Then Come Back: The Lost Neruda will compile never-before-seen poems from Pablo Neruda’s archives. “Forrest Gander, the Brown University professor who translated the poems into English, likens the discovery to finding a trove of new sketches by Michelangelo.” Visit Neruda’s home with Luke Epplin.
"Anyone reading my fiction would never guess how seriously I take food." Extra Crispy has an interview with Junot Díaz about his diet, with particular attention given to breakfast: "I split my time between two cities so when I’m in Boston there’s a Dominican restaurant called Merengue that serves the classic Dominican breakfast of mangú, fried egg, and fried salami. I leave off the fried cheese because well, damn." If you're hungry for more, might we also suggest our own Nick Ripatrazone's ode to the day's first meal, as it figures in both literature and life.