Words Without Borders has dedicated the month of January to a discussion of Zbigniew Herbert and the recently published Collected Poems: 1956-1998 (which will be coming out in paperback next month). So far, features include an introductory essay by James Marcus and an interview between Cynthia Haven and Peter Dale Scott. Other notable writers/poets/translators such as Anna Frajlich, Andrzej Franaszek, William Martin, and Alissa Valles will contribute over the course of the month. I'm so pleased that the spotlight remains bright on Herbert since the publication of his Collected. If you haven't yet familiarized yourself with this great poet, here's a wonderful opportunity.