Poets' signatures found in library's 'Inferno'
Another One Of Those "Lookie What We Foun!" stories, this time from The Santa Fe New Mexican. A copy of The Inferno of Dante translated by former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky turned up at the main branch of the Santa Fe Public Library, its title page adorned with his signature as well as three others.
This one isn't worth a fortune, but it's a neat find.