On this episode, Diannely breaks bread with poet, father, and chef extraordinaire Nathan McClain and they talk about english muffins, memory, and John Murillo.

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Nathan McClain (he/him) is the author of Previously Owned (2022), longlisted for the 2023 Massachusetts Book Award, and Scale (2017), both from Four Way Books. A Cave Canem fellow, Nathan teaches at Hampshire College and serves as poetry editor of the Massachusetts Review.

Guest: Nathan McClain, IG: @nathanhmcclain, Twitter: @nathanhmcclain, Website: nathanmcclain.com, Book: Previously Owned

Poem(s) discussed: “Mercy, Mercy Me” by John Murillo & “Multiple Choice” by Nathan McClain

Podcast Website: bread-poetry.simplecast.com
Instagram: @breadandpoetrypodcast
Twitter: @breadpoetrypod
Production: Kula Production Company
Photo Credit: Najee Brown @authoredby
Theme Music: Stu Dias @stuartdiasplaysmusicsometimes

To find an archive of the Gluten Free Segment: Writing Prompts, click here.

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This podcast is also sponsored in part by The Academy of American poets with funds from the Mellon Foundation.

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