GLCA Award Winning Poet Nate Marshall

    Location: Fine Arts Center: Salter Hall
    Date: 03/23/18
    Time: 7:30PM

    Description:

    Award winning Poet, Teacher and Performer; Chicago Native Nate Marshall will grace the stage at Salter Hall.

    Nate is an experienced teaching artist. He has worked with Young Chicago Authors, SouthernWord (Nashville, TN), The Neutral Zone (Ann Arbor, MI), and InsideOut Detroit. He co-wrote Chicago Public School's first literary arts curriculum and has developed a number of lesson plans using creative writing to help participants discuss social justice, mental health, and community development. 

    Nate has taught writing, literature, and history at the college level as a professor and instructor at Northwestern University, Wabash College, and The University of Michigan. He has taught English Composition, Intro to Creative Writing, Reading & Writing Poetry, Intermediate Poetry Workshop, Introduction to Poetry, Introduction to Short Fiction, Enduring Questions (Freshmen Seminar), Multicultural Women Poets, and The History & Politics of Hip-Hop.

    Nate's book Wild Hudreds is the winner of the 2014 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize and he is the recipient of the 2017 GLCA New Writers Award in Poetry.

    Ticket Information: free and open to the public

    For more information please contact:
    Violet Benge
    765.361.6290
    bengev@wabash.edu
    Event ID:43204

    or see http://www.natemarshallpoetry.com/.