Jesse Nathan's poems have been published in jubilat, the Nation, the American Poetry Review, Gigantic, and many other magazines. He is author of a chapbook of poems, Dinner (Milk Machine, 2009). Nathan's essays and journalism have appeared in Adbusters, the San Francisco Chronicle, Tin House, Poetry International, McSweeney's, theBeliever, and elsewhere.
Nathan is an editor at McSweeney's, and for several years was managing editor of the Best American Nonrequired Reading. A founding editor of the McSweeney's Poetry Series, he is working on a PhD in English Literature at Stanford. He lives in San Fransisco.
Find out more at www.jessenathan.com
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