Nate Klug

Nate Klug is the author of Rude Woods, a modern translation of Virgil’s Eclogues (The Song Cave, 2013), and Anyone, a book of poems (The University of Chicago Press, 2015).
His writing has been supported by fellowships from the James Merrill House, the MacDowell Colony, and the Poetry Foundation.
He works as a Congregationalist minister and has served churches in Connecticut, Iowa, and California.

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  1. […] Nate Klug lives and works in Albany, California where he moved four years ago. At present he is finishing a new book of poems. He is a self-described slow writer who tends to produce a few poems per season. For him, the process of creating a manuscript is quite long. Poems usually begin for Klug with a phrase or two that pop into his head. From there he follows “the trail of sounds” as they unfold into a poem. Klug works as a Congregational Minister. To hear more about Klug’s work, his process of creating both poetry and sermons, and some live readings by the poet himself, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Nate Klug lives and works in Albany, California where he moved four years ago. At present he is finishing a new book of poems. He is a self-described slow writer who tends to produce a few poems per season. For him, the process of creating a manuscript is quite long. Poems usually begin for Klug with a phrase or two that pop into his head. From there he follows “the trail of sounds” as they unfold into a poem. Klug works as a Congregational Minister. To hear more about Klug’s work, his process of creating both poetry and sermons, and some live readings by the poet himself, listen to the complete interview. […]