Nathan Brown (poet)
Brown in 2013
|Occupation||Poet, Author, Singer-Songwriter|
|Notable awards||2009 Oklahoma Book Award|
Nathan Brown is a poet, author, singer-songwriter, and the former Oklahoma Poet Laureate (from 2013 to 2014) who hails now from Wimberley, Texas, a small town in the Hill Country, just outside of Austin.
Though born in Longview, Texas in 1965, his family moved to Norman, Oklahoma in January of 1970, where he grew up and lived most of his life. He has always considered Norman his hometown, and Oklahoma his home state.
- To Sing Hallucinated: First Thoughts on Last Words (2015)
- Oklahoma Poems, and Their Poets (2014)
- Less Is More, More or Less (2013)
- Karma Crisis:New and Selected Poems (2012)
- Letters to the One-Armed Poet: A Memoir of Friendship, Loss, and Butternut Squash Ravioli (2011)
- My Sideways Heart (2010)
- Two Tables Over (2008)
- Not Exactly Job (2007)
- Ashes over the Southwest (2005)
- Suffer the Little Voices (2005)
- Hobson's Choice (2002)
- Gypsy Moon
- Driftin' Away
- What does this have to do with anything?
- The Why in the Road
- "Nathan Brown Appointed Oklahoma Poet Laureate | Oklahoma Humanities Council". Okhumanities.org. 2012-12-18. Retrieved 2014-01-29.
- Giving Poetry Another Chance (This Land Press)
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