The all-rounder Nate Marshall has found quite a success in his life. From being the winner of Chicago’s Louder Than A Bomb Youth Poetry Festival to being awarded the American Library Association’s award, Black Caucus, he has left a mark in poetry’s history.
Highlighting the journey of Nate, his career flourished when he published the book called Wild Hundreds. Since then, his passion for being an author and poet widened, motivating him to write numerous books. His other books include Blood Percussion (2014), 1989, The Number (2015), and Finna: Poems (2020).
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Moreover, Nate has also edited the book called ‘The BreakBeat Poets: New American Poetry in the Age of Hip-Hop’. Plus, he is the writer of the play, ‘No Blue Memories: The Life of Gwendolyn Brooks’ and the drama named ‘Bruh Rabbit & The Fantastic Telling of Remington Ellis, Esq.’
10 Facts About Nate Marshall
- Nate Marshall has a lot to disclose regarding his life, including early life, education, professional career, personal life, wife, and many more. All this information is yet to be updated in Wikipedia.
- Nate was born in the year 1989 at Roseland Community Hospital, Chicago. As of writing the article, he is 31 years old.
- Nate, being secretive about his childhood life, not much is known, except that he was raised in Chicago’s West Pullman neighborhood. Also, the detail on his family is yet to be revealed.
- According to Networthpost.org, Nate has a net worth of around $300,000.
- For acquiring education, Nate went to Chicago Public School. Later on, he got enrolled at Vanderbilt University. And he received a B.A. in English and African American Diaspora Studies from the University.
- Moreover, Nate holds a degree of Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from The University of Michigan.
- Nate’s journey to becoming a poet began at the age of 12.
- Nate is also a rapper. Among many albums, he launched the album called Grown in 2015.
- Likewise, Nate has also produced the short video titled The Sound of Evanescence (2008).
- Besides his on-stage profession, Nate works at Colorado College as an assistant professor of English. Previously, he served at Young Chicago Authors as Director of National Programs. Plus, Nate is a member of The Dark Noise Collective.