The Miller Aud-cast | May 07, 2021

Hello and welcome to Miller Aud-cast, Episode 18. In this episode, we feature “These are Examples of Metaphors,” by Marcos Neroy.

Born in Valencia (Spain) in 1983, Neroy is a bilingual writer and Ph.D. Candidate (ABD) of Spanish Literature—with a minor in Creative Writing—at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is currently working towards a PGCE in MFL in Spanish at the University of Durham (UK). Among other distinctions, he is a Fulbright Alumnus and Kohler Alumnus at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery. His work has been featured in several anthologies: the Poetic Republic: Poems to Talk About (2013), Poetics for the More-than-Human World: An Anthology of Poetry & Commentary (Spuytenduyvil, 2020) and From the Inside Out (Meninas Cartoneras, 2021).

For more poetry readings and poetic musicalizations: @marcosneroy
To read his bilingual blog, Cuaderno Americano/American Notebook:

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