Father delves into poetry, paternity, and zoology to understand man’s place
Mike Barrett was born and raised in Chicago. He has degrees from Notre Dame and the University of Illinois at Chicago. A poet, he helped establish the poetry slam. He teaches, coaches, and raises his two sons with his wife, novelist Trudy Lewis, in central Missouri.
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