Jesse Nathan's poems appear in the New York Review of Books, the Paris Review, The Nation, the Kenyon Review, BOMB, and elsewhere. His first collection, Eggtooth, was acquired by Peter Campion for Unbound Edition Press, and published in September 2023 with a foreword by Robert Hass. Nathan's criticism been published in the Threepenny Review and Tin House, and he contributes essays to the New York Times. His critical essay "Question, Answer" was published in the anthology After Identity (Penn State University Press, 2016), which Felipe Hinojosa called "an important book for anyone interested in the debates around culture, identity, and writing in the United States and Canada." His translations from the Popol Vuh, made with Juan Coy and Josué Coy Dick, have been published in Poetry, and featured on the magazine's podcast, in which the translators were interviewed by Srikanth Reddy. Nathan was a founding editor of the McSweeney's Poetry Series. He interviews contemporary poets, and writes about their work, in the online series "Short Conversations with Poets," published by McSweeney's. Nathan is at work on a book of critical prose about form and disjunction in modern poetry.