David Baker

329 Summit StreetGranville, OH 43023-9693
Phone: 
740-587-3151
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Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

After the Reunion
(University of Arkansas Press,
1994)
Changeable Thunder
(University of Arkansas Press,
2001)
Truth About Small Towns
(University of Arkansas Press,
1998)
Midwest Eclogue
(Norton,
2005)
Never-Ending Birds
(Norton,
2009)

Journal

Atlantic Monthly
2014)
The New Yorker
2014)
Poetry
2014)
The Nation
2014)
Yale Review
2014)
Kenyon Review
2014)

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Adults
Born in: 
Bangor, ME
Raised in: 
Jefferson City, MO

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Listing last updated: May 28, 2009.

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