David Baker

David Baker is the Poetry Editor of the Kenyon Review. He is the author of fourteen books, including his most recent collection of poetry, Never-Ending Birds. He is a Professor of English at Denison University.


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“Which Is Me”

FOR MORE THAN 40 years, Ellen Bryant Voigt has proven herself to be one of poetry’s technical masters. “Most of ...

“Which Is Me”
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