William Baker-author

Another Indiana Writer



What The Man Says appeared in Southern Cross Review in 04/2013.



Shadowed Solitude appeared in The Huffington Post 07/2013:



The Last First Friday  and Author Bio  appeared in Literally Stories 02/05/2016:



Columbus Day  in Indiana Voice Journal 04/05/2016.



The Yard Sale Bandit  in Short Fiction Break in May 15, 2016.



Excerpt from A Young Man From Back East is in MidAmerican Fiction and Photography June 2016

Edge of the wood-Edward Potthast - Univ Club of Cincy 1903


Shadowed Solitude is republished by Literally Stories April 22, 2016.



The Yard Sale Bandit is republished online and in print by 1932 Quarterly December 2017





Suite for Septet. Published 10-15-2020 in October Hill Magazine.

One thought on “Publications

  1. Congrats on getting published. I know how hard it is out there and I remember how it felt the first time I was published. I look forward to following your continued pursuit of publishing.


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