William Baker-author

Another Indiana Writer

Publications

 

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

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Shadowed Solitude appeared in The Huffington Post 07/2013:

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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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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