Novelist, short story writer, children's author, broadcaster, and playwright, Kent Baker has taught writing and literature at universities and colleges in both Canada and the U.S. Kent, who has had a variety of creative work published or produced, is currently working on a variety of creative projects.
An MFA graduate of the Iowa Writers Workshop, Kent also has an Iowa MA in 19th Century English Literature, and a BA in Literature and Theatre from the University of Connecticut. His radio plays and satire were a feature of CBC radio in the 1970s.Publications
A Man Wanders Sometimes, Toronto, Stoddart Publishing, 1989, Paper, Anansi Press, 1992
Finster Frets. Toronto, Oxford University Press, 1992. Re-released Spring 1994 with audio tape: Don Herron Reading.
"Country Boy" in Ampersand, 1974, Peoria, Illinois.
Excerpt from novel Primal Quilt in Glymph, 1974, New York, New York.
"Assumptions" in Northeast Review (special experimental fiction issue), 1974, La Crosse, Wisconsin.
"A Modern Grammar" in The Bennington Review, 1970, Bennington, Vermont.
Chances. CBC's Audio Stage, 1978, Halifax.
Mildred. CBC radio's Anthology, 1978, Toronto.
A Separate Strength. CBC Stage, 1976, Toronto.
A Change in Course. CBC's Audio Stage, 1976, Halifax.