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Author: Devreaux Baker

Devreaux Baker has published four books of poetry: OUT OF THE BONES OF EARTH (Wild Ocean Press, 2015), Light At The Edge (Pygmy Forest Press, 1993), BEYOND THE CIRCUMSTANCE OF SIGHT (Wild Ocean, 2009), and RED WILLOW PEOPLE (Wild Ocean Press, 2010), the latter awarded the 2011 PEN/Oakland Josephine Miles Poetry Award. Other awards include the 2014 Barbara Mandigo Kelley Poetry Peace Prize from the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, the Women's Global Leadership Poetry Prize, a California Arts Council Award, the Hawaii Council on Humanities International Poetry Prize, and poetry fellowships to the MacDowell Colony, the Hawthornden Castle, and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation. Her work has appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies and she has taught poetry workshops in France, Mexico and the United States, and Poetry in the Schools through the California Poets In Schools Program. She directed the Mendocino Coast Poets Reading Series with funding from the James Irvine Foundation.

out of the bones of earth
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out of the bones of earth

Wild Ocean Press

Poetry. Doren Robins calls Devreaux Baker's new book, "lyrical-emotional meditations on the meaning of existence, family, self-reflection and marriage in time of war and environmental destruction."OUT OF THE BONES OF EARTH is a tapestry of interconn...

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Red Willow People
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Red Willow People

Wild Ocean Press

Poetry. Native American Studies. RED WILLOW PEOPLE is like sacred text from the great spirit, great mother earth, wisdom beyond knowing, Holy Writ. As Cynthia Hogue, author of The Incognito Body and Or Consequence, writes: "One enters Devreaux Baker...

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