What's The Hurry?

A chapbook of thirteen poems written in the 1990's. Two of these poems won second prize honors at the Alameda County Fair three years ago. It is free to download, although a payment of 13 cents to either the author or your favorite charity would be appreciated. Before the Civil War, Walt Whitman peddled his poems door to door in Brookly, N.Y. for one penny per poem. More
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About Quentin Baker

I am a retired high school English teacher, married with four grown children and eight grandchildren. I was born in Montana, attended university there, but moved to the SF Bay Area with my wife Jean in 1960. I have written a number of poems and used to attend cafe readings in SF. I have also written short stories, but abandoned an early novel in 1965. I edited a volume of poetry from various San Francisco writers, Poems from the Exit Café. I have also helped two friends self-publish their own books: Michael Hogan, Imperfect Geographies (poetry) and Dr. Mary B. Lane, Our Schools: Frontline for the 21st Century and Democratic Schools for Our Democracy.

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