Native American Authors


Marie Annharte Baker , 1942-


Anishinabe

Marie Annharte Baker is a poet and essayist whose work has been published in Semiotexte. Baker is working as an apprentice storyteller and hopes to form a storyteller theater. She is also working on a new book of poetry, Blueberry Canoe. Her interests include the writings of women of color , street poetry, and rap. Baker is the co-founder of the Regina Aboriginal Writers Group. She currently resides in Regina.

 

Online resources by or about Marie Annharte Baker:

Amazon.com talks to Marie Annharte Baker
Author: Amazon.com
Type: authorbio
Description: An interview with Marie Annharte Baker.
URL: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/show-interview/b-m-akerarieannharte/

Books by Marie Annharte Baker:

Baker, Marie Annharte. Being on the moon
Winlaw, B.C. : Polestar, 1990.
Genre: Poetry
Audience: Adult

Baker, Marie Annharte. Coyote Columbus Cafe
Winnepeg : Moonprint, 1994.
Genre: Poetry
Audience: Adult


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