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POETRY: Bill Baker says people these days seldom develop their identities or “poetic traits.”   David Briggs

William Radcliffe Baker is a poet and playwright who lives in San Francisco. I met him soon after I arrived in the Bay Area, and it is always a delight to visit him. I can remember hearing him read poetry aloud with my old Marshall neighbor Paul Fenn, thinking, “Wow, there is a world in which men read . . .

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