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Aimée Baker

80 pages
University of Akron Press

Winner of the 2018 Eugene Paul Nassar Poetry Prize

Doe began as author Aimée Baker's attempt to understand and process the news coverage of a single unidentified woman whose body was thrown from a car leaving Phoenix, Arizona. It soon grew into a seven-year-long project with the goal to document, mourn, and witness the stories of missing and unidentified women in the United States.

Author Bio
Aimée Baker is a multi-genre writer with work appearing in The Southern Review, Gulf Coast, Guernica, The Massachusetts Review, and others. In 2014, she was awarded the Zoland Poetry Fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center. Baker received her MFA from Arizona State University. She lives in upstate New York and teaches as a lecturer at SUNY Plattsburgh, where she also serves as fiction editor for Saranac Review.