Bill Bauer (poet)
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|Born||William Alfred Bauer|
May 10, 1932
|Died||June 12, 2010|
|Occupation||poet, short story writer, university professor|
|Notable works||Cornet Music for Plupy Shute, Everett Coogler, The Terrible Word|
William Alfred (Bill) Bauer (May 10, 1932 - June 12, 2010) was an American-Canadian writer. Born in Portland, Maine and raised in Auburn, he moved to New Brunswick in 1965 to accept a professorship at the University of New Brunswick.
He was a professor at the University of New Brunswick until his retirement in 1994, teaching courses in William Shakespeare, Canadian literature, Maritime literature and creative writing. He published numerous collections of poetry, including Cornet Music for Plupy Shute (1968), Everett Coogler (1971), The Terrible Word (1978) and The Unsnarling String (1983), as well as a short story collection, Family Album (1979).
- 1968:Cornet Music for Plupy Shute
- 1971:Everett Coogler
- 1978:The Terrible Word
- 1979:Family Album
- 1983:The Unsnarling String