Charles Baxter

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American author of fiction, nonfiction and poetry

Charles Baxter on KCRW

Charles Baxter examines the elements of virtue and vice in his new collection of short stories.

Charles Baxter: There's Something I Want You to Do

Charles Baxter examines the elements of virtue and vice in his new collection of short stories.

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