|Notable works||A Hard Witching, The Horseman's Graves, The Broken Hours|
Jacqueline Baker is a Canadian writer. Originally from the Sand Hills region of southwestern Saskatchewan, she studied creative writing at the University of Victoria and the University of Alberta.
Her debut short story collection, A Hard Witching, was published in 2003. It was shortlisted for that year's Writers' Trust Fiction Prize, and won the Danuta Gleed Literary Award and the Alberta Book Award for short fiction.
- Baker at MacEwan University
- "Reaching out for connections". Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, March 22, 2003.
- "A crash course in storytelling: If you have to ask, you'll never know". Ottawa Citizen, February 9, 2003.
- "Literary awards announce finalists". The Globe and Mail, February 4, 2004.
- "Best first; Gulf scribe; killer babes". Vancouver Sun, June 5, 2004.
- "Calgary author collects second book prize". Calgary Herald, April 18, 2004.
- "Bewitched". Quill & Quire, Fall 2007.
- "Haunting a master of horror; Novelist built her tale around the final days of H.P. Lovecraft". Edmonton Journal, September 19, 2014.
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