John Roman Baker

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John Roman Baker
John Roman Baker (born 1944)[1] is a poet, playwright and novelist mainly associated with the work of Aputheatre (formerly AIDS Positive Underground Theatre). Winner of the Brighton Festival award for Best Theatre in 1990 for his play The Ice Pick. As a playwright his work is characterised by a focus on contemporary issues presented from a homosexual point of view.

Many of his novels have been published by Wilkinson House.


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