This page includes links to interviews and reviews in online and print media
A recent review in DNA magazine (#158) by Graeme Aitken says: "Set in the American Deep South, this is a highly atmospheric and original collection...." and "The opening story 'Shallow Water, Oh Mamma', is exceptionally strong and well-developed." You can read the rest of this review HERE.
"That Dallas ... is an impressively skilled writer is apparent after just the first page of his collection of short travel writing, America Divine (Phosphor Books). By the end of the first piece, ‘Shallow Water, Oh Mamma’, it is evident that he is not only a skilled writer but something of a strange genius." The rest of this review of America Divine: Travels in the Hidden South can be read at the Lambda Literary Review.
Alistair Sutton writes that the anthology When You're a Boy: Other Boys Check You Out "includes beautifully written autobiographical pieces about the angst of growing up gay and the perennial issues one faces to gain acceptance and self-worth, such as in Dallas Baker’s Cherry Blossum Bicycle Crazy." You can read this review HERE.
Interviews and Articles
Here is a downloadable version of an interview with me about Anywhere But Here for SX NEWS.
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Here is a review of America Divine from Goodreads:
Screen Captures of Reader Reviews for Various Books
Anywhere But Here
'The Camping Ground' in Dumped (edited by B. Delores Max)
'Arrythmia' in Bend, Don't Shatter: Poets on the Beginning of Desire (edited by T. Cole Rachel & Rita D. Costello)