Harry's poetry has appeared in many publications and anthologies in the U.S. as well as Ireland and Scotland. He was selected by Matthew Dickman for inclusion in the University of Virginia's annual anthology, Best New Poets (2012), and his poems have won a number of awards, including the 2008 New Millenium Writings Award and the 2015 Milton Kessler Award from Harpur Palate magazine. His poems have been reprinted on both Verse Daily and Poetry Daily and been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He was selected as the 2017 Passager Poet and his recent collection from Passager is titled The Uncorrected Eye.
The uncorrected eye (published September, 2018)
"Like the woodpecker in this collection's first poem, Bauld pecks away in a 'paradiddle of discovery,' a jazz take on the joy and pain of contemporary life as he observes it. Fathers and sons, fading youth, marriage, learning Spanish, Basquiat, the teachings of nuns, the lives of monks comprise only some of the objects of his roving imagination. The Uncorrected Eye gives us a fresh view of life with new and bracing insights."
– Jo Sarzotti, author of Mother Desert
on "science section"
"The juxtaposed vastness of infinity with the intimacy of two people in a quaint cafe, and the reader being privy to the speaker's private thoughts, makes the poem feel genuine and not jaded, wry, snide, or highfalutin."
– Sri Siddhi N. Upadhayay, Poetry Editor, Harpur Palate
on "late round" and "boxer"
"Harry Bauld's 'Late Round' and 'Boxer' are fierce, melancholy lyric poems about the pain and joy of giving your all to a sport that destroys your body."
– Jendi Reiter, vice president of Winning Writers