by George J. Dance
Ken Taylor (born 1930) is an Australian poet.
Taylor was born in Ballarat, Victoria. He trained and worked as a journalist, joining the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 1962. In 1965 he won a Harkness Fellowship to study in the United States, where he studied literature at Cornell University.
- Two Poets (with Kris Hemensley). [s.l.: s.n.], .
- At Valentines: Poems 1966-1969. Melbourne: Contempa Publications, 1975.
- A Secret Australia: Selected and new poems. Melbourne: Rigmorale Books, 1985.
- Africa. Wollongong: Five Islands Press, 2000.
Except where noted, bibliographical information courtesy the Australian Poetry Library. 
- Ken Taylor in the Oxford Companion to Australian Literature.
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