Cowboy poet Baxter Blackby Tom Crann, Minnesota Public Radio
Baxter Black has been described as the nation's most successful living poet. And he may be the most famous cowboy since Yosemite Sam. Black maintains that, in spite of e-mail and cell phones and digital technology, there will always be a need for someone who can "think stuff up." The former veterinarian stopped by All Things Considered and spoke with host Tom Crann.