Richard Baker, full name: L. Richard Baker III, grew up on the Jersey shore before graduating from Virginia Tech University. At some point he joined the Navy and was stationed in Virginia, Rhode Island, and Louisiana. He has previously worked for TSR, Inc., but now works for Wizards of the Coast as an author and game designer. Rich currently lives in Pacific, Washington, with his wife, Kim, and two daughters, Alex and Hannah.
- The City of Ravens Book 1 (December 2000)
E-Book following the events in The City of Ravens Edit
- Prince of Ravens (July 2012)
- Condemnation Book 3 (May 2003)
- "The King in Copper" - Realms of the Dead (January 2010)
- Player's Option: Spells & Magic (1996)
- Unapproachable East (sourcebook) (May 2003)
- Player's Guide to Faerûn (March 2004)
- Complete Arcane (November 2004)
- Lost Empires of Faerûn (February 2005)
- Lords of Madness: The Book of Aberrations (April 2005)
- Stormwrack (August 2005)
- Magic of Incarnum (September 2005)
- Manual of the Planes 4th edition (December 2008)
- Divine Power (July 2009)
- Martial Power 2 (February 2010)
- "Countdown to the Realms: Year of the Ageless One", Dragon magazine 362 (December 2007)
- "The Purple Halls", Dragon magazine 362 (December 2007)
- "The Cavern of Death", Dragon magazine 362 (December 2007)
- "The Tribes of Thar", Dragon magazine 362 (December 2007)
- Steve Kenson (June 1999). “ProFiles: Richard Baker”. In Dave Gross ed. Dragon #260 (TSR, Inc.), p. 112.
- Matt Chapman (2017-10-31). The Art of Storytelling (Web). In Matt Chapman, Bart Carroll eds. Dragon+ 16. Wizards of the Coast. p. 7. Retrieved on 2018-05-23.