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Books by Kay B. Day
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A Poetry Break

—Collection of sonnets and free verse; award-winning verse. Includes poems presented for Florida Poets Arrive at The US Library of Congress. Florida Writers Association Award, nominee for best poetry book, Southeastern Booksellers and other awards. Introduction by Ruth Daigon. Published by Ocean Publishing, 2004.

Killing Earl
—Memoir of a family’s unexpected move and a teen daughter’s mystery illness. Early activist for patient advocacy; tips on navigating healthcare maze. Award-winning nonfiction. Introduction by Dr. John V. Campo. Published by Ocean Publishing, 2005.



Anthologies with work by Kay B. Day
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Faces of Freedom
—Profiles of America’s fallen warriors. An essay about a soldier from each US state and US territories. Hardcover. Edited by Rebecca Pepin. Distinguished journalists from across the country contributed stories in this book projected to raise $200,000 for charities benefiting America’s military troops and families. Published by Wentworth, 2007.

The Writer’s Handbook
—A practical anthology of best advice for craft and career for writers. Written by top writers. Edited by Philip Martin. Preface by Ted Kooser, former US Poet Laureate. Scarletta Press, 2008.

Letters to the World
—Poems from the Wom-Po Listserv. A collection of poems from participants in a top tier poetry workshop online. Preface by Annie Finch; edited by Moira Richards, Rosemary Starace and Lesley Wheeler. Red Hen Press, 2008.