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TUSR editor joins talk radio as weekly correspondent

Kay B. Day will join ‘The Cindy Graves Show’ on WBOB AM (Jacksonville, Fla.) as a weekly correspondent. Day will report each Thursday on trending topics and breaking news.

Editor and founder of The US Report, Day covers politics and culture on the independent blog.

Day is the author of four books; her poems, articles and stories are included in anthologies and textbooks. Day was a long-time columnist for The Writer, the nation’s oldest trade magazine for the profession. She has published work in newspapers and magazines and on websites at regional and national levels.

She has also addressed numerous groups on the topics of poetry, writing and politics.

Her daily column at The US Report is syndicated by Newstex.

Day has won awards for poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Her work has been featured on public radio. Day holds membership in the Authors Guild and the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

The show is hosted by Cindy Graves and produced by Alexander Pantinakis.

Graves is active in Republican politics; she is also president of the Florida Federation of Republican Women.

‘The Cindy Graves Show’ airs weekdays from 12 noon-1 p.m. on WBOB AM 600, and the show also livestreams online at wbobradio.com.

 (News Release/Kay B. Day/March 6, 2013)

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