Key Notes: A Collection of Essays

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AuthorHouse, Jan 23, 2009 - Literary Collections - 232 pages
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A collection of essays first published in the Herald-Progress and Skirt!, Key Notes offers "slice of life" observations from one woman's perspective as she struggles to balance her roles as "preacher's kid," wife, mother, nature lover, career person, and artist.  Written from May, 2001 through August, 2003, these essays also spotlight the human capacity for infinite love and compassion against the dark backdrop of self-inflicted misery epitomized by the events of September 11, 2001.

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About the author (2009)

Carolyn Orser Key was born in Richmond, VA, attended the College of William and Mary and holds a B.A. degree in Sociology from Northwestern University.  A published poet, novelist, and essayist, her work has appeared in the Herald-Progress, Skirt! magazine, the Piedmont Literary Review, and several collegiate journals.  She lives in Doswell, Virginia, with her husband, Michael.

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