Competition: US & Canada
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1933–34:
BOYLE, KAY: Appointed for creative writing, abroad; tenure, twelve months from May 15, 1934.
Born February 19, 1903, at St. Paul, Minnesota. Education: Columbia University, 1921–22.
Publications: Short Stories, 1929; Wedding Day and Other Stories, 1930; Plagued by the Nightingale, 1931; Year before Last, 1932; A Statement, 1932; The First Lover and Other Stories, 1933. Translator of Mr. Knife and Miss Fork, 1930; Don Juan, 1931; The Devil in the Flesh, 1932. Short stories and poems in Poetry, The Forum, Broom, This Quarter, The London Calendar, transition, Nation, Scribner’s Magazine, Harper’s Magazine, Vanity Fair, Hound & Horn, New Yorker, Yale Review, American Mercury, Criterion, Harper’s Bazaar, Story, Comment, Contempo. Contributor to The American Caravan, Best Short Stories, O. Henry Memorial Prize Award Short Stories.