First edition. This is the first comprehensive bibliography on American author Kay Boyle. The political active Boyle was one of the so-called "Lost Generation" of American expatriate writers in Europe between the World Wars. She traveled in the literary circles of James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway and Gertrude Stein. She wrote fourteen novels, nine short-story collections, three children's books, five collections of poetry and two collections of essays. The gifted writer was awarded two Guggenheim Fellowships and was a member of the American Academy of Art. The Academy recognized Boyle for her "extraordinary contribution to contemporary American literature over a lifetime of creative work." For Clark Chambers, the author of this bibliography, the challenge of researching this work has been a labor of love for more than ten years. We are proud to add it to our Winchester Bibliographies of 20th Century Writers series. Co-published with St. Paul's Bibliographies.