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Airmail: A Story of War in Poems

Kathleen Patrick

AIRMAIL: A Story of War in Poems, is a book about families and war. It is about saying goodbye on the front porch and staying connected through airmail letters written by the soldiers and those at home who love them. This remarkable story is true. It brings into focus the fact that wars, past and present, affect everyone involved; those going off to war and those left behind.

It is available in eBook, paperback, and audiobook editions. The reader can experience the power of the words on the page, or listen as the author reads a powerful and emotional rendition.

Kathleen Patrick’s work has received awards from The Academy of American Poets, The Loft McKnight Foundation, and The Jerome Foundation. She lives in Minnesota and enjoys reading, traveling and watching college basketball. She was once the hula hoop champion of Osceola County

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