(Alfred) Joyce, 1886–1918, U.S. poet and journalist.
Contemporary Examples

As his top billing winds down, “Governor Kilmer” must have a nice ring to it.
Val Kilmer for Governor? Lloyd Grove May 10, 2009

Eventually, she suggested filming Kilmer reading the script.
Jack Kilmer on His Breakout Role in ‘Palo Alto’ and Life as Val Kilmer’s Son Melissa Leon May 8, 2014

Kilmer has been serious about this, and the powers that be in Santa Fe have been taking it seriously.
Val Kilmer for Governor? Lloyd Grove May 10, 2009

Kilmer plays shy Teddy, and Nat Wolff his out-of-control friend, Fred.
The Next Great Coppola Caryn James May 6, 2014

McMahon, of course, has been closely advising Kilmer as he contemplates a future in politics.
Val Kilmer for Governor? Lloyd Grove May 10, 2009

Historical Examples

Mr. Huneker went to the trouble of looking up Kilmer to thank him very simply for his praise.
Turns about Town Robert Cortes Holliday

As journalist and lecturer Kilmer was copious and enthusiastic rather than deep.
Pipefuls Christopher Morley

One friend at the news of Kilmer’s death was reminded of his poem, “Main Street.”
Winning a Cause John Gilbert Thompson and Inez Bigwood

A kind of Kilmer cult grew apace; he had his followers and his devotees.
Pipefuls Christopher Morley

The date of Kilmer’s death has not been exactly established.
The Circus, and Other Essays and Fugitive Pieces Joyce Kilmer

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