Mildred Leake Day

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Mildred Leake Day is a scholar of literature in the Latin language about the legendary King Arthur. She has resided in Gardendale and was editor of the newsletter Quondam et Futurus.

Day is an independent scholar who has published several noted translations of medieval Latin texts about King Arthur.


The following works were written, translated, or edited by Mildred Leake Day.

  • Latin Arthurian Literature. Edited and translated by Mildred Leake Day. Rochester, N.Y.: Boydell & Brewer, 8 December 2005. ISBN 9781843840640
  • Day, Mildred Leake. "Joseph Campbell and the Power of Arthurian Myth." In Popular Arthurian Traditions, edited by Sally K. Slocum. (Madison, Wis.: Popular Press, 1992): pp. 80-84. ISBN 9780879725624
  • Day, Mildred Leake. "Foreword" to Gawain: Knight of the Goddess - Restoring an Archetype by John Matthews. New York: HarperCollins, 1990. ISBN 9780850307832
  • Lagorio, Valerie M. King Arthur through the Ages. Edited by Mildred Leake Day. Garland Publications, 1990. ISBN 9780824071448
  • The story of Meriadoc, King of Cambria (Historia Meriadoci, Regis Cambrie). Edited and translated by Mildred Leake Day. New York: Garland Pub., 1988. ISBN 9780824084790
  • The rise of Gawain, nephew of Arthur (De ortu Waluuanii nepotis Arturi). Edited and translated by Mildred Leake Day. New York: Garland Pub., 1984. ISBN 9780824094232