DoveTales Literary Journal

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Coming August 1st, 2019


DoveTales, An International Journal of The Arts

Since 2013, Writing for Peace has published six beautiful print journals. Now, DoveTales is going online. We will publish two issues per year, on February 1st and August 1st.

The first online DoveTales launches on August 1st, 2019, and includes our Young Writers Contest Winners. Our Guest Editor is Writing for Peace Adviser Patricia Jabbeh Wesley, and she has chosen the beautiful theme “One World, One People.”

The second edition will be published on February 1st, 2020. Our guest editor is Writing for Peace Adviser Robert Kostuck. The theme is to be announced. Reading period will open  on August 1st, 2019, and  close on November 1st, 2019.

DoveTales, An International Journal of the Arts is an extension of our mission to promote writing that explores the many aspects of peace.  Our goal is to expose young writers to a diverse collection of thoughtful works by our advisers, established, and emerging writers.

DoveTales includes art and photography, as well as poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, occasionally including interviews with writers and individuals working to promote peace through environmental, human rights, and  social justice activism.


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4 Responses to DoveTales Literary Journal

  1. MsAuhhod says:

    I am waiting to read them :)

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  3. Dear Carmel Mawle et al,

    Thank you so much for the new “Empathy” issue. I am surprised and humbled to see my photo as the cover of this year’s issue. Thank you so much.

    I am so pleased to be a part of your noble effort. The book arrived yesterday, but already I am enjoying the excellent editorial choices.

    Thanks again.

    Christopher Woods

    Chappell Hill, Texas
    Gallery -

    • admin says:

      Dear Christopher,

      Your photographs are all beautiful, but the cover photo is the perfect image of the ever widening embrace. Thank you so much for sharing your work with us!

      With appreciation,
      Carmel Mawle and the Writing for Peace Board of Directors

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