Monthly Archives: April 2018

Using Fiction to Make a Difference, By C. Hope Clark

Using Fiction to Make a Difference By C. Hope Clark  Writing for peace . . . writing for any cause . . . usually comes in the form of nonfiction. The narrative essay, the journalism piece, the academic study. These … Continue reading

Posted in Guest Contributors | Tagged | 4 Comments

In Memoriam, Sam Hamill (1943-2018)

In Memoriam, Sam Hamill (1943-2018) By Carmel Mawle Sam once told me that he thought I’d move away from writing prose. Our flights had been delayed after his reading in New York, and he’d seen a short verse I’d written … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | 1 Comment

Speak Out for the Right Reasons, by Kira Marshall-McKelvey

“When we’re constantly feeling good about ourselves, putting our altruism on our CVs, how selfless an act is it really?” Speak Out for the Right Reasons By Kira Marshall-McKelvey I am a member of Colorado State University Speakout! program, a … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment