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DoveTales 2019 Anthology: One World, One People

Book Description:
Our 2019 DoveTales Anthology: One World, One People is 240 pages of thought-provoking, enlightening, and inspiring poetry and prose, art and photography. One World, One People, collects all the work published in August in our first online DoveTales. Guest Edited by Patricia Jabbeh Wesley, Ph.D., the book includes Writing for Peace advisers, Young Writers Contest Winners, Liberian Young Scholars, and prominent contributors from all across the globe.

Purchase One World, One People Here!

Other Writing for Peace Titles:

DoveTales 2018, Empathy in Art: Embracing The Other

DoveTales 2017, Refugees and the Displaced

DoveTales 2016, Family and Cultural Identity

DoveTales 2015, Nature

DoveTales 2014, Contrast

DoveTales 2013, Occupied

 

W4P Book Reviews: Recommended Reading

My Name is Immigrant | Paperback
Wang Ping
releases May 4, 2020

“Many flee repression, ethnic cleansing, drug wars, and genocide. Wang’s messages in the Cockle Pickers poems is that we should remember that migration is not an anomaly but an ongoing crisis. Can we open our arms, even a little, even for a short span of time? Can we practice acknowledgement, acceptance, and respect? Can we open our hearts? Can we share? We can. We will.” ~Writing for Peace Adviser, Robert Kostuck

 Ndn: the words of a little hawk | Paperback
Elaine Gerard | Kevin Cline

“Would that others take a lesson from this highly recommended work, looking within themselves to discover who they really are.”

~Writing for Peace Adviser, Robert Kostuck

 

Writing for Peace has partnered with Poetic Justice Books to connect our readers to books that educate, inspire, and challenge.  We’ll keep you posted as our list of recommended books grows. You can search for all your book needs at Poetic Justice Books and Art, an Independent Book Store, publisher, and fierce advocate of independent writers and artists based in Port St Lucie, Florida. When you click on the below link to purchase your books, a portion of the proceeds will come back to support our mission, including future Young Writers Contests, DoveTales, and other Writing for Peace publications.

  • Published by Writing for Peace Since 2013 to educate, inspire, and challenge us.

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  2. Michael Meteyer

    I would like to purchase two copies of the Empathy in Art edition, and one of the Occupied edition. How can I do this?

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    1. admin Post author

      Thank you for your question, Michael! The links to purchase those books were a little hard to find. I’ve added them to the page, so it should work now. Please let us know if you have any further problems. Thanks for your purchase!

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