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In The Printer’s Hands

The good news is our DoveTales print anthology is finished, and it’s beautiful240 pages of thought-provoking, enlightening, and inspiring poetry and prose, art and photography.  Our 2019 DoveTales Anthology, 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 advisers, Young Writers Contest Winners, Liberian Young Scholars, and prominent contributors from all across the globe.

The not-so-good news is we have to wait a little longer before the anthology is available for purchase. It’s in the printer’s hands and we hope it will be ready by the end of the week. Unfortunately, it may not make it to your holiday wrapping table in time to be included with your other wonderful gifts. We will let you know as soon as the books can be ordered. Until then, feel free to print and include the above image in a gift card with the promise of the anthology to come. We’re sorry the books weren’t ready sooner, but they are definitely worth the wait!

Wishing you all a glorious holiday season, and hoping the winter weather and current events are conducive to words on the page. Keep on writing for peace.

Carmel, and all of us at Writing for Peace

Carmel Mawle is founder of the nonprofit literary organization, Writing for Peace, and has served as Editor-in-Chief of DoveTales, An International Journal of the Arts, since 2013. A Pushcart Nominee, her short stories, essays and poetry have been published in literary journals and anthologies, including Smokelong Quarterly and Shake the Tree Anthology.

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