The war in Ukraine has aroused strong feeling and our latest pamphlet, Now Ukraine, contains many different responses to the war. £6 plus £1.30 p&p
Mourning Our Planet?
Mourning Our Planet? came out in conjunction with COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow. The conference discussed many things, but war and the arms trade were not on the agenda. £5 plus £1.30 p&p
The Question in a Poppy
The Question in a Poppy features poems and prose about World War Two by Dove Tales members. £5 plus £1.20 post and packaging.
Bridges or Walls?
Bridges or Walls? This is not just a question, it is a choice, a choice we all face. We live in an era of unprecedented instability, with 70.8 million people on the move in the world today, more than at any time since the Second World War. Where are they supposed to go? And what are we supposed to do? Build a wall against them. Or do we build bridges, come together to find solutions that are fair to everyone - and mean everyone has a home? £7 plus £1.50 p&p
A Kind of Stupidity
A Kind of Stupidity, published by Vagabond Voices, is an anthology of poetry and prose on the subject of war. It features members of Dove Tales, but also many writers who have shared their work simply because they care about the same issues that we do. he book, as you'll see from the cover above, is beautiful. It's also challenging, moving and exciting. Novelist James Robertson said: We think we are powerless in the face of war, violence and destruction, but we are not. If enough of us speak out for peace, justice and understanding, as the poems and stories in this anthology do, then we can change the world for the better. James Robertson, 2018.
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