The Light Of Christmas Eve

December 13, 2017 by Robert (Bob) W. Jones

Christmas Eve 2012 was nearly two years to the date since Craig returned from the battlefield. He had been in an unexpected war with himself ever since.

PTSD — four letters that fettered him to the past. A deeply inner trauma — invisible to unsuspecting eyes — that is devastating to those who see the broken... Click to continue reading

Understanding Hate Speech in Canada

December 6, 2017 by Evan Braun

Word Alive Press is in the business of publishing words—many, many words—and these words are used to communicate a huge variety of stories, thoughts, and opinions... Click to continue reading

Writing Prompt: Christmas Memories

December 5, 2017 by Word Alive Press

Write a short story about one of your fondest Christmas memories.

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Author Spotlight: Ruby (Heppner) Wiebe

December 4, 2017 by Ruby (Heppner) Wiebe

I was born the youngest of thirteen children and raised on a variety of farms. At the age of nine, my parents purchased a farm of their own and life became a little more settled... Click to continue reading

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