Of Words and Water - 2014

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A new collection of short stories, poems and non-fiction from the talented members of the international Words and Water Group. This very high quality work, with topics ranging from a single drop of water to planetary annexation, is donated freely for you to enjoy.

We hope to encourage support of WaterAid; donations, of any amount, can be made on the Group’s JustGiving page. More
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About Jay Howard

Jay currently lives in Somerset, which she considers to be a gem among English counties. She has lived and worked in many places in England, Wales, Alberta and British Columbia. She describes writing as ‘enormously enjoyable and satisfying, but second only to golf in the level of frustration that must be endured to achieve the desired goal’.

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Editor and contributor to Of Words and Water 2013 and Of Words and Water 2014 (short story and poetry collections published in support of WaterAid)

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Reviews of Of Words and Water - 2014 by Jay Howard, Angelica Pangan, Annie Harmon, Barry Gray, Charlton Daines, Elizabeth Los, Gloria Ng, Jaq D. Hawkins, Jason Parent, K.A. Krisko, Kerry Dwyer, Lara Biyuts, Mark Bell, Neel Kay, Rohit Arora, Ryan Stone, Sylvie Nickels, George Gould, Raissa Falgui, & Steve Donoso

Alexes Razevich reviewed on Jan. 31, 2015

I became an Of Words and Water fan with the original anthology published in 2103. The 2014 edition is another great collection of short stories and poems, all raising awareness for and benefiting WaterAid. Standouts stories for me include "The Moon She Miss a Piece," "Damn Rubber Balls," "Moon River," "Finding Mandel," the brilliant "Agoraphobia." The list goes on and on. Whatever your taste, you're sure to find a story or several here to your liking. Do yourself a favor and download this wonderful anthology today.
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Mark Bell reviewed on July 7, 2014

Another fine effort by an international group of writers. Further proof that cooperation among diverse peoples can produce a worthy outcome. Educational as well as entertaining. The reader will be subjected to various viewpoints and cultural experiences that prove that we are after all human and we all carry the same good and bad baggage associated with the human condition. Cudos to all of the authors both new and repeats.
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