In grade school, Michellan “Mich” Alagao first stumbled on poetry, a space where she could experiment with words. Today she delights in finding authors with strong voices and deep faith as acquisitions and book editor at OMF Literature in the Philippines. We asked the 36-year-old poet and author to describe how her faith intersects with
Join us in this prayer for creating words of hope and healing in 2019: “Lord of all things, whose wondrous gifts to us Include the shining symbols known as words, Grant that we may use their mighty power Only for God. Help us pass on Small fragments of Your wisdom, truth and love, Teach us
Author Samy Maarouf of Lebanon often gets inspired by his frequent talks with inmates. “I hear a lot of tragedies and true stories,” he said. In the last five years, five of his novels have been published, including an e-book that was posted online chapter by chapter. His second novel, The Lost Dances, (Dar Al
This poem by Christina Jones won first place in our LittWorld 2018 writing contest. Judges commented, “This piece has a strong spiritual, emotional and intellectual impact, and is very creative and well-structured. It deals with a deep emotional problem that many readers can identify with. A fresh view on God’s life-changing, resurrection power.” Participants were
This poem by Joshua Fitzhugh won third place in our LittWorld 2018 writing contest. Judges commented, “Short, evocative and impactful piece. Assured writing, excellent command of language,” and “There is a lot of hidden passion for God that’s contagious.” Participants were invited to submit an original piece of writing that helps readers see the truth
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