2013 anthology

WaterAid - High Resolution - Ebook - Under 2mbWater. Many of us take it for granted. With the turn of a faucet, an endless supply runs across our hands, douses our face, fills our pots, kettles, tubs and swimming pools. We depend on the life-sustaining qualities of water for everything from the essential to the mundane, to refresh our bodies and replenish our thirst, to clean ourselves, our clothes, our automobiles and even to maintain our lawns. For us, the fortunate ones, safe water and sanitation is an integral part of our daily lives. Could we survive without it?
Roughly one in ten of the world’s population do not have access to safe water. Two in five people do not have access to adequate sanitation. WaterAid is working to change that. Since 1981, the international non-profit organization has been transforming lives by helping the world’s poorest communities help themselves.

Of Words and Water is a collection of water-themed works from authors around the globe, all of whom wish to contribute to WaterAid’s invaluable efforts. Our work is given freely: if you enjoy it please give generously to share the gift of clean water, the gift of life.

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Excerpts of reviews from Goodreads:

 An eclectic mix of short stories, poetry, song and memoir, there is something here for everyone.

Besides raising money for a great cause this book is a very entertaining collection of stories and poems from a vastly different group of authors.

The pieces chosen cover a broad range of approaches, they are poetic, poetic prose or use more modern language; some are more symbolic, others more direct and literal.

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