These days it is important to remember that you are not alone. Dio Press is working together with authors from around the globe and we are proud to share their stories. Below a small selection of books showing the resilience of people.
Pandemic Poetic Perspectives was written as a dialogue of expression between professor and teacher/students. The book reflects New York City teachers’ emotions, hopes and fears around Covid 19 while New York was the global virus hotspot. The book reminds us of the essential and personal nature of teaching, and of the exceptional dedication of those confronted by their own existential horror of the virus and its threat and repercussions with their students.
This groundbreaking volume, the first of two, carefully weaves together over 30 narratives of faculty, K-12 teachers, students, parents, and community members that center the experience of COVID-19. This volume is centered on a commitment to not losing the power of these narratives – the power to chronicle, the power to transform, the power to inspire, the power to build allyship through hardship.
This groundbreaking volume, the second of two, carefully weaves together, over 33 chapters, perspectives on the processes, leadership, commitments, and hope associated with the experience of COVID-19. Both volumes center a commitment to not losing the power narrative – the power to chronicle, the power to transform, the power to inspire, the power to build allyship through hardship.
This book shares a glimpse of different lives and stories from around the globe, told by young adults, and older adults. Men and women share their concerns, their sorrow, and their hopes during this extraordinary time. The human condition, the suffering, the introspection and character development is not a unique phenomenon, but a shared one.