Poetry. "A present day response for changing harm harmony is best defined by the process of restorative justice. Here there is an opportunity for those involved to confront the experience in a way that is ultimately healing. The one who bullies is addressed as the one who does harm, and the victim is the one who is harmed. A trained mediator brings the two sides together...It is a journey down a sometimes rocky road from the harm and pain toward a place we can call redemption and even, in time, forgiveness."--Richard Cruwys Brown
CHANGING HARM TO HARMONY features work by C. Albert, Calvin Ahlgren, Rose Black, Les Bernstein, Barbara Welch Brooks, Jeanne Bryner, Virginia Barrett, David Beckman, Richard Cruwys Brown, Cathy Barber, Gary Barkow, Michael C., Brian Cronwall, Alan Cohen, Bobby Coleman, Ed Coletti, Dane Cervine, Rafaella Del Bourgo, Mark Doty, Lucille Lang Day, L. King Dutton, James Oliver Dempsey, Linda Enders, Catherine Ferguson, Gerald Fleming, Jane Ann Flint, CB Follett, Rebecca Foust, Judith Goedeke, Katherine Hastings, Jodi L. Hottel, Jane Hirshfield, Marvin R. Hiemstra, Jane Herschlag, Paul Hostovsky, Nancy Haskett, Janet Jennings, Lior Jacober, Kimiko Shiro, Dylan Losee, Matthew Lippman, John Laue, William Landis, Ellen Litwack, Mihaela Moscaliuc, Mark Meierding, Matheus Carvalho, Jane Mead, Cindy Milwe, Stephanie Mendel, Roy Mash, Paivi Miller, Tricia Miller, Terry McLaren, Seryl L. Nelms, Vincent Joseph Noto, Steve Olian, MJ Pramik, Kate Peper, Carolyn Rice, Tony Reevy, Margaret Stawowy, Peter Schmitt, June Sylvester Saraceno, Eva M. Schlesinger, Bill Simmons, Sandy Scull, B. E. Stock, Patrick Smith, Jill Stein, Paul Sohar, Noel Sloboda, Kimiko Shiro, Susan Terris, Patti Tana, Julia Vose, Michael Waters, Rebecca Young Winslow, Charles A. Wright, André Le Mont Wilson, Allen M Weber, Gigi Wyatt, Gary Young, and Paula Yup.