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Annual Veterans’ Pen Celebration

Saturday, Nov. 12th, 2016,  2-4pm,  at the World War I Museum in Kansas City, Mo Register today! Please join us for The Annual Veterans’ Pen Celebration, and our keynote speaker Lou Eisenbrandt. Lou Eisenbrandt is a Veteran and Author of “Vietnam Nurse:  Mending and Remembering”. About our Speaker – Lou Eisenbrandt Growing up in a small Illinois(…)

Veterans Voices Celebrates 70 years!

Veterans Voices is excited to celebrate 70 years of providing therapeutic writing to veterans! Watch both here and on Facebook for the various ways we’ll be celebrating this year. Join with us and share with fellow veterans, friends and family.

2013 Veterans Pen Celebration

2013 Veterans Pen Celebration  View Event Photos Saturday, November 2, 2013 2 – 4 p.m. Location: National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial 100 W. 26th St., Kansas City, MO Highlights: Premiere of the VVWP DVD  “Veterans’ Voices…. Alive and Well”  Featuring Veterans’ Voices authors & writing aides Writing Aide Phyllis Bibeau, Albuquerque VAMC & Volunteers of VVWP(…)


by Dorothy Remo VA Media Center, San Antonio, TX Typist: Lee Torres   What is it like to think you might be crazy or acting crazy when nothing is certain? Everything has turned so different. I’m looking at my world from a distant place where I’m not participating, no interacting. My thoughts have blown up–they(…)


by Paul Wilkison   Every civilization Contains within Itself two types Of seeds: At the beginning, Seeds of greatness. At the end, Sees of destruction.   VAMC, Albuquerque, NM Writing Ade: Phyllis Bibeau Typist: Jane Harvey

Now Accepting Online Submissions

We are excited to announce that you can now submit your work online for possible publication in Veterans’ Voices. Tell your friends, family and fellow veterans.

Double Love

By Jesse W. Sturghill, Jr, VAMC—Memphis, TN Writing Aide/Typist: Susan Matthews   To measure your love is a very hard test. It must have the unity and highest respect. People talk of hate and pain every day, The only solution is to have double love in play.   To live a good live, you must(…)

Veterans’ Day

By David B. Waldon, VAMC – Prescott, AZ   Today I saw grown men cry As they looked a statue in the eye. A flood of memories they have to hear. We will never understand since we were not there.   They served this country like many before, But we pit on them and slammed(…)