Archives: Christmas Anthologies
- Why this Issue
- * "A Story of Christmas" by Bill Vaughan
- * "A Stranger in Our Midst" by Celestine Sibley
- "If You Had Been There" by Martin Luther
- "Little Jesus" by Frances Thompson
- "The Cratchits' Christmas Dinner" by Charles Dickens
- The Friendly Beasts
- "My Best Christmas Gift" by Raul Quintanilla
- "The Gift of the Magi" by O. Henry
- "A Hymn of the Nativity" by Richard Crashaw
- "Where Love Is, There God Is Also" by Leo Tolstoy
- "What Can I Give Him?" by Christina Rossetti
- "A Christmas Prayer" by Robert Louis Stevenson
- "Ye Greate Astonishment"
First issued, 1987; reprinted, 1996
- Why This Collection?
- * "Cotton Patch Gospels" by Clarence Jordan
- * "The Holy Night" by Selma Lagerlof
- * "Some Children See Him" by Wihla Hutson
- * "The List of Jeremy Quist" by Carol Greene
- " Cosette" by Victor Hugo
- * "A Wish" by Stephanie Harris
- "O Baby Born in Bethlehem" by Beth Rice Luttrell
- * "Hanukah" by Dalia Hardot Renberg
- * "A Christmas Story" by Katherine Anne Porter
- "Sweet Little Jesus Boy..." by Milo Thronberry
- "Best and Worst Christmas Gifts" (various authors)
Originally published as Alternatives Quarterly, Vol. 14, No. 4, edited by Heidi Roy and Milo Thornberry, cover art and lay-out by Kathie Klein. Reissued 1997.
- How to Say Merry Christmas in 31 Countries
- Flower of the Nativity
- *"Christmas in the Stable," by Astrid Lindgren
- *"Jesous Ahatonhia," by Father Jean de Brebeuf. English text by J.E. Middleton
- *"Christmas Day in the Morning," by Pearl Buck.
- *"The Little Clockmaker," by Ruth Sawyer.
- "The Christ Child Who Was Too Poor," by Adelee Wendel.
- *"Carol of the Brown King," by Langston Hughes.
- *"Mary Had a Baby," reprinted from Sing Out! Magazine, vol. 4, #1.
- *"The Three Gifts," by Jane T. Clement.
- *"We Have Seen His Star," by Charles Brady.
- *"There's No Such Thing as a Poor Christmas," by Celestine Sibley.
All of the above items appear in the printed editions, but for copyright reasons, those marked * do not appear here.
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