Book Category: Anthologies

It’s My Country Too

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This inspiring anthology is the first to convey the rich experiences and contributions of women in the American military in their own words—from the Revolutionary War to the present wars in the Middle East. Serving with the Union Army during the Civil War as a nurse, scout, spy, and soldier, Harriet Tubman tells what it […]

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Retire the Colors

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The impact of war, and the complex aftereffect it has on both veterans and civilians, is–for myriad reasons–largely invisible to the public. Media may create news cycles around horrors or stereotypes, but the effort required to redefine and sustain ”normal” lives after war stays below the surface and out of sight. In Retire the Colors, […]

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Incoming

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Incoming features true stories from American veterans and service members, in their own words, surrounding the process of returning home from deployment, and transitioning back to civilian life. Featuring stories from Benjamin Busch, Matt Young, Brandon Lingle, G. Michael Smith, Kurt Kalbfleisch, Robert Shaw, Kelli Hewlett, Sierra Crane, Brooke King, C.S. Griffin, Cassondra Brewster, Alex […]

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Red, White, and True

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Even as we celebrate the return of our military from wars in the Middle East, we are becoming increasingly aware of the struggles that await veterans on the home front. Red, White, and True offers readers a collection of voices that reflect the experiences of those touched by war—from the children of veterans who encounter them in […]

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Home of the Brave

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As editor Jeffrey Hess states in his introduction, “Home of the Brave implies the American military. Somewhere in the Sand implies the desert conditions of both Iraq and Afghanistan, but also the mental state that the returning service members occupy periodically or perpetually once they return home.” These twenty-two works of fiction tell those stories […]

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