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41_1Critical EssayMark A. HeberleCorrespondent Visions of Vietnam
51_1Critical EssayCharles J. GasparThe Search for Closure: Vietnam War Literature and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
61_1Critical EssayChristopher AmesWar and Festivity in Gravity’s Rainbow
71_1Critical EssayJames SeatonThomas Mann’s Wartime Reflections
81_1Critical EssayMichael C.C. AdamsHastings and Roland: The Triumph of the Mounted Knight
91_1Critical EssayMichele M. SordiGrain and Glory: Eating Practices in Homer’s Iliad 
101_2Critical EssayPerry D. LuckettThe Black Soldier in Vietnam War Literature and Film
111_2Critical EssayDavid M. CraigJoseph Heller’s “ ‘Catch-22’ Revisited”
121_2Critical EssayEarl R. AndersonWarrior-Bishops in La Chanson de Roland and Poema de mio
131_2Critical EssayJohn Newman and Julie WesslingVietnam War Literature: a guide to resources at Colorado State University
141_2Poetry Alfred KernBarcelona
152_1Critical EssayJoan F. AdkinsSacrifice and Dehumanization in Plievier’s Stalingrad
162_1Critical EssayPeter C. RollinsHistorical Interpretation or Ambush Journalism?  CBS vs Westmoreland in The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception (1982)
172_1Critical EssayAlex A. VardamisRandall Jarrell’s Poetry of Aerial Warfare
182_2Critical EssayDon KunzOliver Stone’s Film Adaptation of Born on the Fourth of July: Redefining Masculine Heroism
192_2Critical EssayJoseph S. Meisel The Germans are Coming! British Fiction of a German Invasion 1871-1913 
202_2Artwork Roger PrestonThe Artist and the Holocaust
213_1Critical EssayJames GriffithA Walk Through History: Tim O’Brien’s Going After Cacciato 
223_1Critical EssayKevin D. FosterSignifying the Wasteland: Selling the “Falklands War”
233_1Critical EssayThomas DukesDesire Satisfied: War and Love in The Heat of the Day and Moon Tiger 
243_1Fiction Robert MorganWatershed
253_2Personal Essay E.P. MotleyMemoirs of Six Months
263_2ReviewsBooksBooks
274_1Critical EssayMichael CardyThe Memoirs of Pierre Pouchot: A Soldier’s View of a Doomed Campaign
284_1Critical EssayConstance A. BrownSevered Ears: An Image of the Vietnam War
294_1Critical EssaySteven KaplanThe Narrative Technique Used by Goethe to Portray War in the “Campaign in France”
304_1Poetry R.S. CarlsonCabrini’s Run—‘71 
314_2Critical EssayCheryl A. ShellThe Foe in Sight: Discovering the Enemy in Donne’s Elegie XIX
324_2Critical EssayDonna ConnollySisters in Arms
334_2Commentary Crystal M. Jonas“Guernica”
344_2Artwork Anne Wells LadowLines and Shadows 
354_2Poetry Karen Alkalay-Gutfrom Between Bombardments
365_1Critical EssayGreg GarrettJohn Huston’s The Battle of San Pietro
375_1Critical EssayJohn S. BakyLiterary Resources of the Vietnam War 
385_1InterviewElizabeth Drumwright“I’ll Have to go Down to Hell First”: A Saipanese WWII Veteran Recalls the War
395_1Poetry G. S. Sharat ChandraGhazals
405_1Poetry Joseph T. CoxTo Send Forth
415_1Commentary John MoranoCollier’s Magazine: Preview Of The War We Do Not Want
425_1Commentary Anthony ArthurAvoiding Nostalgia: James Michener’s The Bridge at Andau
435_2Critical EssaySteven Trout“Glamorous Melancholy”: R. C. Sherriff’s Journey’s End 
445_2Critical EssayThomas G. Bowie, JrAn I for an eye: Edmund Blunden’s War
455_2Critical EssayElizabeth A. MuengerWhitsun and Beyond: Continuing the Great War
465_2Poetry Will HochmanNot Always Located in Nicaragua
475_2Commentary Tom F. BaldyReflections on the Great War
485_2Commentary John Clark PrattWriting about Flying: A Pilot’s View
496_1Critical EssayJohn GeryThe Atomic Test Poems of Paul Zimmer
506_1Critical EssayDavid SeedMilitary Machines and Nuclear Accident: Burdick and Wheeler’s Fail-Safe
516_1Critical EssayPaul MacKenzieArtistic Truth, Historical Truth: The “Fraction” Film and the Falklands War 
526_1Commentary David M. MazurowskiThe Life of a Bomber Co-Pilot 
536_1Commentary Sheryl A. MylanLove in the Trenches: Images of Woman in Mailer’s The Naked and the Dead
546_2Critical EssayDavid M. CraigFrom Avignon to Catch-22 
556_2Interview Brian C. McNerneyResponsibly Inventing History: An Interview with Tim O’Brien
566_2Poetry W.D. EhrhartMostly Nothing Happens
576_2Poetry Andrew BensonAll She Can Eat 
586_2Commentary Philip K. JasonMissing Pieces: Versions and Visions of Vietnam POW/MIA in American Culture
596_2Commentary Rosemary P-Z ClarkRepresentations of the Resistance in World War II France
607_1Critical EssayMichael W. SchaeferAmbrose Bierce on the Construction of Military History
617_1Critical EssayRichard W. LempThe Wars Within the War in La Guerre, Yes Sir! 
627_1Critical EssayJames H. MeredithThe Eyewitness Narrator in Hemingway’s Collier’s Dispatches and “Black Ass at the Cross Roads”
637_1FictionJerome MandelMothers 
647_1FictionJulio Escoto (translated by Clark M. Zlotchew)Reality
657_1Poetry Joseph T. CoxMiles Standish Forest, Plymouth, Mass, 1934 
667_1Commentary Alfred KernHang the Enola Gay
677_2Personal EssayRobert MacGowanA Boatman’s Story 
687_2Personal EssayDonald ClayShadow Warrior  
697_2Poetry Robert PinskySerpent Knowledge 
707_2Poetry David A. WillsonAlms for the Burned
717_2Poetry Daniel TobinA Century 
727_2Poetry Joseph T. CoxShaman 
737_2Commentary Donald AndersonMcNamara’s Makeshift Amends
747_2Commentary Brian HanleyAchilles in Vietnam
757_2FictionAndre DubusFalling in Love
767_2FictionAlfred Kernfrom Vows and Infidelities  
778_1Critical EssayMilton A. CohenFatal Symbiosis: Modernism and World War I
788_1Critical EssayWilliam E. SheidleyGeorge Gascoigne and The Spoyle of Antwerpe (1576)
798_1Critical EssayThomas Bonner, Jr.Thomas Wolfe and the Civil War
808_1Critical EssayStephen C. EnnissWriting War: John Dos Passos’ One Man’s Initiation
818_1Poetry Wendy BishopBefore Wars 
828_1Fiction Charles ClercLOCKE-HAVEN AT LARGE
838_2Special Feature W.D. EhrhartSelected Work by W.D. Ehrhart: The Summer I Learned to Dance (personal essay),  I Drink my Coffee Black (fiction), The Sergeant (poetry),  A Bibliography
848_2Critical Essay Lorrie SmithAgainst a Coming Extinction: W.D. Ehrhart and the Envolving Canon of Vietnam Veteran’s Poetry
858_2Critical Essay John Clark PrattTim O’Brien’s Re-imagination of Reality: An Exercise in Metafiction
868_2Commentary Donald AndersonDarkness Carried: W.D. Ehrhart’s Memoirs
878_2Commentary Thomas G. Bowie, Jr.“Everyday I’m always on patrol”: Bill Ehrhart’s Journey Home 
888_2Poetry Karen Alkalay-GutTryolean Vacation
898_2Poetry H. Palmer HallLangour
908_2Poetry H. Palmer HallHospital Visit
918_2Poetry Vince GoteraThe Vietnam Vet Plays Gyruss
928_2Poetry Vince GoteraGulf War Haiku  
938_2Poetry Ed MeekThe Bomb
948_2Poetry Ed MeekDuty 
958_2Poetry Maggie JaffeFor Lewis B. Puller, Jr.
968_2FictionDon KunzEchoes 
978_2FictionTerry P. Rizzutifrom The Second Tour 
988_2FictionAllen LearstPoint Man
998_2InterviewChristopher D. CampbellReading, Writing, and Going to War: An interview with Clyde Edgerton 
1008_2InterviewDonald Anderson and Thomas G. Bowie, Jr.A Conversation with W.D. Ehrhart
1019_1Critical EssayJim ColvertFlying the Old Marauder Over Nazi Germany
1029_1Critical EssayGeorge MonteiroPatriotism and Treason in A Farewell to Arms
1039_1Critical EssayRonald SmithNick Adams and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
1049_1Critical EssayH. George HahnThe Progress of Patriotism and Biography: The Battle of Trafalgar in Southey’s The Life of Nelson
1059_1Critical EssaySara PooleFact, Fable, and the Fantastic: Approaches to the Novel of War in the Francophone Literature of Algeria
1069_1Critical EssayDouglas Sun“Whatever Else, I’d Loved It There Too”: Persuasive Strategy in Michael Herr’s Dispatches
1079_1Critical EssayLeslie HollandThe Bernard Fall Archives at the John F. Kennedy Library, Boston, MA
1089_1Critical EssayJohn GetzHealing the Soldier in White: Ceremony as War Novel
1099_1Critical EssayOwen BradyBlackness and the Unmanning of America in Dave Rabe’s Streamers
1109_1Fiction James Hughes MeredithClassics Revisited: Ambrose Bierce’s “Chickamauga”  with Introduction 
1119_1PoetryPaul ElishaConversion
1129_1PoetryPaul ElishaKilling Time in Bosnia
1139_1PoetryPaul ElishaParadox
1149_1PoetryPaul ElishaRemembering Leyte: “D” Day Quintennial-June 6, 1995 
1159_1PoetryTony Moffeitnot about war 
1169_1PoetryMaggie JaffeDegenerated Art Show 1937
1179_2Special Focus IssueW. D. EhrhartI Remember: Soldier-Poets of the Korean War
1189_2Special Focus IssueW. D. EhrhartForeword and Introductory Essay 
1199_2Poetry William ChildressSelected poems by William Childress
1209_2PoetryRolando HinojosaSelected poems by Rolando Hinojo
1219_2PoetryJames Magner Jr.Selected poems by James Magner Jr.
1229_2PoetryReg SanerSelected poems by Reg Saner
1239_2PoetryWilliam WantlingSelected poems by William Wantling
1249_2PoetryKeith Wilsonby Keith Wilson
12510_1Special Feature David Haven Blake, Special Feature EditorRichard Wilbur’s World War II Poetry
12610_1Special Feature Joseph T. CoxRichard Wilbur: An Interview
12710_1Special Feature Richard WilburItaly: Maine
12810_1Special Feature John Lancaster and Jack W. C. HagstromRichard Wilbur’s Early Writing: Amherst College and World War II
12910_1Special Feature Joseph T. Cox  “Versifying in Earnest”: Richard Wilbur’s War and His Poetry
13010_1Special Feature Jewel Spears BrookerMind and World in Richard Wilbur’s War Poetry 
13110_1PoetryCarolyn Forché The Colonel
13210_1PoetryJohn GeryLie #5: That Babe Ruth Pointed Out That Famous Homer 
13310_1PoetryJohn GeryOn the News of Our Foreign Intervention 
13410_1PoetryTia Ballantine  A State of Grace in Another War Zone 
13510_1PoetryBill Lantry Dien Bien Phu 
13610_1PoetryRachel LodenClueless in Paradise
13710_1PoetryHalvard JohnsonEtudes  
13810_1PoetryHalvard JohnsonAmerican’s Playing Slow-Pitch Softball at an Airbase Near Kunsan, South Korea 
13910_1PoetryAna DoinaEnd of a Century
14010_1PoetryR. S. CarlsonFootnote and Detail
14110_1PoetryBeth SimonBrian Explains His Anniversary
14210_1PoetryDaryl BachVerdun
14310_1PoetryColin MortonWomen on Her Way to Market
14410_1PoetryGwyn McVayEntering War, Being Literal
14510_1Artwork Maggie Jaffe  “The Camera is a Shield”: John Hoagland, Combat Photographer
14610_1Special FeatureThomas G. McGuire, Special Feature EditorA Conversation with Paul West
14710_1Special FeaturePaul WestThree Fictions 
14810_1Special FeatureThomas G. McGuireThe Face(s) of War in Paul West’s Fiction 
14910_1Critical Essay Verner D. MitchellAccommodation and Resistance in Lt. Henry Ossian Flipper’s The Colored Cadet at West Point(1878)
15010_1Critical Essay Don Zimmerman  When Hamlet Meets the Bomb: The Poetry and Criticism of John Gery 
15110_1Critical Essay Ann ReaganThe French Connection or How “Figaro” Saved the American Revolution
15210_1Critical Essay Paul R. CappucciDepicting the Oblique: Emily Dickinson’s Poetic ResponseTo the American Civil War
15310_1Personal Essay Jessie GatlinA-Bomb, a recollection 
15410_1Personal Essay William R. WeirPublic Information, a memoir
15510_1Fiction Don KunzMissing
15610_1Recall Roster D. A. BoxwellMary Borden, The Forbidden Zone, published in 1929
15710_2IntroductionThomas G. Bowie, Jr.This Thing Called Vietnam 
15810_2Special FeatureVerner D. MitchellRemembering Tet: A Conversation with Vietnam War Veteran Poets
15910_2PoetryD. F. BrownPoetry
16010_2PoetryW. D. EhrhartPoetry
16110_2PoetryDale RitterbuschPoetry
16210_2PoetryJohn BalabanPoetry
16310_2Poetry Will HochmanPoem Still Burning: A note for “The Teeth Mother Naked at Last” by Robert Bly
16410_2Poetry Robert BlyThe Teeth Mother Naked at Last 
16510_2Poetry Philip Appleman“I Sing of Arms and the Man” introductory essay 
16610_2Poetry Philip ApplemanFive Poems, from Open Doorways
16710_2Artwork John WolfeA Different Species of Time, introductory essay
16810_2Artwork John WolfeArtwork
16910_2Critical Essay Donald AndersonWar, Memory, Imagination
17010_2Critical Essay Alfred KernHumanities at the Hanoi Hilton
17110_2Critical Essay Maureen Ryan  Pentagon Princess and Wayward Sister: Vietnam POW Wives in American Literature 
17210_2Critical Essay Elizabeth A. MuengerSurviving the Hanoi Hilton 
17310_2Critical Essay Catherine Calloway“He’s not my son anymore!”: The Returning Veteran in Robert Bausch’s On the Way Home
17410_2Critical Essay Tran Van DinhA Lotus of Everlasting Fragrance: Nguyen Trai, 1380-1442 
17510_2Critical Essay William J. SearleDissident Voices: The NVA Experience in Novels by Vietnamese
17610_2Critical Essay Edward F. PalmBringing the War Home to the “Holler”: Teaching Vietnam for “Core” and Country 
17710_2Critical Essay Christopher D. CampbellConversation Across a Century: The War Stories of Ambrose Bierce and Tim O’Brien 
17810_2Critical Essay Farrell O’GormanThe Things They Carried as Composite Novel
17910_2Personal Essay Jeff LoebEpiphany in Memphis
18010_2Fiction Terry P. Rizzutifrom Show Time 
18110_2Fiction Robert MacGowanfrom The Indochina Safari 
18310_2InterviewJack M. ShuttleworthA Conversation with Fredrick Kiley, co-author of Honor Bound: American Prisoners of War in Southeast Asia, 1961-1973
18411_1Introduction D.A. Boxwell“The Middle Generation” of American Poetry: Wars in the Private and Public Realms 
18511_1Special Feature Steven Gould AxelrodThe Middle Generation and WWII: Jarrell, Shapiro, Brooks, Bishop, Lowell
18611_1Special Feature Lorrie GoldensohnRandall Jarrell’s War
18711_1Special Feature Thomas TravisanoWars Civil and Uncivil: Family, Culture, and the Child in Lowell’s Poetry 
18811_1Special Feature Sandra BarryElizabeth Bishop and World War I 
18911_1Special Feature Gary Fountain  “Blinking My Flashlight Off and On”: Elizabeth Bishop’s Internal Battlefield
19011_1Special Feature Camille RomanWashington DC, 1949-1950: Bishop on WWII and The Cold War 
19111_1Special Feature George MonteiroPoets On The Bomb
19211_1Fiction Robert MorganThe Welcome
19311_1PoetryWendy BishopSoliloquy: An American Bride Remembers Japan
19411_1PoetryWendy BishopV-Mail
19511_1PoetryWendy BishopSouvenirs
19611_1PoetryH. Palmer HallThe Collector
19711_1PoetryH. Palmer HallHad We A History
19811_1PoetryJennifer WheelockWhy I Am Not A Saint
19911_1PoetryPaul WoodruffWhere The Tune Was Going
20011_1PoetryKeith WilsonThe Seventh Wave
20111_1PoetryAna DoinaArcheology 
20211_1PoetryMarianne PoloskeyHate 
20311_1PoetryMarianne PoloskeyBuildings
20411_1PoetryJacqueline St. JoanGlenn Miller Was Missing
20511_1PoetryWilliam ChildressParatroopers’ Night Out 
20611_1Critical Essay D. Melissa HilbishAdvancing in Another Direction: The Comic Book and The Korean War
20711_1Critical Essay Jon VolkmerTelling the “Truth” about Vietnam: Episteme and Narrative Structure in The Green Berets and The Things They Carried 
20811_1Critical Essay Carl S. HornerChallenging the Law of Courage and Heroic Identification in Tim O’Brien’s If I Die in a Combat Zone and The Things They Carried
20911_1Critical Essay R.J. FertelVietnam War Narratives and Myth of the Hero 
21011_1Critical Essay Dermot McCarthyThe Limits of Irony: The Chronillogical World of Martin Amis’ Time’s Arrow
21111_1Commentary Thomas G. Bowie, Jr.Dereliction of Duty or the Wrong War?: Learning the Lessons of Vietnam  
21211_2Artwork William Schaff Ashes: Art Inspired by the Holocaust
21311_2Artwork William Schaff A Conversation with William Schaff
21411_2Personal EssayPaul WestA Boy's Blitz
21511_2Personal EssayKarl LindholmDickie,Nick,Varsity Jim, and Bye-Bye: Teaching a true war Story
21611_2Personal EssayEdward W. Wood, Jr.Revisiting My Memoir: On Being Wounded
21711_2Personal EssayBruce GuernseyDoublemint
21811_2Personal EssayTravis BurtonTime In-Country
21911_2Personal EssayTom WolfFrom Ice Crusaders: A Memoir of Cold War and Cold Sport
22011_2PoetryElaine BanderOn the Western Front
22111_2PoetryLyn LifshinNine Poems
22211_2Fiction Michael John O'DonnelRifleboy
22311_2Fiction Erik JungBehind the Lens: A Correspondent's Journey Through Vietnam
22411_2Fiction Alex VernonDesert Farewell
22511_2Critical EssayJanis P. StoutThe Making of Willa Cather's One of Ours: The Role of Dorothy Canfield Fisher
22611_2Critical EssaySean M. BraswellWar Stories: "Truth" and Particulars
22711_2Critical EssayEd SikovBilly Wilder's World War II
22811_2InterviewWill HarrisRemembering Heaven's Face: An Interview with John Balaban
22911_2InterviewKathi A. VosevichConversations with Joseph Heller
23011_2InterviewDonald AndersonVisions of War, Dreams of Peace: A Conversation with Joan A. Furey
23111_2Commentary Donald AndersonVietnam and Korea: W.D. Erhart's Continuing Journey
23211_2Commentary Thomas G. Bowie, Jr.Still Counting the Days of Our Longest War
23311_2Commentary D.A. BoxwellRecall Roster: The World My Wilderness
23411_2ReviewsBooksUnderstanding the Literature of WWII: A Student Casebook
23511_2ReviewsBooksBlack Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War
23611_2ReviewsBooksThe Vietnam War and Postmodernity
23711_2ReviewsBooksForging the Sword: Selecting, Educating, and Training Cadets and Junior Officers in the Modern World
23811_2ReviewsBooksLoving Arms: British Women Writing the Second World War
23911_2ReviewsBooksBritish Women Writers of the WWII: Battlegrounds of Their Own
24011_2ReviewsBooksThe Eyes of Orion: Five Tank Lieutenants in the Persian Gulf War
24112_1Personal EssayDoug HeckmanQuarry
24212_1Personal EssayWilliam Newmiller The War I Didn't Worry About
24312_1PoetryJoseph T. CoxPurple Hearts
24412_1PoetryPaul ElishaFour Poems
24512_1Invited LecturePhilip Caputo Goodnight, Saigon: Lecture at the United States Air Force Academy
24612_1Invited LectureRobert MorganHemingway and the True Poetry of War: Keynote Address at the United States Air Force Academy
24712_1FictionPaul WestHitlers Pianist and Other Portraits
24812_1Critical EssayJohn Mark MattoxHenry V: Shakespeare's Just Warrior
24912_1Critical EssayW. D. EhrhartHoward Fast's "Korean Litany"
25012_1Critical EssayTracy E. BilsingThe process of Manafacture: Rudyard Kipling's Private Propaganda
25112_1Critical EssayKatherine KinneyCold Wars: Black Soldiers in Liberal Hollywood
25212_1Critical EssaySubarno Chattarji Representations of Vietnam in some poems of John Balaban, Kevin Bowen, and Bruce Weigl
25312_1InterviewNeiberg, Bowie, and AndersonPhilip Caputo: A Rumor of War. A conversation with Philip Caputo at 58
25412_1CommentaryD.A. Boxwell Kulturkampf, Now and Then
25512_1ReviewsBooksDoing Time: 25 Years of Prison
25612_1ReviewsBooksWriting: A Pen American Center Prize Anthology
25812_1ReviewsBooksThe Coming Anarchy: Shattering the Dreams of the Post-Cold War
25912_1ReviewsBooksThe Book of War: Twenty-five
26012_1ReviewsBooksCenturies of Great War Writing
26112_1ReviewsBooksScenes From the End: The Last Days of World War II in Europe
26212_1ReviewsBooksLiterature at War: 1914-1940:
26312_1ReviewsBooksRepresenting the "Time of Greatness" in Germany
26412_1ReviewsBooksHart’s War
26512_2Invited LectureReg SanerSoldier, Poets, a Gadfly, and the Long Haired Persian
26612_2ArtworkTed EngelmannA Photo Essay
26712_2PoetryReg SanerWake Me
26812_2PoetryDavid KeplingerMemorial Concert on a Sloped Clearing
27012_2Personal EssayBill WallischIn the Belly of the Whale
27112_2Personal EssayBeth TaylorCrossing the Line: Finding Butch
27212_2Personal EssayDavid LawrenceAlive and well and Behind Enemy Lines
27312_2Personal EssayRobert E GajdusekFrom Resurrection: A War Journey
27412_2InterviewDavid KeplingerOn Bruce Weigl: Finding a Shape for the Litany of Terror
27512_2FictionThomas Bonner, Jr.Nurse
27612_2FictionArt GrilloWe Do Normandy
27712_2FictionDon KunzRehearsing for Vietnam
27812_2CommentaryBrian HanleyWriting Lives, not Histories: Geoffrey Perret's Eisenhower and the Art of Biography
27912_2CommentaryEdward W WoodOn Judging Worlad War Two: The Greatest Generation?
28012_2Critical EssayDavid J PiwinskiMy Lai, Flies, and Beelzebub in Tim O'Brien's In the Lake of the Woods
28112_2Critical EssayBenjamin F. FisherThe Red Badge of Courageunder British Spotlights Again
28212_2Critical EssayW.D. EhrhartSetting the Record Straight on William Wantling
28312_2ReviewsBooksThe GI Generation: A Memoir 
28412_2ReviewsBooksThe Greatest Generation Speaks
28512_2ReviewsBooksZone of the Interior: A Memoir, 1942-1947
28612_2ReviewsBooksHer War Story: Twentieth-Century Women Write about War
28712_2ReviewsBooksHiroshima Traces: Time, Space, and the Dialectics of Memory
28812_2ReviewsBooksThe First World War and Popular Cinema: 1914 to the Present
28912_2ReviewsBooksWhat Should We Tell Our Children About Vietnam?
29012_2ReviewsBooksWar, Technology, and Experience Aboard the USS Monitor
29112_2ReviewsBooksSinging the New Nation: How Music Shaped the Confederacy, 1861-1865
29212_2ReviewsBooksThe Medic: Life and Death in the Last Days of World War II
29312_2PoetryWill HochmanTen Poets, Selected
29413_1-2MemoirAlvord White ClementsIntroduction to “A Civil War Memoir”
29513_1-2MemoirIsaac N. ClementsA Civil War Memoir
29613_1-2MemoirCharles Cameron CateMy Father’s Memoir of World War I
29713_1-2MemoirClifton J. CateA Soldier’s Memoir of World War I
29813_1-2Art Samuel BakThe Art of Samuel Bak
29913_1-2FictionPaul WestBy the Waters of Wannsee
30013_1-2FictionChristopher TomlinsonThe Lieutenant’s Box
30113_1-2FictionDoug HeckmanRossi’s Girl
30213_1-2FictionIvan PrashkerVan
30313_1-2FictionJoan FoxAngelfire
30413_1-2FictionJohn SullivanPonytail
30513_1-2FictionMark BurghClaire de lune
30613_1-2FictionRob RoenschVeterans’ Day
30713_1-2FictionRobert E. SkinnerLabor Day 1973: An Episode of War
30813_1-2FictionRobert MacGowanTwo Fictions from The Boatman’s Story
30913_1-2FictionScott TinleyA Killing Tale
31013_1-2PoetryBiljana D. Obradovic'Evil Omens: On the Four Nines’ Day
31113_1-2PoetryBruce GuernseyTwo Poems
31213_1-2PoetryCarole Boston WeatherfordThree Poems
31313_1-2PoetryCynthia HarperDancing the Tango
31413_1-2PoetryDale RitterbuschTwo Poems
31513_1-2PoetryDana SonnenscheinTwo Poems
31613_1-2PoetryD.F. BrownEven the Spoon is a Weapon
31713_1-2PoetryElisha PoratTo Die at the Springs of El-Hamma
31813_1-2PoetryJohn GeryFive Poems
31913_1-2PoetryJohn GilgunFirst War Death
32013_1-2PoetryJohn StruloeffKnee-Deep in the Pacific
32113_1-2PoetryJulie SukLa Dolce Vita
32213_1-2PoetryMichael WatersTwo Poems
32313_1-2PoetryPhilip ParottiRadar Contacts off Da Nang
32413_1-2PoetryR.G. CantalupoStopped at a Light
32513_1-2PoetryVivian ShipleyFive Poems
32613_1-2PoetryW.D. EhrhartSleeping with the Dead
32713_1-2Critical EssayCarol ActonDangerous Daughters: American Nurses and Gender Identity in World War One and Vietnam
32813_1-2Critical EssayC. Kenneth PelloAnalogy in Regeneration
32913_1-2Critical EssayJohn BowersBearing Witness to Story: The Before and After in Bruce Weigl’s The Circle of Hanh
33013_1-2Critical EssayWilliam J. SearleWomen, Vietnamese, Other: The Depiction of Women in Vietnamese Short Fiction
33113_1-2Personal EssayAdam McKeownThe Story of Jim Day
33213_1-2Personal EssayBruce GuernseyDigging to America
33313_1-2Personal EssayDang T. LeStory of my Family
33413_1-2Personal EssayJoseph T. CoxNotes from Ban Me Thuot
33513_1-2Personal EssayR.G. Cantalupofrom The Light Where Shadows End
33613_1-2CommentaryTran Van DinhThe Cleansing Power of Poetry
33713_1-2ReviewsBooksReviews
33814_1-2MemoirR.G. Cantalupofrom The Light Where Shadows End
33914_1-2ArtworkPam ChadickIn Pulverem Reverteris An Encounter with the Paintings of Samuel Bak
34014_1-2ArtworkSamuel BakThe Paintings of Samuel Bak
34114_1-2FictionJack VianAmerican Triptych: War
34214_1-2FictionRon SandvikKiller Karl Krupp
34314_1-2FictionKirk CurnuttEtude and Bell Tower
34414_1-2PoetryWill HochmanEighteen Poets, Selected by Will Hochman
34514_1-2Critical EssayDavid Kramer"Infirm Soldiers in the Cuban War of Theodore Roosevelt and Richard Harding Davis"
34614_1-2Critical EssayKevin GraukeVietnam, Survivalism, and the Civil War: The Use of History in Michael
34714_1-2Critical EssayLaurence Goldstein"The Imagination Problem": Winfield Townley Scott and the American Wars
34814_1-2Critical EssayW Brett WileyCathcart and the Magazine
34914_1-2Critical EssayNancy Sloan GoldbergWomen, War, and H. G. Wells: The Pacifism of French Playwright Marie Lenéru
35014_1-2Critical EssayRodney P. RiceGroup Man Goes to War: Elements of Propaganda in John Stenbeck's Bombs Away
35114_1-2Critical EssayTim BlackmoreHot For War: Jerry Pournelle and David Drake’s Regendered Battlefield
35214_1-2Critical EssayPhilip BeidlerViet Pulp
35314_1-2Critical EssayMaureen RyanWoodstock Nation: The Vietnam Antiwar Movement in Postwar American Fiction
35414_1-2Critical EssayAdrian HunterObscured Hurts: The Civil War Writing of Henry James and Ambrose Bierce
35514_1-2Critical EssaySara MartinThe Spirit of World War I: Patricia Anthony’s Fland
35614_1-2Personal EssayJosh SopiarzLearning About War
35714_1-2Personal EssayBenjamin HansonParsons’ Lips
35814_1-2CommentaryDon KunzBarry Levinson’s Good Morning, Vietnam
35914_1-2CommentarySusan O'NeillThe Song of the Pawn
36014_1-2CommentaryWill HarrisVietnam: A Traveler’s Literary Companion
36114_1-2Editors ChoiceDonald AndersonA Memory of War, by Frederick Busch
36214_1-2ReviewsBooksThe Hill Fights
36315_1-2From The Editors DeskDonald AndersonOn the occasion of the 15th Anniversary of War, Literature & the Arts
36415_1-2MemoirPerry D. Luckettfrom Tempered Steel:Charles L. Byler Colonel James H
36515_1-2ArtworkLaura CarioRegarding the O’Brien Paintings
36615_1-2ArtworkBrandon Lingle (2.2m)Golden Elbow Reflections
36715_1-2FictionGeorge BandyThe Bread Watcher
36815_1-2FictionKim ChinqueeService
36915_1-2FictionAlexander BlackburnThe Physicist
37015_1-2FictionSam HalpertThe Best Day I Ever Had
37115_1-2FictionKathleen Toomey JabsThe Captain’s Daughter
37215_1-2FictionJoseph HullettTwo Stories
37315_1-2FictionLeonard CostopoulosSetting an Example
37415_1-2PoetryEllen BassPray for Peace
37515_1-2PoetryElaine BanderHonourable Discharge
37615_1-2PoetryThomas G. Palaima“As Told to Wallace Terry”
37715_1-2PoetryDale RitterbuschThe Air Force Plays Baseball near the South China Sea
37815_1-2PoetryJoseph T. CoxFathers and Sons
37915_1-2PoetryFintan L. DooleyTears and Wails: An Ode to the Survivor
38015_1-2PoetryLaurence GoldsteinThe Harlot Robed in War
38115_1-2PoetryJohn GilgunWar Economy
38215_1-2InterviewWilliam NewmillerA Real Good War Recollection and Conversation with Sam Halpert
38315_1-2Critical EssaySteven P. Liparulo“Incense and Ashes”: The Postmodern Work of Refutation in Three Vietnam War Novels
38415_1-2Critical EssayChristina JarvisThe Vietnamization of World War II in Slaughterhouse-Five and Gravity’s Rainbow
38515_1-2Critical EssayMark D. NoeWASPs and Other Pilots: Historical Context in Censored on Final Approach
38615_1-2Critical EssayMichael C. ScogginsJoseph Heller’s Combat Experiences in Catch-22
38715_1-2Critical EssayS. P. MacKenzieVictory from Defeat: The War Office and the making ofDunkirk (Ealing Films, 1958)
38815_1-2Critical EssayMimi Reisel GladsteinMr. Novelist Goes to War: Hemingway and Steinbeck as Front-line Correspondents
38915_1-2Personal EssayPaul WestThe Light Militia of the Lower Air
39015_1-2Personal EssayErica CaldwellBooks, Battle, Butterfly Weed
39115_1-2Personal EssayMartin NaparsteckHaving Been to War
39215_1-2Personal EssayDavid M. Berman Calling The Wandering Souls:a journey through the heartland of ethnic cleansing
39315_1-2Personal EssayJosé J. BarreraNo Man’s Land
39415_1-2CommentaryGlenn LeinbachCritical Thought and the Culture of the Fighter Pilot
39515_1-2CommentaryGlenn DayleyFamiliar Ghosts, New Voices: Tim O’Brien’s July, July
39615_1-2CommentaryBenjamin F. JonesLooking for Bernard Knox: Wa r r i o r, Ancient and Modern
39715_1-2Recall RosterD.A. BoxwellCompany K
39815_1-2Editors ChoiceJames H. MeredithThe Immensity of the Here and Now
39915_1-2ReviewsBooksGreat War History, Great War Myth: Brian Bond's Unquiet Western Front and the Role of Literature and Film
40016_1-2From The Editors DeskDonald Anderson
40116_1-2MemoirWJ ‘Jim’ HunterFrom Coastal Command to Captivity, introduced by Allan Hunter
40216_1-2MemoirMajor Richard C. SaterNotes from a Journal: Afghanistan, 11 Sept 2003-7 Apr 2004
40316_1-2FictionRon SandvikFalling With Style: The 17th Draft of a Videoplay to be Produced Upon My Death and Played For My Children
40416_1-2FictionGary Millsfrom At All Costs
40516_1-2FictionWayne KarlinThe American Reader
40616_1-2FictionTim ParrishOrderly
40716_1-2FictionTerry P. RizzutiWillis
40816_1-2FictionLucy BucknellThe Kite
40916_1-2FictionMelinda BraunThe Cost of Living
41016_1-2FictionPam UllmanNo Safe Distance
41116_1-2PoetryDale RitterbuschThree Poems
41216_1-2PoetryDana GioiaFour Poems
41316_1-2PoetryMary Elizabeth LangTwo Poems
41416_1-2PoetryKyle TorkeTwo Poems
41516_1-2PoetryThomas DukesWriting Daddy
41616_1-2PoetrySuzanne R. ThurmanPoint of View
41716_1-2PoetryMarlene HannaQuicksand
41816_1-2PoetryPaula PanzarellaDesert Rose
41916_1-2PoetryJeffrey C. AlfierPaleo Warrior at Blackwater Draw
42016_1-2PoetryRawdon TomlinsonTwo Poems
42116_1-2PoetryShelley W. MooreThe First Woman Marine
42216_1-2PoetryJim SimmermanAt the Peace March
42316_1-2Critical EssayJackson A. Niday, IIA Rhetoric of Trauma in 9-11 Stories: A Critical Reading of Ulrich Baer’s 110 Stories
42416_1-2Critical EssayEdward Gillin JoshuaLawrence Chamberlain and the Old Soldier of The Country of the Pointed Firs 
42516_1-2Critical EssayDorlea RikardPatriotism, Propaganda, Parody, and Protest: The Music of Three American Wars
42616_1-2Critical EssayMarcia Phillips McGowan“A Nearer Approach to the Truth”: Mary Borden’s Journey Down a Blind Alley
42716_1-2Critical EssayCasey ClaboughConfronting Traumatic Anxiety: William Manchester’s Goodbye, Darkness 
42816_1-2Critical EssayMark DollarGhost Imagery in the War Poems of Siegfried Sassoon
42916_1-2Personal EssayJeff LoebBrisance
43016_1-2CommentaryW.D. EhrhartCarrying the Ghost of Ray Catina
43116_1-2CommentaryGlenn LeinbachEd Wood: Wounds, War, and Friendship
43216_1-2CommentaryLori A. Davis PerryWomen at the Front: American Nurses
43316_1-2Recall RosterDana GioiaThis Man’s Army by John Allan Wyeth, Jr.
43416_1-2Editor's ChoiceLori A. Davis Perry Brave Enemies by Robert Morgan
43516_1-2ReviewsBooksBooks
43617_1-2Special FeatureWilliam NewmillerThe Navajo Code Talkers and Their Photographer
43717_1-2The Image of a HeroWill Wright & Carl PletschIntroduction
43817_1-2The Image of a HeroAaron B. O’ConnellSaving Private Lynch:A Hyperreal Hero in an Age of Postmodern Warfare
43917_1-2The Image of a HeroTracy SantaDrug/War: Anthony Loyd and the Hero(in) in Bosnia
44017_1-2The Image of a HeroAndreas MichelHeroes and Taboos: The Expansion of Memory in Contemporary Germany
44117_1-2The Image of a HeroRichard W. LempComic Metamorphosis of the (Anti) Hero in Roch Carrier’s WWII Novels
44217_1-2The Image of a HeroJames L. CookReproaching the Military Hero Sans Peur
44317_1-2The Image of a HeroRobert W. Burns"More Frail and Moral": The Wound of Fear in Philip Caputo's In the Forestof the Laughing Elephant
44417_1-2The Image of a HeroNadine Gingrich“Every Man Who Dies, Dies for You and Me. See You Be Worthy”: The Image of the Hero as Rhetorical Motivation in Unofficial War Propaganda, 1914-1918
44517_1-2The Image of a HeroDonald E. EnglishFrench Photographic Images of the Hero during World War One
44617_1-2TranslationsThomas McGuireFriends from Other Wars:Four Transcreative Translations
44717_1-2FictionKaren T. HartlineUnder Dead
44817_1-2FictionM. M. M. HayesLay of the Land
44917_1-2PoetryKaren HeadBad Girls, 1979
45017_1-2PoetryRobert LundayIn Praise of Babel
45117_1-2PoetryD.F. BrownThree Poems
45217_1-2PoetryRachel VigilThree Poems
45317_1-2PoetryW. D. EhrhartCoaching Winter Track in Time of War
45417_1-2PoetryJoseph T. CoxFirst Snow Fort Wayne
45517_1-2PoetryMarianne PoloskeyThree Poems
45617_1-2PoetryCyra S. DumitruTwo Poems
45717_1-2Critical EssayAlfred KernAbout Literary Wars
45817_1-2Critical EssayPaul R. CappucciDown from the Crow’s Nest: Herman Melville’s Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War
45917_1-2Critical EssayKarsten H. PiepWar as Proletarian Bildungsroman in Upton Sinclair’s Jimmie Higgins
46017_1-2Critical EssayCarla A. Fellers“What a Wonderful World”: The Rhetoric of the Official and the Unofficial in Good Morning, Vietnam
46117_1-2Critical EssayBernard von BothmerOliver Stone’s JFK: Political Assassination, Kennedy, and Vietnam
46217_1-2Critical EssayKevin FosterDisappearing Acts: Remembering the Victims of the Dirty War
46317_1-2Critical EssaySusanne Vees-GulaniTroubled Memories:Posttraumatic Stress, German Writers, and the Bombings of World War Two
46417_1-2Personal EssayBruce GuernseyNobody’s Home
46517_1-2Personal EssayCandace BlackProfessional Vet
46617_1-2Personal EssayJosh SopiarzHomecoming
46717_1-2CommentaryMichael S. NeibergMona Lisa’s Smile and the Writing of the Great War
46817_1-2CommentaryMorgan HarlowMartian Legacy: Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles
46917_1-2Recall RosterJeffrey C. AlfierRecall Roster
47017_1-2Editor's ChoiceLori A. Davis PerryLeadership at Trafalgar
47117_1-2ReviewsBooksBooks
47218_1-2From The Editors DeskDonald AndersonFrom the Editor’s Desk
47318_1-2Special FeaturePaul WestMy Father at War
47418_1-2Special FeatureGloria Emerson (1929–2004)Rememberances by W.D. Ehrhart, Wayne Karlin, and John Balaban
47518_1-2Special FeatureWilliam NewmillerVoices
47618_1-2ArtworkRoy HaleyAfghanistan: A Photo Essay
47718_1-2FictionRobert MacGowanMama’s Boy
47818_1-2PoetryJoseph T. CoxHomecoming
47918_1-2PoetryDale RitterbuschDaisy Carbine Mantra
48018_1-2PoetryJuan J. MoralesThree Poems
48118_1-2PoetryBrian TurnerThree Poems
48218_1-2PoetryAmanda BuchholzProtesting Age
48318_1-2PoetryVivian ShipleyThree Poems
48418_1-2PoetryR.G. CantalupoLetter to a Fiction Writer
48518_1-2PoetryCharles Cantalupo and Ghirmai NegashTwo Translations
48618_1-2PoetryRochelle MassRockaway Parkway and Rosh Ha’ayin
48718_1-2PoetryJohn BenskoThree Poems
48818_1-2PoetryJohn GriswoldI Didn’t Know
48918_1-2PoetryPatricia J. MottolaTwo Poems
49018_1-2PoetryJeffrey C. AlfierThe Wintering
49118_1-2PoetryJason W. SelbyCommandment
49218_1-2PoetryGerald McCarthyTwo Poems
49318_1-2Critical EssayClare Emily Clifford“Before I Was Domesticated”: Delivering the Vietnam Moment in the Fatherhood Poetry of Bruce Weigl and John Balaban
49418_1-2Critical EssayMichael Schaefer“Heroes Had No Shame in Their Lives”: Manhood, Heroics, and Compassion in The Red Badge of Courage and “A Mystery of Heroism”
49518_1-2Critical EssayElizabeth Oldman“Against such hellish mischief fit to oppose”: A Grotian Reading of Milton’s War in Heaven
49618_1-2Critical EssayJason S. RidlerDepleting Humanity: Environment, Technology, and the Air War in V. M. Yeates’ Winged Victory
49718_1-2Critical EssayJoseph Fruscione“One Tale, One Telling”: Parallelism, Influence, and Exchange between Faulkner’s The Unvanquished and Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls
49818_1-2Personal EssayScott TinleyIn search of the last protestor, approximately
49918_1-2Personal EssayJason ArmagostThings to Pack When You’re Bound for Baghdad
50018_1-2Personal EssayWilliam ChildressA Poet Remembers Korea
50118_1-2Personal EssayWayne KarlinWandering Souls
50218_1-2CommentarySteven W. McCartySouthern Magnolias
50318_1-2CommentaryThomas McGuireThe Flow of War, Suffering and Time Measured in the River-Run of Dale Ritterbusch’s Lyric Poetry
50418_1-2CommentaryAlex VernonWar’s Return
50518_1-2CommentaryJesse GatlinThe Atomic Times
50618_1-2CommentaryKeith R. HerrmannThe War of Words
50718_1-2Editor's ChoiceLori A. Davis PerryHenry V Before Shakespeare
50818_1-2ReviewsBooksReviews
50919_1-2Special FeatureDale Ritterbusch with  Jackson A. Niday, IINine Poems, followed by Democracyand Literature: A Conversation
51019_1-2Special FeatureMarnie Warren“As I write this, I am crying”: Children’s Letters to Iraq
51119_1-2ArtworkBenjamin BuschThe Art in War 
51219_1-2ArtworkStanley HorowitzRenditions 
51319_1-2FictionDavid BuchananThird Country Nationals
51419_1-2FictionAnthony BukoskiReport of the Guardian of the Sick
51519_1-2Book ExcerptMichael Sledgefrom Soldier Dead: How We Recover, Identify, Bury, and Honor Our Military Fallen
51619_1-2MemoirRon Sandvik “Panamax,”from Four Strings, Four Bullets
51719_1-2PoetryWilliam ChildressTwo Poems 
51819_1-2PoetryRob JacquesTwo Poems
51919_1-2PoetrySofia StarnesAnemones 
52019_1-2PoetryBrian C. FelderLooking for Bill Gray
52119_1-2PoetryAmy NawrockiBroken Treaties 
52219_1-2PoetryJosh BurgessThree Poems 
52319_1-2PoetryNoel CrookWar Photo 
52419_1-2PoetryJohn BalabanFor John Haag, Logger, Sailor, Housepainter, Poet, Professor, and Grower of Orchids
52519_1-2PoetryDavid KeplingerThe Lamp and the Mirror
52619_1-2PoetryThomas McGuireGarden Plots 
52719_1-2Critical EssayLeslie A. WerdenMemories of Yesterday and Tomorrow: Familial Legacies in Titus and All My Sons
52819_1-2Critical EssayJason S. RidlerWar in the Precious Graveyard: Death through the Eyes of Guy Sajer
52919_1-2Critical EssayMatthew B. HillThe Dream from Which No One Wakes: Jarrell, Dreams, and War
53019_1-2Critical EssayNils ClaussonSassoon’s Prose Trench Lyric and the Romantic Tradition: The Ending of Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man
53119_1-2Critical EssayAlex Moffett“We Will Remember Them”: The Poetic Rewritings of Lutyens’ Cenotaph
53219_1-2Critical EssayDavid YostSkins Before Reputations: Subversions of Masculinity in Ambrose Bierce and Stephen Crane
53319_1-2Critical EssayJerry M. LongFrom Gilgamesh to Fatwas: Reading the Ideology of al-Qaida as Epic
53419_1-2Critical EssayDouglas HigbeeSiegfried Sassoon, Fellow-traveler: Poetry, Socialism, and the British Veterans’ Movement
53519_1-2Personal EssayJim KellyInstant Gandhi 
53619_1-2CommentaryPhilip BeidlerThe Invisible ARVN: The South Vietnamese Soldier in American Representations of the Vietnam War
53719_1-2CommentaryTamara Miner HaygoodPrisoner of War Memoirs of World War II: The European Theatre
53819_1-2CommentaryJames A. Moad IIRe-imagining the Past through Letters 
53919_1-2CommentaryCarl E. Bartecchi, M.D.How an Art Form (Photography) Influenced a Practice of Medicine
54019_1-2Editor's ChoiceWilliam NewmillerHadji Murád by Leo Tolstoy 
54119_1-2ReviewsBooksReviews
54220_1-2Special FeatureThomas G. BowieWar, Literature and the Arts 20th Anniversary Commentary Teaching Humanities at America’s Military Academies
54320_1-2Special FeatureBrian Hanley Why Studying the Literature of War is Important
54420_1-2Special FeatureThomas Vargish War & Literature: A Reciprocity
54520_1-2Special FeatureThomas McGuire War Literature, the Constitution, and Fostering Reluctant Killers
54620_1-2Special FeatureDonald AndersonWhen War Becomes Personal
54720_1-2Special FeatureGeoffrey Galt HarphamThe Depths of the Heights: Reading Conrad with America’s Soldiers
54820_1-2Special FeatureMax Despain Telling True War Stories
54920_1-2ArtworkJerry KykiszThe National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum, introduced and selected by Jerry Kykisz
55020_1-2InterviewJan Ellen Spiegel and Will HochmanBeyond War Poetry: War, Literature and the Heart of a Poet / An Interview with John Balaban
55120_1-2FictionSean MillerThe Lord’s Work
55220_1-2FictionJoseph Keith KreidelThe Colors of Redemption
55320_1-2FictionLaura Hope-Gill Psalm 51
55420_1-2FictionAndrea LewisAccelerated Biology
55520_1-2MemoirTony Thang NguyenIn Desperation
55620_1-2PoetryAndrew J. Kenney"Hey Man, How's Life?"
55720_1-2PoetryJohn BalabanFour Poems
55820_1-2PoetryChuck RybakPurple Heart
55920_1-2PoetryJohn KayTwo Poems
56020_1-2PoetryMarilyn KalletA Feast for Dogs and Birds
56120_1-2PoetryJehanne DubrowArgos
56220_1-2PoetryJames DeahlClay Jars
56320_1-2PoetryR. S. CarlsonSupply Run
56420_1-2PoetryLisa SiedlarzEnduring Freedom
56520_1-2PoetryEdward McCrorieFour Poems
56620_1-2PoetryYahya FredericksonKeeping My Father
56720_1-2PoetryJeffery C. AlfierMansfield Avenue
56820_1-2PoetryTom SheehanThe Municipal Subterranean
56920_1-2PoetryJoseph T. CoxSecond Tour
57020_1-2PoetryR. K. JohnstonEarth’s Next Era—The Age of Loneliness
57120_1-2PoetryWilliam ChildressWondering How James Dickey Died
57220_1-2Critical EssayWilliam V. Davis“Good Luck in Cracked Italian”: Richard Hugo in Italy
57320_1-2Critical EssayJohn Griswold“Praise to Those Still Coming Through On Song”: An Appreciation of John Balaban
57420_1-2Critical EssayThomas VargishThe Authority of Crises
57520_1-2Critical EssayMatthew TeoreyUnmasking the Gentleman Soldier in the Memoirs of Two Cross-Dressing Female U.S. Civil War Soldiers
57620_1-2Critical EssayTracy L. StraussTrauma’s Dialectic in Civil War Literature and Film
57720_1-2Critical EssayAnn EliasWar and the visual language of flowers: an antipodean perspective
57820_1-2Critical EssayRobert BlaskiewiczJames Jones on Guadalcanal
57920_1-2Critical EssayVerner D. MitchellA Family Answers the Call: Anita Scott Coleman, Literature, and War
58020_1-2Personal EssayConstantine EvansLegacy
58120_1-2CommentaryJames Gleason Bishop“she whose eyes are open forever”: Does Protest Poetry Matter?
58220_1-2CommentaryW. D. EhrhartWords for John Balaban
58320_1-2CommentaryThomas C. WareFiction Still Fights the Civil War: “It Ain’t Over Though It’s Over”
58420_1-2Editor's ChoiceDonald AndersonSoldier Talk
58520_1-2ReviewsBooksReviews
58621_1-2Special FeatureByron J. CalhounCaptain Vere as Outsider and Insider: Military Leadership in Billy Budd, Sailor
58721_1-2Special FeatureBrandon LingleColby Buzzell’s My War: An Outsider’s Voice from Inside Iraq
58821_1-2Special FeatureElizabeth MathiasA Memorial to Forgetting: Libbie Custer’s re-vision of General Custer’s legacy
58921_1-2ArtworkJim PollockUS Army Soldier-Artist in Vietnam
59021_1-2InterviewThomas McGuire/Robert MezeyWar, Tradition, Iconoclastic Talent: a conversation with Robert Mezey
59121_1-2FictionGary McLouthSigns
59221_1-2FictionAlexander BlackburnIn the Country of the Blind
59321_1-2FictionJesse GoolsbyWhat My Dead Wife Should Know
59421_1-2FictionJames HarmonHarley in Beni
59521_1-2FictionJohn HaggertyTumbleweeds
59621_1-2FictionTrisha GuillebeauSweat, Mud, Moonshine
59721_1-2PoetryJohn MinczeskiA Letter to Serafin
59821_1-2PoetryDavid KeplingerThree Poems
59921_1-2PoetryJohn GuzlowskiNight in the Labor Camp
60021_1-2PoetryR.G. CantalupoCasualty
60121_1-2PoetryRoberty MezeyHow Much Longer?
60221_1-2PoetryRobert GreeneBand of Aides
60321_1-2PoetryChristopher Jane CorkeryTeaching “To the Lighthouse”
60421_1-2PoetryLisa SiedlarzTea with Elders
60521_1-2Critical EssayAdam H. Wood“Crimson Blotches on the Pages of the Past”: Histories of Violence in Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage
60621_1-2Critical EssayN.E. AndersonWriting War: An Analysis and Deconstruction of the Contemporary Combat Memoir in Nathaniel Fick’s One Bullet Away
60721_1-2Critical EssayJohn Whittier-FergusonAlways a War Poet: Randall Jarrell and the Returns of Twentieth-Century War
60821_1-2Critical EssayTy HawkinsViolent Death as Essential Truth in Dispatches: Re-Reading Michael Herr’s “secret history” of the Vietnam War
60921_1-2Critical EssayScott HalesMarching Through Memory: Revising Memory in E. L. Doctorow’s The March
61021_1-2Critical EssayLayne NeeperBetween the Wars: Stephen Wright’s The Amalgamation Polka and Meditations in Green
61121_1-2Critical EssayPeter SchecknerRenegades in the Literature of War: From Homer to Heller
61221_1-2Critical EssayElizabeth J. Wright“We Are All Responsible”: Post-World War I Parenting and the Politics of Memory in Dorothy Canfield Fisher’s The Deepening Stream
61321_1-2Critical EssayWilliam J. SearleTransition, Tradition, and the Individual Talent in Ma Van Khang’s Against the Flood
61421_1-2Critical EssayThomas VargishTechnology and Impotence in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
61521_1-2Creative NonfictionGary MillsUp-Armored
61621_1-2CommentaryAndrea Trocha-Van NortToo Sexy for a Veil?
61721_1-2CommentaryKristen R. LoydAn England Worth Saving: The Domestication of World War II Propaganda in Pride and Prejudice
61821_1-2CommentaryW.D. EhrhartSamuel Exler: The Poet as Historian
61921_1-2CommentaryPhilip BeidlerRemembering On the Beach
62021_1-2CommentaryTerry P. RizzutiArt As Therapy: The Biography of a Novel
62121_1-2CommentaryMax DespainHow War Becomes Love: Donovan Campbell’s Memoir Joker One
62221_1-2CommentarySonja PasquantonioI Dream My Brother Plays Baseball
62321_1-2ReviewsBooksBooks
62422_1-2Novel ExcerptDavid Rabefrom Girl by the Road at Night
62522_1-2ArtworkCraig F. Walkerfrom “Ian Fisher: American Soldier” the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography
62622_1-2Special FeatureJohn BalabanThe Invisible Powers
62722_1-2FictionPatrick HicksThe Lazarus Bomb
62822_1-2FictionJesse GoolsbyStepfather
62922_1-2FictionS.L. MillerKeeping Watch
63022_1-2FictionJ. Scott SmithMarch 25th
63122_1-2FictionJacob M. AppelThe Tear Sower
63222_1-2FictionJay A. Moad IIOur Ghost
63322_1-2FictionAnthony BukoskiThe Six Purposes of Drill
63422_1-2PoetryJames Gleason BishopSitting on the Veterans’ Memorial at the Corner of Main Street and Route 22, July 3, 1972, Not Thinking About Walter Cronkite
63522_1-2PoetryWill BadgerAfghani Chai
63622_1-2PoetryCari Grindem-CorbettConstellations
63722_1-2PoetryThomas H. PateEvery Spray of Blood a Blessing
63822_1-2PoetryHenry HughesVicki’s Grandfather
63922_1-2PoetryBeverly A. TiftIn Memory Of All Things Past
64022_1-2PoetryThomas McGuireHeirloom Photograph
64122_1-2PoetryW.D. EhrhartRedipuglia
64222_1-2PoetryLaren McClungCounting the Dead
64322_1-2PoetryAbby E. MurrayCorners of the Ceiling
64422_1-2Critical EssayDavid LawrenceHeroic Act of Witness: Dexter Filkins’ Forever War
64522_1-2Critical EssayByron CalhounTobias Wolff ’s Search for Heroism
64622_1-2Critical EssayBrandon LingleJon Krakauer’s Where Men Win Glory: Pat Tillman as American Epic Hero
64722_1-2Critical EssayThomas E. BardenUrban Legends in Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried
64822_1-2Critical EssayKimberly SochaOutside the Reign of Logic, Outside the Reach of God: Hester Panim in the Surreal Art of Paul Celan and Samuel Bak
64922_1-2Critical EssayThomas VargishConrad’s “The Secret Sharer”: A Private Ethics of Leadership
65022_1-2Critical EssayKevin PatrickThe Forgotten Few: The Portrayal of Aerial Combat in Australian Fiction
65122_1-2Critical EssayFlorian Schwieger“Loyalty gleaming, guns screaming”: William T. Vollmann’s Europe Central and the Memory of Stalingrad
65222_1-2Critical EssayThomas A. HorneGoliath In the Valley of Elah
65322_1-2Personal EssayMichail W. MulveyShort
65422_1-2Personal EssayRebecca KannerSafety
65522_1-2CommentaryRoss GreshamThe Memory Hole is Us
65622_1-2CommentaryAlex VernonYour War is My War Too
65722_1-2CommentaryJeff CollinsWays of War: Reading Frank Harvey’s Vietnam Experiences for Emotional Truth in a Digital Age
65822_1-2Editor's ChoiceJames Gleason Bishop“We Should Know These People We Bury in the Earth”: Brian Turner’s Radical Message
65922_1-2ReviewsBooksReviews
67723_1-2MemoirMatthew BrockBright Nothing
68423_1-2ArtworkJerry KykiszTrauma & Metamorphosis
68523_1-2FictionMichael Martone Thucydides at Syracuse
68623_1-2FictionNicholas PoluhoffAt The Wall
68723_1-2FictionErin PringleThis Bomb My Heart
68823_1-2FictionDavid AbramsKnown Unknowns
68923_1-2FictionKatey SchultzThree Fictions
69023_1-2FictionLaTanya McQueenFlash to Bang
69123_1-2FictionNahid RachlinHealing
69223_1-2FictionChristopher LoweDunn’s River Falls
69323_1-2FictionBobbi NicoteraCecylia
69423_1-2Author SpotlightKathleen HarringtonSiobhan Fallon interviewed 
69523_1-2PoetryElijah ImlayDeer Running Backwards
69623_1-2PoetryWilliam Virgil DavisThe Messengers
69723_1-2PoetryJoseph BathantiCoach Wheeler Tapes My Ankles
69823_1-2PoetryDale RitterbuschAssyrian Lament
69923_1-2Critical EssayFlorian Schwieger“Loyalty gleaming, guns screaming”: William T. Vollmann’s Europe Central and the Memory of Stalingrad
70023_1-2Critical EssayThomas A. HorneGoliath In the Valley of Elah
70123_1-2Critical EssayCatherine RolenSeeing Signs and Telling War Stories: Recognizing Trauma Symptoms and the Role of Narrative in Recovery
70223_1-2Critical EssayDaniel McKayStrolling Down Memory Pain: Oral Histories and the New Zealand Far East Prisoner of War Novel
70323_1-2Critical EssayMarcia Phillips McGowan“Have I No Sanctuary to Defend?” The Great War Sonnets of Mary Borden
70423_1-2Critical EssayNils ClaussonCharles Yale Harrison’s “Little-Known Minor Masterpiece”: Generals Die in Bed, Modernism, and the Canon of World War I Fiction
70523_1-2Critical EssayAndrew M. MilzOf Cavalries, Calvaries, and Wilfred Owen’s “Greater Love”
70623_1-2Critical EssayGeoffrey WrightAcknowledging Experience: Pork Chop Hill and the Geography of the Korean War
70723_1-2Critical EssayRussell BrickeyTurning Away From the Blast: Forms of Nuclear Protest Poetry
70823_1-2Critical EssayJonathan LighterBattle Cry Revisited: “Don’t Worry, Mom, Everything is Going to be All Right”
70923_1-2Critical EssayMartin Buinicki and David Owens“De-Anthologizing Ambrose Bierce: A New Look at ‘What I Saw of Shiloh.’”
71023_1-2Critical EssayBrian DillonThe Last Visitor: Idiosyncratic Bereavement in Julian Barnes’ WWI Story “Evermore”
71123_1-2Personal EssayR.B. MorenoWhat Happened Yesterday in Baghdad
71223_1-2Personal EssayTeri CarterWar College
71323_1-2Personal EssayLeila LevinsonCracking Open the Silence
71423_1-2Personal EssayJoseph Bathanti Half of What I Say Is Meaningless
71523_1-2CommentaryRobin JacksonHermann Gross: subversive Luftwaffe artist
71623_1-2CommentaryEdward A. DoughertyMemories of the Future: The Poetry of Sadako Kurihara and Hiromu Morishita
71723_1-2CommentaryEdward F. PalmThe Quiet American Revisited: Orientalism Reconsidered
71823_1-2CommentaryAdam C. Wolfe Athens vs. Sparta: the Academic-Military Divide
71923_1-2ReviewsReviewsBooks
72024_1-2MemoirRolf YngveThree Tips For Those Returning from Deployments: a memoir
72124_1-2MemoirDavid D. Butler“Long Time Gone:” The Year Dirty Harry Was Shot
72224_1-2MemoirLeigh CuenFresh Meat
72324_1-2FictionJ.W.M. MorganAtomic Blizzard
72424_1-2FictionDan Moreau108 Degrees Under Partly Cloudy Skies
72524_1-2FictionSierra BellowsThe City We Lived In After the War
72624_1-2FictionMichael LundHow to Not Tell a War Story
72724_1-2Author SpotlightBenjamin Buschfrom Dust to Dust: A Memoir
72824_1-2Author SpotlightBrian Turner Interviewed by Patrick HicksBrian Turner interviewed by Patrick Hicks
72924_1-2Author SpotlightBen Fountain Interviewed by David Lawrence Ben Fountain Interviewed by David Lawrence
73024_1-2PoetryRich MurphyNo Cheating
73124_1-2PoetryCaroline A. LeblancMission Creep  
73224_1-2PoetryDavid RiddleDarkest Congo
73324_1-2PoetryBeverly A. TiftODS Slideshow (1991)
73424_1-2PoetryNancy ArbuthnotWar Haiku
73524_1-2PoetryRandall MartocciaWar Cam
73624_1-2PoetryColin MortonBattle Fatigue
73724_1-2PoetryHugh MartinRaid
73824_1-2PoetrySandra SoliBirmingham Etudes, 1943
73924_1-2PoetryDavid SullivanKanan Majeed, Lawyer
74024_1-2PoetryChristhopher Lee MilesBracing for Threnodies
74124_1-2PoetryAmy TudorMathew B. Brady Shows His Last Photograph
74224_1-2PoetryEd MeekThe Lottery
74324_1-2PoetryGregg MossonLetter by a French Soldier, 1916, Found at Verdun
74424_1-2PoetryBrian JacksonThe Snows of August
74524_1-2PoetryArjun Rajendran The “Fallout” Poem
74624_1-2PoetryDaniel Rifenburgh Requital for Fire
74724_1-2PoetryH.C. PalmerBreak Room at the Ammo Plant
74824_1-2PoetrySteve StraightThe Flag of Cucumber
74924_1-2PoetryLisa Bernstein (Lisa B)The New War
75024_1-2PoetryJack VianLike a Mall of Moths Bereft
75124_1-2PoetryEdward McCroriePoet Arrested on Pier
75224_1-2PoetryGregory StentaLecture on Stalingrad
75324_1-2PoetryBrian EdwardsAcoustic Shadows
75424_1-2PoetrySofia StarnesO Vivifying Bones
75524_1-2PoetryJoseph T. CoxSo Badly Prepared for Life
75624_1-2PoetryGretchen KoenigDeep Seas
75724_1-2PoetryDale Ritterbusch Ice Bowl
75824_1-2PoetryLyn Lifshin Under A Crying Sky: a suite of poems
75924_1-2DramaThomas D. PrainoA Memorandum for Theater: Northern Italy, 25 July 1944
76024_1-2Creative NonfictionGerardo MenaPhalanx
76124_1-2Creative NonfictionJordan HayesThe Colonel’s Bicycle
76224_1-2Creative NonfictionDale RitterbuschA Mathematical Geography
76324_1-2Personal EssaySari M. BorenEscape
76424_1-2Personal EssayLaura Jean BakerYear of the Tiger
76524_1-2Personal EssayAnthony J. MohrInvasion USA
76624_1-2Personal EssayIan MillerThe Heights
76724_1-2Personal EssayWilliam CorleyAchilles Among the Maidens
76824_1-2Personal EssayTony GorryWar Stories
76924_1-2Personal EssayPaul Crenshaw When the War Began
77024_1-2Critical EssayMarzena Sokolowska-ParyzThe Narration and Visualization of Rape and the Inadvertent Subversion of the Anti-War Message in Brian De Palma’s Redacted and Casualties of War
77124_1-2Critical EssayGary Grieve-Carlson“The House-top”: Melville’s Poem of Force
77224_1-2Critical EssayAlireza FarahbakhshThe Anti-Modernist Quality of Ezra Pound’s The Fifth Decad of Cantos (Cantos XLII—LI)
77324_1-2Critical EssayWalter JonesGender as Colonial Exploitation in French Indochina: Concubines in Selected Pre-1965 Novels Published in or Translated to English
77424_1-2Critical EssayPinaki RoyPoet in Khaki: Alun Lewis and his Combat Writings
77524_1-2Critical EssayCasey Dué / Mary EbbottMothers-in-Arms: soldiers’ emotional bonds and Homeric similes
77624_1-2Critical EssayChristopher P. WilsonRidiculous Impingements of Normalcy: Home Fronts, Good Soldiers, War Correspondents
77724_1-2Critical EssayTravis L. MartinReality and Anti-Reality in WWI and WWII Memoirs
77824_1-2Critical EssayChloë HughesSwords into Words: Transformational War Literature for Young People
77924_1-2Critical EssayAnn EliasCamouflage and Surrealism
78024_1-2Critical EssayMaureen RyanInterpreters of Violence: Novels and Memoirs about Female Journalists of the Vietnam War
78124_1-2Critical EssayDavid KramerStrains of Failed Populism in Stephen Crane’s Spanish War Stories
78224_1-2Critical EssayTy HawkinsVietnam and Verisimilitude: Rethinking the Relationship between “Postmodern War” and Naturalism
78324_1-2CommentaryClaudia HoneywellPhiloctetes in Iraq
78424_1-2CommentaryPhilip BeidlerRalph Vaughan Williams’ Long Journey Out of War
78524_1-2CommentaryW.D. EhrhartPaul Fussell: A Remembrance
78624_1-2CommentaryAndrea Trocha-Van Nort Remembering Daniel Pearl, or West vs. West
78724_1-2CommentaryGregory M. DandelesLiberia’s Fourth Estate
78824_1-2ReviewsReviewsBooks
78910_sIntroductionJames H. Meredith and Patrick K.  Stephen Crane in War and Peace, introductory essay 
79010_sCritical EssayChristopher BenfeyTwo Cranes, Two Henrys
79110_sCritical EssayDavid TraxelStephen Crane & Richard Harding Davis—An Unlikely Friendship
79210_sCritical EssayJohn ClendenningVisions of War and Versions of Manhood
79310_sCritical EssayJames B. ColvertUnreal War in The Red Badge of Courage 
79410_sCritical EssayThomas Bonner, Jr.Experience and Imagination: Confluence in the War Fiction of Stephen Crane and Ambrose Bierce  
79510_sCritical EssayJohn C. OrrA Red Badge Signifying Nothing: Henry Fleming’s Corporate Self 
79610_sCritical EssayBenjamin F. FisherThe Red Badge of Courage under British Spotlights 
79710_sCritical EssayDonald Vanouseatastrophe Theory and Character Transformation in The Red Badge of Courage
79810_sCritical EssayRandal W. Allred“The Gilded Images of Memory”: The Red Badge of Courage and “The Veteran”
79910_sCritical EssayPatrick K. Dooley“A Wound Gives Strange Dignity To Him Who Bears It”: Stephen Crane’s Metaphysics of Experience
80010_sCritical EssayRobert M. Myers“The Subtle Battle Brotherhood”: The Construction of Military Discipline in The Red Badge of Courage
80110_sCritical EssayWilliam E. NewmillerThe Color of War: A Computer Analysis of Color in The Red Badge of Courage 
80210_sCritical EssayJacqueline Tavernier-CourbinHumor and Insight through Fallacy in Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage 
80310_sCritical EssayMichael RobertsonStephen Crane’s Other War Masterpiece 
80410_sCritical EssayHolger Kersten“The Pace of Youth” and the Phantoms of Hope
80510_sCritical EssayThomas A. GullasonModern Pictures of War in Stephen Crane’s Short Stories
80610_sCritical EssayGeorge Monteiro  John Hersey’s Guadalcanal Report: Drawing on Crane’s War  
80710_sCritical EssayMichael SchaeferLife During Wartime—and After: Thoughts on Stephen Crane’s Spitzbergen Tales 
80810_sCritical EssayCharlotte RichNora Black and The New Woman in Active Service
80910_sCritical EssayPatricia I. HeilmanStephen Crane’s Images of War in Fiction and Nonfiction 
81010_sCritical EssayPatrick K. DooleyStephen Crane: An Updated Annotated Bibliography of Secondary Scholarship
81425_1From The Editors DeskDonald AndersonSoldier Artists: Preserving the World
81525_1Special FeatureBen FountainSoldiers on the Fault Line: War, Rhetoric and Reality
81625_1MemoirBrian DuchaneyThe Man I Killed
81725_1MemoirBonnie CostelloInventory: Encounter with a Father's Memories of War
81825_1MemoirLouis Ferraro DeretchinTwo Armies, One Family
81925_1FictionElliot SandersFar From Kansas
82025_1FictionEdward DesautelsThe Rapture of Sorrowful Things
82125_1FictionRobert EarleFrom the Truman Balcony
82225_1FictionMike DiChristina1001 Ways to Die
82325_1FictionDavid J. MorrisThe Counterfactualist
82425_1FictionOlivia Kate CerroneWho's Crazy?
82525_1FictionRoman SkaskiwConvoy Home
82625_1Editor's ChoiceKathleen HarringtonFire and Forget
82725_1Critical Essay IE. San Juan, Jr.War in the Filipino Imagination: Filipino Writers in the United States Wrestling with the Minotaur
82825_1Critical Essay IAdam Gilbert"And the fire still burns": Vietnam War Poetry, Moral Witness and Winning Hearts and Minds
82925_1Critical Essay INatalie Carter"Always Something of It Remains": Sexual Trama in Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls
83025_1Critical Essay IAnna HaiderPat Barker's Liminal Figures of War Trauma: Mr. Hyde, Antiprosopon and Cryptophore
83125_1Critical Essay IEzekiel BlackMouthlessness and Ineffability in World War I Poetry and The WasteLand
83225_1Critical Essay IMaureen RyanCracks in the System: Children in Contemporary Narratives about the 1960s in America
83325_1Critical Essay IIQuan Manh HaPower and Gender Relations in When Heaven and Earth Changed Places
83425_1Critical Essay IIDan AllawatLarry Brown's Dirty Work: Telling the Truth About the Vietnam War Through Fiction
83525_1Critical Essay IIPhilip D. BeidlerThe Great Party-Crasher: Mrs Dalloway, The Great Gatsby and the Cultures of World War I Remembrance
83625_1Critical Essay IIRobert FicocielloCrane's Episode Among Episodes in American War Discourse
83725_1Critical Essay IIKerry SoperThe Comics Go To War
83825_1Critical Essay IIKathleen Béres RogersEmbodied Sympathy and Divine Detachment in Crimean War Medical Poetry
83925_1Critical Essay IIDavid KramerImperium in Imperio: Sutton Grigg's Imagined War of 1898
84025_1Poetry IHC PalmerTwo Poems
84125_1Poetry ITerry HauptmanTwo Poems
84225_1Poetry IPat Hanahoe-DoschThe Unnamed Ones
84325_1Poetry IDavid Cravensvengeance
84425_1Poetry IThomas Bonner, Jr.The Navigator
84525_1Poetry IJ. T. LedbetterFire Fight: 1970 (Xuan Loc Province)
84625_1Poetry IAnthony RobbinsHitler in Japan
84725_1Poetry IPatrick WalshMeditations of a Sniper
84825_1Poetry ITony SimsSoldier
84925_1Poetry ICahy Linh CheThree Poems
85025_1Poetry IIBunkong TuonFragments
85125_1Poetry IIMartin OttSoldiers in the Dark
85225_1Poetry IIHolly DayTwo Poems
85325_1Poetry IIBrian Thornton10 o'clock News
85425_1Poetry IIGerard BeirneMeditation # 42: The Commotion of My Passing
85525_1Poetry IICarol Lynn GrellasAnn Frank's Diary Speaks
85625_1Poetry IIMathew BrennanThe Tigris River
85725_1Poetry IIAmanda NewellTwo Poems
85825_1Poetry IIJim PlathCold Harbor, 1864 and Other Songs We Don't Sing
85925_1Poetry IIGbriella R. TallmadgeSuffering Says
86025_1Poetry IIITara BallardHow Do I Write to You about Minefields?
86125_1Poetry IIIPeter VanderbergLost at Sea: Midnight-0400 watch
86225_1Poetry IIINaomi GlassmanJohn's Gospel
86325_1Poetry IIIShitsugane OlemboThe Courtyard
86425_1Poetry IIIM. K. SukachThree Poems
86525_1Poetry IIIDavid VancilFallen Pony
86625_1Poetry IIIR.G. CantalupoFour Poems
86725_1Poetry IIIAmy MarengoFirewood Patrol
86825_1Author SpotlightCandice L. PipesFlashes of War by Katey Shultz
86925_1Author SpotlightThomas G. Bowie, Jr. & Nathan MatlockStories Matter: a conversation with Alex Kershaw
87025_1Author SpotlightDavid LawrenceFobbit by David Abrams
87125_1Author SpotlightM.K. SukachWar Reporter by Dan O'Brien
87225_1ArtworkDerek ElandThe Afghanistan Diary Room Project
87325_1Creative NonfictionBen MamrothShell Shocked
87425_1Personal EssayClaudia HoneywellStreet Life
87525_1Personal EssayFrank LightThree Times a Charm
87625_1CommentaryCaleb S. CageOn Chickenshit
87725_1CommentaryKatherine PlichtaRemembered and Reimagined: The Literature of War
87825_1CommentaryDaniel ClaytonThey were soldiers, just like us..
87925_1ReviewsReviewsBooks
93126From The Editor's DeskDonald AndersonYou Can’t Come Home Again: Phil Klay’s Redeployment
93226MemoirWayne KarlinExcerpts from the Memoir of Trần Văn Thủy
93326MemoirJohn BalabanSaying Goodbye to General Giap
93426MemoirDavid A. WillsonTet, Seattle, February 1968
93526MemoirJason ArmentA Bridge to Nowhere
93626MemoirDeborah DeFrankThe Jacket
93726MemoirGloria DycThe Ceremony
93826MemoirNolan PetersonScars
93926MemoirMarc LevyKlinic in Zurichberg
94026MemoirRobert Joe StoutThe War in Words
94126FictionAndrew SlaterThe Cold
94226FictionElliot AckermanHometown Heroes
94326FictionGerard J. CarisioResolved
94526FictionSteven McGregorBy the Aqueduct
94626FictionDennis KennedyUnderway Replenishment
94726FictionFrank ScozzariToo Old for War
94826FictionJ. Alan MontroseOrders
94926FictionJ. Malcolm GarciaWhat Do You Do?
95026Creative NonfictionPaul Van DykeA Sliver of Blue
95126Editor's ChoiceKathleen HarringtonSparta: a conversation with Roxana Robinson
95226Special FeatureRoxana RobinsonSparta
95326Author SpotlightMatthew HeftiThe Long Walk: a conversation with Brian Castner
95426Author SpotlightJesse GoolsbyThe Book of Duels: a conversation with Michael Garriga
95526ArtworkGiuseppe PellicanoLeft. Left. Left, Right, Left
95626ArtworkEd DrewAfghanistan, Combat Zone Tintype
95726Poetry IMichael Caseydeploy deploy
95826Poetry IMichael ShorbGods of War
95926Poetry IJoseph BathantiTwo Poems
96026Poetry IWilliam MullenEight Turners
96126Poetry IHerbert EnglehardtFive Poems
96226Poetry IKerry RawlinsonIn Flanders’ Shadow (plus artwork, original photos by Nathan Jones)
96326Poetry IAmanda NowakowskiThe War
96426Poetry IBrandon CourtneyMalaria Tent, Pleiku, 1964
96526Poetry IKya ReavesA Woman at War
96626Poetry IIAdrie KusserowTwo Poems
96726Poetry IIStephen GibsonWWII
96826Poetry IIRebecca Morgan FrankThe Last Time I Saw Manila
96926Poetry IIBrad KavoThe Cliffs of Colleville-sur-Mer
97026Poetry IIE.M. SchorbThe Bosian Cherry
97126Poetry IIKevin BoyleUnruh
97226Poetry IIJohn GuzlowskiTwo Poems
97326Poetry IIBrian PalsSomething about an eyelash
97426Poetry IIBonnie MaurerThe Poem Stands on its Head by the Window
97526Poetry IIITim LynchLiving in the Killing Fields: In the Tank to Phnom Penh
97626Poetry IIICharlie BondhusTwo Poems
97726Poetry IIIdonnarkevicBurying the War Dead
97826Poetry IIIBenjamin GoluboffThe Fairy Fleet at Fredericksburg
97926Poetry IIIJesse MoralesMap of Leaving
98026Poetry IIIMajda GamaTwo Poems
98126Poetry IIIMatthew BoulayTwo Poems
98226Creative NonfictionNicholas MercurioLucky
98326Creative NonfictionLyra HilliardWhen I Have Your Wounded
98426Creative NonfictionMatthew James BabcockMy Nazi Dagger
98526Creative NonfictionThomas SimkoThe Long Goodbye
98626Personal EssayMichael CaligarisShoebox
98726Personal EssayTrish GwynnMine
98826Personal EssayMicah FieldsZeh Mutaasif Yum
98926Personal EssayJ. Scott SmithPoly Trauma
99026Critical Essay ICandice L. PipesThe Impossibility of Home
99126Critical Essay IThomas VargishPostmodern Authority
99226Critical Essay ITravis L. MartinWar, Witness, Modernisn and David Jones’s Subversive Voice
99326Critical Essay IJohn SavoieSniping, Psalming, Saving: American Soldier, Biblical Warrior, and the Mysteries of Salvation in Saving Private Ryan
99426Critical Essay IIan A. Isherwood“To fly is more fascinating than to read about flying”: British R.F.C. Memoirs of the First World War, 1918-1939
99526Critical Essay IJonathan SnyderThe “Make-Believe” War: Necessary Fictionalizing in Alexander Gardner’s Photographic Sketch Book of the Civil War
99626Critical Essay IAlison M. JohnsonSam Hughes as a Second Generation Trauma Victim in Bobbie Ann Mason’s In Country
99726Critical Essay IIChristopher BarkerHemingway’s Death in the Afternoon and the Fear of Death in War
99826Critical Essay IIPritha KunduThe Anglo-Saxon War-Culture and The Lord of the Rings: Legacy and Reappraisal
99926Critical Essay IIBen TownsendOn the Front Lines of an Empire: The Rhetoric of Poetry of the First World War
100026Critical Essay IIBarbara KowalczukMy Lai’s “Fucking Flies!”: The Stigmata of Trauma in Tim O’Brien’s In the Lake of the Woods
100126Critical Essay IIPinaki RoySidney Keyes: The War Poet “Who Groped for Death”
100226Critical Essay IISara Deutch SchotlandSoldiers of Conscience: The Conscientious Objector as (Anti) War Hero
100326Critical Essay IIKevin FosterDeploying the Dead: Combat Photography, Death and the Second World War in the USA and the Soviet Union
100426CommentaryDavid BuchananThey Call it the Hajji Mall
100526CommentaryJulien MathonnièreWar tales that blur the lines but extol the truth
100626CommentaryLevi BollingerA Broader Scope
100726CommentaryKatherine PlichtaThe Most Vital Phenomena
100826CommentaryKristin G. Kelly“This Is a Language Made of Blood”: Speaking of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Strip Malls
100926ReviewsReviewsBooks
101026ReviewsReviewsFilms
101126MemoirMatthew Komatsu31 North 64 East
101226Poetry IIIWilliam VarnerThree Poems
101326Critical Essay IElizabeth RichardsThe End of Innocence: The Effects of the Civil War on Children in the Paintings of Eastman Johnson
101426MemoirMichael SelzerA Jew Goes To Berlin
101526Poetry IIIAdam GraafBlackwater Bridge
101827From The Editor's DeskDonald AndersonWar Chatter
101927Editor's ChoiceKathleen HarringtonNo Man’s War: a conversation with Angela Ricketts
102027Special FeatureBrian TurnerThe 9th Annual David L. Jannetta Distinguished Lecture in War, Literature & the Arts
102127MemoirMalinda FillingimWars, Newr and Far
102227MemoirAdina SipermanArmy Wife
102327MemoirJulie Wittes SchlackSigns
102427MemoirAlyssa MartinoFree Falling Soldier
102527MemoirSamuel F. LancktonEveryone Breaks
102627MemoirLarry SchreiberNong Chan Camp, 1980 (Rice in her Mouth)
102727FictionThomas BonnerFront Lines
102827FictionAndrew McLeanSinjar
102927FictionClaudia HauerTake What You Get
103027Author SpotlightThomas G. McGuireA Conversation with Brian Turner
103127Author SpotlightSean PurioPatrick Hicks’s The Commandant of Lubizec
103227Author SpotlightThomas G. McGuireA Conversation with Bryan Doerries
103327Author SpotlightBrandon LingleA Conversation with Jesse Goolsby
103427ArtworkBrandon LingleThe Art of Richard Johnson
103527PoetryVincent CasaregolaContrails
103627PoetryBarbara PresnellHow to Cuss in French
103727PoetryDavid K. VaughanDak To II
103827PoetryDonald WelchTwo Poems
103927PoetryDan O’BrienThree Poems
104027PoetryLevi BollingerSestina for Finn
104127PoetryA. M. GwynnBlood and Water
104227PoetryH. C. PalmerResurrection (A Fable)
104327PoetryDale RitterbuschFour Poems
104427PoetryPhillip PittsNo God for Dog
104527PoetryKassandra MontagTwo Poems
104627PoetryJimmy PappasTwo Poems
104727PoetryGreg McBrideResearch Dermatologist and I, the Army Photographer
104827PoetryKim MalinowskiGreat Uncle
104927PoetryMichael H. LevinBougainville
105027PoetryChristopher LockeEcotours, Ltd.
105127PoetryAdam GraafTwo Poems
105227PoetryD. A. GrayNegative Space
105327PoetryWilliam HudsonAfter Nam
105427PoetryAnne HohensteinWhen They Found You
105527PoetryLisa Gray FisherThe Double
105627PoetryP. H. CrosbyFrench’s Field II
105727PoetryTaylor CollierMutilations: Custer
105827PoetryAmber AdamsMedevac
105927PoetryAileen BassisVukovar Walls
106027PoetryNancy BoutilierSweeping
106127PoetryD. Brian AndersonTwo Poems
106227PoetryDavid KeplingerThree Poems
106327PoetryPatrick GordonFull Bird in Flight
106427Creative NonfictionThomas D. PrainoThe Cave of Clay Urns
106527Creative NonfictionFrank LightOld School New School
106627Creative NonfictionPaul CrenshawThe Hornet Among Us
106727Creative NonfictionJuliet BarneyIn Observance
106827Personal EssayJ. F. NewmanWhat a Hammer Can Do
106927Personal EssayBrooke N. KingDogtags
107027Critical EssayKathy PhillipsMass Nakedness in the Imaginary of the Nazis
107127Critical EssayShane EmplaincourtJoyeux Noёl and Remembering the Christmas Truce of 1914
107227Critical EssayMartin T. Buinicki and David M. OwensThe Last Campaign of John Brown’s Body: West Point and America’s Forgotten Civil War Epic
107327Critical EssayMatthew HillMichael Casey’s Obscenities: A Critique of Workaday Brutality
107427Critical EssayJennifer HaytockWomen’s/War Stories: The Female Gothic and Women’s War Trauma in Helen Benedict’s Sand Queen
107527Critical EssayJoyce WexlerThe New Heroism
107627Critical EssayVivian ZenariHenry James’s Civil War Stories: The Homefront Experience and War Romance
107727Critical EssayRobert MagellaRupert Brooke and Isaac Rosenberg: Myth, Modernity, and the Destabilization of Georgian War Poetry
107827Critical EssaySarah Montin“Not Flowers for Poets’ tearful foolings”: First World War Poetry, flowers and the Pastoral Failure
107927Critical EssayPeter C. MolinA “Phrase Too Cute to Do Our Ugliness Justice”: Portraying “Wounded Warriors” in Contemporary War Fiction
108027Critical EssayDean KritikosThe Home Front Waste Land: Williams, Zukofsky, and Epistemology after Eliot
108127Critical EssayNina H. B. JørgensenResponding to the Effect of the Holocaust in the Present: A Comparison of Narrative Strategies in Time’s Arrow, A Blessing on the Moon, and The Reader
108227Critical EssayDavid KramerThe Spanish-American War as a Bourgeois Testing Ground: Richard Harding Davis, Frank Norris and Stephen Crane
108327Critical EssayHilary Lithgow“It’s All Good”: Forms of Belief and the Limits of Irony in David Finkel’s The Good Soldiers
108427Critical EssayMaria GeigerNo Trench Required: Validating the Voices of Female Poets of WWI
108527Critical EssayTy HawkinsBobbie Ann Mason’s The Girl in the Blue Beret: Aesthetic Experimentation, Evil, and American Cultural Memory of “The Good War”
108627Critical EssayRoss GriffinHistory with a Human Face: Creative Nonfiction and the Oral Histories of the Vietnam War
108727Critical EssayCarlos Villar FlorHappy Warriors in Arms: Aspects of military life in Evelyn Waugh’s Put Out More Flags and Sword of Honour
108827Critical EssayLaura Dunbar“I can soljer with any man”: The Post 9-11 Renaissance of James Jones
108927Critical EssayRance D. Denton“Most Distant and Most Dear”: Clausewitzian Conflicts in Kipling’s Barrack-Room Ballads
109027Critical EssayDaniel M. ClaytonWhitewashing WWII Sexual Memory
109127Critical EssayAnn EliasObliteration: the camouflaged body, Australia, and photography in modern war
109227CommentaryKatey SchultzOn Patriotism & the Language of GWOT
109327CommentaryCaleb S. CageHeroes and Victims
109427ReviewsReveiwsBooks
109527ReviewsReviewsFilms
109628From The Editor's DeskDonald AndersonTake a Message to Rumsfeld
109728Special FeatureAlex KershawThe 10th Annual David L. Jannetta Distinguished Lecture in War, Literature & the Arts
109828MemoirMike McCallisterA Death in Nicaragua
109928MemoirBarrett BowlinAs Is
110028MemoirMartin NaparsteckBefore Going to War
110128MemoirJohnathan BurgessChai Party
110228MemoirBobby BriggsService with a Smile
110328MemoirJeff LoebMeasuring the Seasons
110428FictionNazli ArtemiaThe Unicorn Story without an Ending
110528FictionDevin MurphyHow We Disappear
110628Editor's ChoiceSean PurioTongues, Tables, and Ears: A Conversation with John Guzlowski
110728Author SpotlightNicola BrookeThe Art of the Interview : Svetlana Alexievich’s Zinky Boys
110828Author SpotlightSean PurioCrossings and Connections: A Conversation with Elliot Ackerman
110928ArtworkColin HalloranVisual Art as Text: a conversation with WLA’s Art Director Brandon Lingle
111028ArtworkBen BrodyForeverstan: The Drawdown
111128PoetryJuleigh Howard-HobsonAfter the Whizbang 1917
111228PoetryJehanne DubrowThree Poems
111328PoetryDiana Lynn Fesko1968 Windsor Hotel Bangkok Death Valley
111428PoetryDale RitterbuschTwo Poems
111528PoetryMK SukachRaising the Dogs of War
111628PoetryFarzana MarieSonless
111728PoetryCindy VeachAt the Wall
111828PoetryRandy Brownfighting seasons
111928PoetryChristopher MahonPoets for Peace
112028PoetryDavid BublitzCombat Pay
112128PoetryCorey ThrasherWhat Strength
112228PoetryBrad KavoSilencing Khe Sanh
112328PoetryAllen SteinHenry Fleming’s Faded Red Badge
112428PoetryMichael EstabrookHeaven and Earth
112528PoetryElizabeth CrowellBooks in Cottages
112628PoetryAlex WalshTwo Poems
112728PoetryLisa Gray FisherA Walk in the Park
112828PoetryJoshua BarnettBlack Jack
112928PoetryBenjamin GoluboffHo Chi Minh’s Sense of Humor
113028PoetryLawrence W. SharpPoets at War
113128PoetryW.D. EhrhartPraying at the Altar
113228PoetryStephen CloudMinor Incidents of War
113328PoetryChad GrasmuckOral Tradition
113428PoetryJohn BuquoiTwo Poems
113528PoetryBeth BachmannTwo Poems
113628PoetryMichael BernicchiPaper Dunes
113728PoetryRobert HedinTwo Poems
113828PoetryChris HerlingerMourning General Giap
113928PoetryLiz SolmsUndergarments
114028Creative NonfictionSteven MooreOf Creativity
114128Creative NonfictionSue Newcomb MowrerHow Hiram Really Died and What Came After
114228Personal EssayThomas O’GradyThe Things He Carried: An Irish Private in the King’s (Liverpool) Regiment
114328Personal EssayKen HrubyDancing and Fighting
114428Critical EssayTravis Martin“Working Through” Societal Trauma in The Last Flight, Heroes for Sale, and All Quiet on the Wester Front
114528Critical EssayJames ByrneSeamus Heaney, Francisco Goya, and Unveiling the Myth of History
114628Critical EssayJonathan LighterMichael Herr’s Lurp Tale
114728Critical EssayEzekiel BlackTroubling Glory: The Uncertain Language Shift of World War I
114828Critical EssayMaureen RyanIntra Species Communication: Memory, Story-Telling, and Football in American Fiction of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars
114928Critical EssayMyra MendibleSaving Face: Humiliation, Shame, and the Affective Economy of War
115028Critical EssayJonathan JonesStrangers in the World of the Emotions: Re-evaluating L.P. Hartley’s The Go-Between
115128Critical EssayChristina JarvisDisplaced Trauma and the Legacies of the Vietnam War in Hocus Pocus
115228Critical EssayTim WenzellLiterary Conscientious Objector: e.e. cummings and The Great War
115328Critical EssayShane EmplaincourtUn long dimanche de fiançailles and Remembering la Somme 1916
115428Critical EssaySteve Lukits“They that have power to hurt but will do none”: Lying in the Literature of the Great War
115528Critical EssayJeff MorganHemingway and the Cuban Revolution: For Whom the Bell Tolls on the Sierra Maestra
115628Critical EssayCristina PividoriSearching for the Happy Battalion in Times of Crisis: Fraternal Friendships and the Heroic in the Great War Memoirs of Guy Chapman and Charles Carrington
115728Critical EssayShabnam PiaryaeiThe Victory Belongs to Love
115828CommentaryTyrell MayfieldReflections on Redeployment
115928CommentaryAlex VernonField Notes on The Things They Carried
116028CommentaryJames Gleason BishopGrandpa Goes to War
116128CommentaryJessica HellmannHigh Skies and Fat Horses
116228InterviewJesse GoolsbyA Group Conversation with Veteran Artists David Abrams, Jerri Bell, Brian Castner, and Colin Halloran
116328InterviewHaley Michael Hasik & Eric L. GruverWarrior for Freedom and Souls: Navigator, POW, Minister
116428InterviewDale RitterbuschA Conversation with Jane Irish
116528InterviewMegan KahnVeteran Homecoming Stories: A conversation with Justin Hudnall
116628ReviewsReviewsBooks
116728ReviewsReviewsFilms
116829From The Editor's DeskDonald AndersonCold War
116929IN MEMORIAMDonald AndersonWill Hochman
117029Special FeatureSara NovićThe 11th Annual David L. Jannetta Distinguished Lecture in War, Literature & the Arts
117129Editor's ChoiceKathleen HarringtonSara Nović: Girl at War
117229MemoirOliver FergusonMy World War
117329MemoirSteve SobelLEBANON: A Bullet in a Magazine
117429MemoirJ. Malcolm GarciaA Promise to Keep
117529MemoirAlicia DefonzoFrance in June
117629MemoirSteven LiparuloMonday Night Football: Everybody Wants to Rule the World (1985)
117729FictionMaryEllen BeveridgeOut of Season
117829FictionJake WolffPlease Explain Me
117929FictionCaroline CourecInsignia
118029FictionC.L. MilesDuty
118129FictionRolf YngveThe Mouse
118229FictionRichard JohnstonDry Sockets
118329Author SpotlightKatherine WittImagining War: Ilyse Kusnetz’s Small Hours
118429Author SpotlightThomas G. McGuireH.C. Palmer’s Feet of the Messenger
118529ArtworkBrandon LingleA Conversation with Jack Beeler
118629InterviewBunkong TuonA Conversation with Boa Ninh
118729InterviewThomas G. McGuireA Conversation with H.C. Palmer
118829InterviewKelly GriffithA Conversation with Will Bardenwerper
118929PoetryBruce LaderA Tough Day for the Generals
119029PoetryPhillip PittsTwo Poems
119129PoetryNancy KnowlesSixth-Grade Homework
119229PoetryEvalyn LeeLighthouse Keeper’s Cottage
119329PoetryBenjamin HertwigStigmata
119429PoetryGerry McFarlandGunner Thinks About Everything At Once
119529PoetryGisella FaggiMari Miditirràniu
119629PoetryPam BernardBlood for Seed
119729PoetryTimothy PilgrimWar memorial
119829PoetryHolly DayPlate 23
119929PoetryKyle AdamsonThe Standard Operating Procedure for Wounded Enemy Combatants
120029PoetryBrandon MarlonAleppo
120129PoetryJosh A. BrewerThe Bakeries of Warsaw
120229PoetryJohn BarrDeath of a Species
120329PoetryHenry CrawfordRemembering 100 Years of the First World War
120429PoetryKatya LavineDeath, They Said
120529PoetryKathleen O’NeilRed
120629PoetryJohn Sibley WilliamsTattoos Fade
120729PoetryKathryn KirkpatrickVietnam, Again
120829PoetryLyn LifshinI Am Old, I Am Sick, I Do Not Want To Die In Auschwitz
120929PoetryGeorge LongeneckerVillanelle for Fallen Apples
121029PoetryJessica Housand-WeaverThree Poems
121129PoetryKate O’NeillNot a Story
121229Poetrymick kennedyThe Last Man Standing (Christmas Truce 1914)
121329PoetryWilliam ChildressOnce in the Land of the Morning Calm
121429PoetryHeidi WallisGaza
121529Creative NonfictionBrian LanceWarplay
121629Creative NonfictionHoward SkrillHMS Jersey: Absences and Memory from the Battlefields of Brooklyn
121729Creative NonfictionRoberto LoiedermanHenry’s Holocaust
121829Personal EssayPaula BrownPhotograph, Solomon Islands, 1944
121929Critical EssayGary Grieve-CarlsonTelling the Truth about History: Tim O’Brien’s In the Lake of the Woods
122029Critical EssayGrace HowardA Lesser Imitation (?): How Redeployment Recalls, Expands, and Departs from The Things They Carried
122129Critical EssayLisa FergusonKilling Them with Kindness: Tim O’Brien’s Rehabilitation of the Violent Vietnam Soldier
122229Critical EssayPeter MolinFrederick Busch and Annie Proulx: Forebears of Contemporary War Fiction
122329Critical EssayGrace. E. Miller“Boom / [S]he is not”: Drone Wars and the Vanishing Pilot
122429CommentaryClaudia HauerPhilip D. Beidler, Beautiful War: Studies in a Dreadful Fascination
122529CommentaryGary MillsVietnam Memoir as Satire
122629Reviews Books
122729Reviews Films
1228Folio20172017Jesse GoolsbyEditor's Note
1229Folio20172017Roxana RobinsonPeace
1230Folio20172017Nathalie HandalUne Fin
1231Folio20172017Julian ZabalbeascoaCatalunya
1232Folio20172017Marilyn KalletFalling Out
1233Folio20172017Steven KistulentzThe Closest We Have Ever Come
1234Folio20172017Odie LindseyPanoleah
1235Folio20172017John BalabanBack then
1236Folio20172017Benjamin BuschWilderness
1237Folio20172017Steven Mumford5 images
1238Folio20172017Christian KieferGolden Silence of the Heart
1239Folio20172017Andria WilliamsLegacy
1240Folio20172017Sindu SathiFundraising
1241Folio20172017Steven ChurchHit List
1242Folio20172017Lea CarpenterChristmas
1243Folio20172017Maurice DecaulTraction
1244Folio20172017Rachael HanelIn the Balance
1245Folio20182018Jesse Goolsby and Katie WittEditor's Note
1246Folio20182018Angela MoralesMammalian
1247Folio20182018Dunya MikhailPlastic Death
1248Folio20182018Tom PiazzaIED
1249Folio20182018David ChrisingerIn the Shadow of an Unanswered Question
1250Folio20182018Gina HerreraArtist Statement and Sculpture
1251Folio20182018Hannah Dela Cruz AbramsSongs for Ghosts
1252Folio20182018Korey WilliamsMondays in Autumn
1253Folio20182018Caitlin McGillUncertainty
1254Folio20182018Teresa FazioRidgeline
1255Folio20182018Natalie LovejoyArtist Statement and Music
1256Folio20182018Whitney Terrellexcerpt from The Crossroads
1257Folio20182018Helen BenedictSnapshots of Hate and Resistance: Charlottesville, VA, August, 2017
1258Folio20182018James MathewsSilence All Who Cry Out
1286Folio20182018Natalie LovejoyArtist Statement and Music
1287Folio20182018Whitney Terrellexcerpt from The Crossroads
1288Folio20182018Helen BenedictSnapshots of Hate and Resistance: Charlottesville, VA, August, 2017
1289Folio20182018James MathewsSilence All Who Cry Out
129030From The Editor’s DeskDonald AndersonThe Arrogance of Firepower
129130Editor’s ChoiceKathleen HarringtonSuzan-Lori Parks: Father Comes Home From The Wars
129230Author SpotlightJonathan McGregor“Between history and a hard place”: D. F. Brown’s Ghost of a Person Passing in Front of the Flag and Benjamin Hertwig’s Slow War
129330Author SpotlightRoss GreshamRobert Olen Butler’s Perfume River
129430Critical EssaysH. Spencer BeaumontArt as Revolutionary Propaganda in David’s The Death of Maret
129530Critical EssaysOscar MardellGreener Pastures
129630Critical EssaysJeff SychterzPoetry, the Iraq War, and the Ethics of Trauma
129730Critical EssaysJason A. HigginsThrough “Star-Spangled Eyes”: Fortunate Son and the Problem of Resolution
129830Critical EssaysGuilherme MeyerEnabling Impossibility
129930Critical EssaysPaul PetrovicBeyond Appropriation: Arab, Coptic American, and Persian Subjectivities in Brian Turner’s Here Bullet, Phil Klay’s Redeployment, and Elliot Ackerman’s Green on Blue
130030Critical EssaysShane A. EmplaincourtLa Chambre des officiers and Recapturing the Evanescent Memory of the Great War’s Gravely Disfigured
130130Critical EssaysJames Austin EverbeckGold Stars on Bleeding Scars: The Cult of the Veteran vs the Cost of War in Fallon’s You Know When the Men Are Gone
130230Critical EssaysCharles Hunter JoplinThe Poet’s Corpus: Meter, Memory, and Monumentality in Wilfred Owen’s “The Show”
130330ArtworkBrandon LingleMessages without Writing: A conversation with Atiqullah Shahid
130430FictionBenjamin Woodside SchrierBohemian Roulette
130530FictionBrian O’HareNothing Earth Shattering
130630FictionRamiro HinojosaField Manual
130730FictionHolly AutenCollision
130830FictionJoseph BathantiThe Crescent
130930FictionKatherin SchifaniThe Breath of Allah
131030Creative NonfictionRussell HalvorsenCold, Cold Water
131130PoetryVeronica SchuderTwo Poems
131230PoetryPaul Z. PanishPines—Fort Lee, Virginia
131330PoetryAmy Lynn ReifsnyderMe and the Marine
131430PoetryJames F. ConnollyThe Tet Offensive
131530PoetryNels HansonTwo Poems
131630PoetryRawdon Tomlinson“Post traumatic growth”: With My Brother on the North fork of the Red River
131730PoetryWanda FrazierIn the Zone
131830PoetryOlivia GarardGood Kill
131930PoetryHugh MartinTwo poems
132030PoetryNorvin DickersonTwo Poems
132130PoetryMarissa GloverThree Poems
132230PoetryJeremy GrantLeave-Taking
132330PoetryMarsha MathewsStrategic Survival
132430PoetryTobi AlfierEverybody Rides Lady Geraldine
132530PoetryJoon K. Shimi walk to stay alive
132630PoetryNewt RonanTwo Poems
132730PoetryEd MeekPowder Blue
132830PoetryRobert PawlakHypnos and Thanatos
132930PoetryMichael CaseyJJ Visits the Hooch
133030PoetryJeffrey AlfierTripoli
133130Poetrys.g.t. grasmuckThree Poems
133230PoetryRobert HedinLakehurst, 1937
133330PoetryPeter VenableEnough
133430PoetryJordan NateShells from Oversea
133530PoetryDale RitterbuschWhere We Are
133630PoetrySvetlan BeggsShe-Child, Stalingrad, 1942
133730PoetryAlex Vartan GubbinsA Rainy Veteran’s Day
133830InterviewMatthew SardaWaiting and the Intermediary: A Conversation with Elliot Ackerman
133930Personal EssayLana SpendlNo Firm Ground
134030Personal EssayTad TulejaBrotherhood of the Sea: A Sailor’s Code
134130MemoirKenneth R. TimmermanHungry Guns, Exploding Cats
134230MemoirClayton BradshawFive-Sentence Biography
134330MemoirPat GaultEdible Plants of Alaska
134430MemoirÉlie Paul Cohen (translated by Jessica Levine)Army Doc: Mission Afghanistan
134530MemoirPatrick MondacaAllawi
134630MemoirJeffrey LoebResurrection
134730MemoirDianna Marie CannizzoThe Land of the VA
134830CommentaryKrystal McguinessLaren McClung’s Inheriting the War
134930CommentaryDavid M. JorgensonCavorting with War
135030Reviews Books
135130Reviews Films