NEW COMEDY NOVEL OF THE AFGHAN WAR
TRADITIONAL LITERARY NOVEL OF THE AFGHAN WAR
The literary counterpart to Afghany Whammy, for those curious and bold enough to seek a great big old-fashioned traditional war novel along the lines of The Naked & The Dead, Once an Eagle, The Caine Mutiny, Matterhorn, The 13th Valley, and the like . . . . check out:
POSTCARDS FROM AFGHANISTAN
During the various years spent in Afghanistan first as a Green Beret then as a freelance journalist, I used my own photographs to create email postcards to send to family and friends worldwide as a way to let them know that I was alive and well . . . . and to give them an ironic bit of an insight into the country, culture, and the war . . . . through laughter.
POSTCARDS FROM AFGHANISTAN – BATCH 2
“Get out of Afghanistan,” I said.
I wrote this short OpEd in 2003 soon after I had returned to the States from my Green Beret tour, and the sole publication I approached who had any interest in it was Soldier of Fortune, proving how truly prescient and counter-mainstream Robert K. Brown’s magazine was.
FLIRTING WITH AFGHANISTAN
This is a magazine-length essay from 2008 arguing the above Wasting Money In Afghanistan in great detail . . . . laying out the case that it would ultimately take the U.S. another 13 years to admit . . . . that the war was folly and unwinnable.
ARTICLES FROM SOLDIER OF FORTUNE
ARTICLES FROM ARMY MAGAZINE
GX and Reserve & National Guard Magazines
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