I’m desperately bad at keeping these personal channels filled with useful things. However, after reading Roxane Gay’s 2017 reading list, I felt inspired to do the same on here.
Earlier this month, I had an article come out in The Atlantic regarding the ongoing evolution of military memorials and mourning, with a focus on Arlington’s Tomb of the Unknowns.
If memory serves me correctly, War Stories was founded during the centenary ceremony of the Somme.
This past week, Angry Staff Officer and I released the second episode of our audio show, War Stories. In this episode of the show titled, “Patton at the Saint-Mihiel Salient,” we set the remaining foundation for this season with the story of then Captain George S. Patton’s efforts in developing the AEF’s light tank school and… Continue reading War Stories Episode Two
If you’ve followed me on Twitter the past six to eight weeks, you’ve probably noticed some cryptic Tweets about a new storytelling/podcast project I’ve been working on alongside Angry Staff Officer. Last week, we announced the show, War Stories, to those outside the small group we asked to serve as beta listeners of the project. I’m… Continue reading War Stories Launches
Today, I recalled some of the lessons learned from MWG’s recent workshop that took place at Defense Entrepreneurs Forum’s DEF[x]DC conference for the Atlantic Council.
This May will be a busy one, with podcasts from the Military Writers Guild and the American Security Project as well as a writing workshop hosted by the Military Writers Guild and Defense Entrepreneurs Forum.
This weekend, I sat down to chat with Nate Finney and Angry Staff Officer about the use and misuse of history in military and national security circles.
In the second episode of the Military Writers Guild’s podcast, The Pen and the Sword, I was joined by Carrie Morgan and Kama Shockey.
There was much to be thankful for this past year. Perhaps that’s not a particularly insightful phrase. After all, if a year goes by without those moments of brightness, it’d be an awfully disappointing prospect.