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How Stevie Nearly Lost the War and Other Postwar Stories

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How Stevie Nearly Lost the War and Other Postwar Stories by Marc Levy
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The war, Stevie is told, with its white-tailed rockets and hard crack ricochets; the war, with its thumping whirl of trembling choppers; the war, with its shirtless gun crews manning steel wheeled cannons; the war, with its fine plumed shells cutting silver arcs through infinite sky; the war, with its lumbering tanks and sun bleached bunkers; the war, with its steep, lush highlands, emerald lattice of checkerboard paddies; the war, with its mangled torsos triaged too late; the war, he is told on scheduled clinic days, had ended quite some time ago. So begins the title story of this debut collection of post war stories by award winning writer and Vietnam vet Marc Levy. Through travel tales, reunions, war dreams, work days, love and desire, at home or abroad, the jungles of Vietnam are everywhere and nowhere. Levy's splendid use of place and lively cast of characters make for vivid and occasionally disturbing stories tinged by war and its aftermath.

Author Biography

Marc Levy was an infantry medic with the First Cavalry in Vietnam and Cambodia in 1970. His decorations include the Combat Medic Badge, Silver Star, two Bronze Stars, the Air Medal, and Arcom. His work has appeared in New Millennium Writings, Cutthroat, Slant, War, Literature and the Arts, CounterPunch, Best American Erotica 2000, Stone Canoe, New Madrid and Mudfish. It is forthcoming in VVA's The Veteran. He won the 2016 Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families Writing Prize, judged by Brian Turner.. To see more of his work visit Medic in the Green Time.com.
Release date NZ
December 22nd, 2016
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Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Winter Street Press
Pages
154
Dimensions
133x203x9
ISBN-13
9780692776384
Product ID
28142099

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