In the second episode of The Pen and the Sword, Adin Dobkin discusses civilian narratives with Carrie Morgan and Kama Shockey.
Last year, MWG members have been involved with projects ranging from published novels to think tank reports and podcasts, we thought their work should speak for itself.
The memories and emotions flooded back as I scanned over the ink on the pages. Although I’d self-published Leaving the Wire digitally a while back, there was a new set of feelings invoked by holding my story in my hands. It seemed more vivid and real, the words on the page invoking a greater sense of gravity to the experience.
In the first episode of The Pen and the Sword, Adin Dobkin, Tyrell Mayfield, and August Cole discuss diversity and fiction in national security discussions.
U.S. military officers are required to perform a variety of duties to meet their missions. The ability to write intelligibly, comprehensively and succinctly is a skill that requires strengthening, because it is needed by all military officers.
Anyone who’s written a book-length work, whether fiction or nonfiction, can attest to the fact that the path to publication can be a long one. I reached an important milestone on my own journey a few weeks ago when I revealed the cover of my debut novel, The Road Back From Broken.