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The Vestiges of Theaters of War

By Nelson Lowhim

In this post,author and veteran Nelson Lowhim reflects on PTSD and the discussions that happen, and don’t happen, between veterans and civilians. I recently went to a dramatic reading of the Sophocles play Ajax, hosted by Theater of War, a group that uses theater to explore PTSD, trauma, and other difficult topics. In the production,… Read more »


Review: SWEET MARJORAM: Notes & Essays by DeWitt Henry

By Susan Tepper

SWEET MARJORAM: Notes & Essays By DeWitt Henry MadHat Press, Plume Editions, 2018   Transparency is the word that kept ringing in my head as I read through this book’s eclectic compilation of life and its anticipations, in chapters with titles such as: On Dreams, On Silence, On Blood, On Weather, On Dignity, On Courage,… Read more »