A contemplative response to the Vietnam War Memorial from the child of a war veteran.
An external view of the attitudes and actions of the American Dream.
A delicate and poignant lament for a world in need of peace.
Amid a dry landscape of violence, “the taste of peace fills my mouth.”
A young mother fights to overcome her hopelessness and make sense of the terror surrounding her, in the midst of a Maoist civil war in the writer’s home country.
A vivid picture of a soldier’s return, through the eyes of a child.