Photography

Call for Submissions for Veterans' Anthology

February 20, 2013

  All military personnel, veterans, and their families are invited to submit their poetry, essays, short fiction, photography, and interviews to be considered for the second volume of Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors , an…

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Expiation by Rudolph Pommer Saxon

January 19, 2013

In Rudolph Pommer Saxon's novel Expiation (CreateSpace, 362 pp., $9.99, paper) the title is explained early on, well before the first chapter starts.  There is no biographical information on Saxon, nothing to indicate that he has…

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Photographer Looking For Veterans going to VN in January

January 7, 2013

Catherine Karnow,  a National Geographic photographer who has been documenting Vietnam for twenty-one years for that august publication as well as for other magazines and books, is putting the final touches on a presentation about that…

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Big War Photography Exhibition To Open In Houston on Veterans Day

November 5, 2012

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="334" caption="U.S. Marine, Hue, Vietnam, Feb. 1968 by Don McCullin"] [/caption]   "WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath" is the name of a huge exhibition that opens on Veterans Day,…

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Vietnam Veteran Photo Exhibit in Helena, Montana

October 29, 2012

"Coming Home: Helena Area Vietnam Veterans" is the name of photography exhibit that will be on view beginning November 9 at the Myrna Loy Center f or the Performing and Media Arts in Helena, Montana.…

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Vietnam War Photos by DSC Recipient Exhibit in San Marcos, Texas

October 24, 2012

Baynes McSwain, a native of San Marcos, Texas, was killed in action in Vietnam on October 10, 1968. McSwain received a posthumous Distinguished Service Cross for the extraordinary heroism he exhibited that day as a squad…

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Tunesmith Chronicles by Lem Genovese

October 3, 2012

"This is a book of testimony by the product of a 2nd generation Sicilian-American family from the middle class of the Midwestern United States." That, in a nutshell, is how Lem Genovese describes his new…

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Attention: Vietnam Vets in the UK

October 2, 2012

Todor Ostojic, a photographer in London, is working on a photography project involving Vietnam veterans. "I would like to meet with veterans, do their portraits, interview them, and put together a blog entry with the…

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Binh Dinh's Vietnam War-Influenced Innovative Photography

June 6, 2012

  "Lens" is the name of a New York Times blog that features photography, video, and "visual journalism." One of the current entrie s on the blog looks at the unique and innovative photographic images…

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Horst Faas, 1933-2012

May 14, 2012

Horst Faas, one of the top photojournalists who covered the Vietnam War, died May 10 in Munich, Germany. He was 79. Faas served as the Associated Press's chief of photo operations in Saigon from 1962-72.…

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