- Karl Marlantes and the Vietnam War
- Do You Know Jim Smith?
- Jane Irish
- Not a Post
- Gustav Hasford
- Nguyen Chi Thien
- Eric Henry retires
- Jack Wheeler
- Peter Brush at Khe Sanh
- Le Luu and a Time Far Past
- Lucy Nguyen-Hong-Nhiem and Jason Rainey
- Huu Ngoc
- Veterans Day
- Marine Corps Birthday
- David Marr
- Lady Borton
- Buy a Postcard from Linh Dinh
- Happy Birthday W.D. Ehrhart!
- Learn Vietnamese
- Constitution Day: W.D. Ehrhart
- Isabelle Thuy Pelaud
- Illustrated Ly Lan Translations
- Long Tan Day
- The Frogs Are Gone
- Hiroshima, Nagasaki, VJ Day
- David A. Willson joins Advisory Committee
- Neil Jamieson and Nhat Linh have the same birthday!
- Executive Summary
- Final Lucy Nguyen Comic!
- Poet Breaks into British Embassy
- le 14 juillet
- Nhat Linh death anniversary
- Born on the Fourth of July
- Canada Day: Nguyen Ngoc Ngan!
- Happy Birthday REMF!
- Our First Book!
Author Archives: Dan Duffy
Happy birthday 2012 to the United States Marine Corps. Last year Viet Nam Literature Project marked the occasion by reviewing the Marines who have written about Viet Nam. Wayne Karlin was just one of the authors who let me know … Continue reading
Jim Smith put Kim Phuong and brother Lam with three cousins on a flight out of Saigon as the Republic of Viet Nam fell. Their mother Phan Thi Nuoi didn’t make the plane. Jim visited twice as they grew in … Continue reading
Jane Irish’s new show War Is Not What You Think will be up until March 29 at La Salle University Art Museum and at the Connelly Library. Jane collaborated with John Baky’s collection Imaginative Representations of the Vietnam War. She … Continue reading
The Allies found murdered civilians as we took Hue back after Tet 1968. Next year we will review the history. At the time Pham Duy composed a direct response. Khanh Ly still sings it. I am not a plant or … Continue reading
After the new year Joker and Rafter Man fight through Hue. Their author Gustav Hasford did it over Tet 1968 as a United States Marine Corps combat correspondent. Joker survives to patrol out from Khe Sanh Combat Base. He … Continue reading
Our first writer for the year that starts on Monday is the poet Nguyen Chi Thien. Thien was the first writer we ever published. The first guest at Tet reflects the aspirations of a household. Read about Thien in Jonathan … Continue reading
Eric Henry started playing piano at seven. By high school all he did was make music and read Charles Dickens. The United States Army ordered him into the classroom to learn Vietnamese. After interviewing deserters and prisoners of war at … Continue reading
John Parsons Wheeler III graduated near the top of his United States Military Academy class in 1966. He chose to serve in fire control at a missile base, the front line of our war with the Soviet Union. After the … Continue reading
Peter Brush arrived at Khe Sanh Combat Base on December 17, 1967. When he got back home he earned a bachelor and master of arts in history. “Yep, my mother was a Marine. Still is – you know how that … Continue reading