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  • Pauline F. Hebert
    Photograph credit: Preston H. Hood III (2017)

    Pauline F. Hebert served as a Captain in the US Army Nurse Corps at the 12th Evacuation Hospital in Chu Chi, Vietnam from January 1968 to December 1969. She arrived in Vietnam two weeks before the Tet Offensive. She was honorably discharged in August 1969 and went on to earn a Master of Science in nursing and a Ph.D. in education from the University of Connecticut. Her poetry appears in many journals including From Both Sides Now: The Poetry of the Vietnam War and its Aftermath Ed. Phillip Mahony. She lives in New Hampshire.

  • Preston H. Hood III
    Photograph credit: Randy Wessels (2014)

    Preston H. Hood III served in Vietnam with SEAL TEAM 2, (1970). His poems have appeared in various publications, including Salamander, Nimrod, Rattle, Michigan Quarterly Review and Prairie Schooner among others. His books include, A Chill I Understand, (2006) which was a Finalist in the 2012 Maine Literary Awards, and The Hallelujah of Listening, (2011), the 2012 Maine Literary Award Winner for Poetry. In 2018, his poem "Beauty Is a Cardinal" won the 27th Poet’s Seat Poetry Contest.

  • Richard Levine
    Photograph credit: Richard Levine

    Richard Levine is a a retired NYC teacher, and the author of Richard Levine: Selected Poems (FutureCycle Press, 2019), Contiguous States (Finishing Line Press, 2018), and five chapbooks: The Cadence of Mercy, A Tide of a Hundred Mountains (winner, 2012 Bright Hill Press Chapbook Competition), That Country’s Soul, A Language Full of Wars and Songs, and Snapshots from a Battle. He served as co-editor of, and is currently an advisor. His work was in the process of being archived in the Connolly Library (The Imaginative Representations of the Vietnam War Collection), at LaSalle University, when the pandemic closed schools and our society. He served in Vietnam with USMC, 1967-68.

  • Marc Levy
    Photograph credit: Marc Levy

    Marc Levy was a medic with Delta 1/7 First Cavalry in Vietnam and Cambodia, ’69- ’70. He was decorated three times and court-martialed twice. His writing has appeared in various publications, including New Millennium Writings, Cutthroat, War, Literature and the Arts, Chiron Review, KGB Bar Lit Mag, Stone Canoe and elsewhere. It is forthcoming in Paterson Literary Review and Close to the Bone. His essay The Quiet Time won the 2016 Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families Writing Prize. Two of his war photos will appear in the forthcoming Netflix series The Umbrella Academy. He recently published How Stevie Nearly Lost the War and Other Postwar Stories; Dreams, Vietnam; and Other Dreams.
    His website is Medic in the Green Time.

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