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We welcome press inquiries about our work. Our press contacts are Carole Florman, email@example.com; and Ron Capps, firstname.lastname@example.org
–A profile of the Veterans Writing Project by Kristina Shevory in The Believer magazine.
–A profile of the Veterans Writing Project by Bret McCabe in Johns Hopkins magazine.
-A profile the Veterans Writing Project by Amanda Calderon in Poets and Writers magazine.
–An article about our work by Corinne Reilly in the Virginian Pilot.
–An interview with our director by Eric Westervelt on NPR’s All Things Considered.
–An interview with our director by Marco Werman on PRI’s The World.
–DoD reporter Amaani Lyle reported on our workshop for Defense.gov.
–An interview with our director by Bob Edwards on Sirius XM.
–An interview with our director by Leonard Lopate on WNYC, New York City’s NPR station.
–An interview with our director by Kojo Nnamdi on WAMU, Washington DC’s NPR station.
— A story in the New York Times about our work at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
— A story on NPR about our work and the launch of our journal, O-Dark-Thirty.
— A Soldiers Magazine story about Veterans Writing Project’s seminars.
— An interview with our founder on PRI’s The World about the healing power of narrative.
— An Associated Press story about our work.
—Two graduates of VWP seminars write about their wartime experiences and after for the New York Times.
—The BBC reporting on our work at NICoE– The National Intrepid Center of Excellence. All of our instructors work with Operation Homecoming at NICoE.
—The National Endowment for the Arts featured our work in their quarterly magazine NEA Arts.
— A story in USO On Patrol magazine about our work.
— A story from DoD’s New Service about our work.
—The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) ran a story about us in their newsletter.
—From The Hatchet, the George Washington University’s student newspaper, a report on our collaboration with GWU:
—A video story on Newsmax that includes readings by our director and two veterans who have come through our program.
—Local DC NPR station WAMU broadcast this piece about our work.