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Praise for VETVILLE from military reviewers: “Sager has written a gripping account of how these Marines are coping with their combat-altered lives. An experienced interviewer, he lets the Marines’ stories speak for themselves…Powerful stuff.” -Leatherneck, Magazine of the Marines  “Entertaining and fascinating. Compassionately, and without personal prejudices, Sager manages to gently and psychologically dissect what he sees and senses…He gives us portraits of real human beings with flesh and blood [...]

Three days a week for more than 20 years, Mike Levine wrote newspaper col­umns that stood up for the little guy, celebrated the lives of everyday people and shined a light on the darkness of corrupt and inept public servants. This book represents a distillation of some of the best of those columns. Many knew Mike as a columnist for the Times Herald-Record in Middletown, N.Y., and later as executive [...]

Kudos to Chains of Nobility author (and US marine vet) Brad Graft, whose freshman novel (the first of a trilogy) has been nominated for The Colby Award, which recognizes a first work of fiction or non-fiction that has made a major contribution to the understanding of military history, intelligence operations, or international affairs.             A $5,000 author honorarium is provided to the award winner in [...]

  Thanks to the hosts of the Buried Lede Podcast, Fred Shruers and Tom Teicholz Listen here: Sager is this edition’s Buried Lede. His part starts at about 15:35.