Military Wives

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Siobhan Fallon, author of You Know When the Men Are Gone, a series of loosely interconnected stories about military wives in Fort Hood, Texas, and Lily Burana, author of the memoir: I Love a Man in Uniform, discuss the challenges of being married to a man in the military, the preconceptions of military wives, the stress of war, and coping with distance and injury.


Lily Burana and Siobhan Fallon
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Comments [1]

Nico from Brooklyn


Will you PLEASE put your comments in the first person when you make incredibly offensive and stupid sweeping assuming your entire audience perceive military wives are "a certain way" ...that they are all, what? Knee jerk Palinites from trailer parks????

I'm a flaming liberal who happens to have family members who are military spouses and soldiers...they are some of the deepest thinking, best educated, well read, democratic minded people I have EVER met.

I'm incredibly annoyed and disappointed by your typical white straight middle class guy assumption that everyone out here thinks like YOU.

Jan. 20 2011 12:56 PM

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