Marc Levy

Marc Levy was an infantry medic with the First Cavalry in Vietnam and Cambodia in 1970. His work has appeared in New Millennium Writings, Stone Canoe, Mudfish, Chiron Review, KGB Bar Lit Mag, and elsewhere.. His books are How Stevie Nearly Lost the War and Other Postwar Stories, and Dreams, Vietnam and Other Dreams. His website is Medic in the Green Time. Email:

A Soldiers Home Companion

Jack Murphy Brings It Home

Trapped in the Whirlwind

On Meeting Bao Ninh: “These Good Men Meant as Much to Me as Yours Did to You”

Veterans’ Day: Four Poems

A Discomforting Letter From a Comfortable Town

How to Tell a Joke in Combat

All My Vexes Are in Texas

Welcome, Class of ‘70

William Joiner Institute Under Siege

One for the Records

Vietnam: The Quiet Time

Sitrep: Hometown Unwelcomes Vietnam Vets

The Curious Case of Sergeant Doe

The Curious Case of General Forrester

Inconvenient Allies

The Thoughts of a New York Jew in the Judaean Hills

The Medic at Rest

No Medal Jacket

Walking With Mr. Muhammad

Talking Dirty to the Kids

The Bling They Curse and Carry

Just Like Hanoi Jane

How I Nearly Won the War

Winter in America

Fake Vets Chasing Fame

Sleepless in Iraq

Iraq Dead Ahead

A Beginner’s Guide to Combat

Turning Point

You Are What You Dream

Whatever You Did in War Will Always Be With You

Whatever You Did in War Will Always Be With You