In this essay, Kevin Basl examines the process of transforming military uniforms into handmade paper.
About the Author:
Kevin Basl is a writer, musician and activist living near Ithaca, New York. He holds an MFA in fiction from Temple University, where he has taught writing. His work has been published or is forthcoming in War, Literature and the Arts, O'Dark Thirty, Miramar Magazine, Truthout.org and elsewhere. He served in the U.S. Army, twice deploying to Iraq. He has taught many art and writing workshops for service members, veterans and their communities, with Warrior Writers, Combat Paper NJ and Frontline Arts.
This essay was originally published by Prometheus Dreaming. The full text can be found here.
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