The Fog of War: Combat Paper and Warrior Writers





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Published on Feb 22, 2015

Veterans write poems, and create art using paper made from their old uniforms. "State of the Arts NJ" visits Combat Paper workshops at Stockton College and at the Printmaking Center of NJ, and hears from Warrior Writers at the Dodge Poetry Festival. Dr. Donna Bassin and author Brian Turner describe the dangers awaiting soldiers returning home from war, and how making art can help veterans cope.

Produced by Susan Wallner for "State of the Arts NJ," a public television series airing Sundays at 11 am on WHYY and 8 pm on NJTV, rebroadcast Thursdays at 11:30 pm on NJTV.

Narrated by Dan Gordon; Videography by Joe Conlon. Additional footage from the Dodge Poetry Festival courtesy of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and David Grubin Productions.


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