The fourth edition of Blood & Bourbon has finally hit the shelves, and it is an interesting one. It includes contributions from: Zachary Honey, John W. Dennehy, Israela Margalit, Reggie Mills, Benjamin Fine, Rosaleen Bertolino, David Lefkowitz, Joel Minor, Jon Kemsley Clark, Bruce McDougall, Jeff Nazzaro, Daniel Uncapher, Pablo Javier Herrera, J. J. Steinfeld, Alexander Illingsworth … Continue reading Blood & Bourbon May 2018
I recently wrote a short article for the website Military History Now, titled “Generation Taliban — 10 Surprising Facts About Afghanistan’s Tireless Insurgent Army.” After nearly two decades of fighting against the Taliban, I’m regularly surprised at how little the public actually knows about the organization.
I’m privileged to have the opportunity on 14 June 2018 at 7PM to speak at Lambton House about the role of the Queen’s Rangers in the construction of Dundas Street. My focus is going to be on how this particular route fit into John Grave Simcoe’s vision for the colony – which at times was … Continue reading 14 June 2018
The Queen’s York Rangers have a long and fascinating history, stretching from 1756 to present day. The most interesting part of this is the personal stories of individual soldiers that reflect their inside view of the larger events of history. I’ve decided to put together an anthology of these stories, tentatively titled “Rangers in Operations,” … Continue reading Ranger Anthology
Well, we finally managed to get the “Fall 2017” edition of Blood & Bourbon out the door. Was it painful? A little – though the commitment made to all the writers, artists and photographers who were accepted helped us to make it through. The launch party at 3030 Dundas West showed who amongst our fans … Continue reading New B&B Edition
In 2004 I took a series of photos during Buzkashi matches in Northern Afghanistan.