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War Wounded:
Let The Healing Begin
Author Basil B. Clark
ISBN 978-1-935186-43-4
Publisher Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.
Description 6" x 9" Perfect bound (softcover) 416 pages archival paper; 36 illustrations; $19.95
Availability November 2013
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Basil B. Clark
P.O. Box 71, Oolteway, TN 37363
Also by this author: Barrabas: Son of a Father
Massacre at Hill 303
A compendium of interviews and poetry examining paths of recovery for those affected by traumatic experiences, be they scars of war, loss, addiction, illness, or other tragic events. Features over 100 examples of subjective inner-wounding battles with which people have dealt.

Library of Congress Control Number: 2013917128














  • There is nothing Pollyanna-ish here, only testimony of simple faith and courage, practically applied. That in itself makes War Wounded a valuable survival manual.
        Roger Waring McCredie F.S.A. (Scot.), Asheville, NC
  • These are not words from a scholar throwing out clever remarks from behind his desk. … The message is so profound that prose alone can by no means capture the depth. It's the warriors' poetry, gentle in its strength and straightforward in its musing on things unseen, that makes me want to read and reread this book
        Henk Stoorvogel, The Netherlands; author, pastor and
        founder of the 4th Musketeer www.the4thmusketeer.com
  • Healing is a part of life that doesn't come with instructions. I truly feel this book serves as a guide along the healing path.
        Todd McLean, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired)
  • Basil Clark articulates the very understandable trauma which war can inflict on its participants, and then relates that trauma to more ordinary events that any of us may be subject to.
    Paul E. Patton, Governor of Kentucky (1995-2003)
  • This is an important and powerful resource not only to veterans of war, but to all those struggling to overcome their physical and emotional 'battle scars.'
        Lauren Brooke Stewart, Registered Nurse, Artistic and
        Technical Director, Artists Collaborative Theatre
  • Basil Clark has stepped bravely into the world of the quietly suffering and returned with a valuable tool that will help those who are on the long healing path.
        Tom Shealey, former Editor, Backpacker magazine, Sr.
        Communications Specialist/Worldwide Marketing and
        Communications - UNISYS
About the Author:
. . Basil Clark is Associate Professor of Speech and Theatre at the University of Pikeville in Kentucky where he teaches public speaking, theatre, oral interpretation, and interpersonal and health communication courses.
. . He served fourteen months as an Infantryman with the 1st Air Cavalry Division in Vietnam where he received the Silver Star, two Bronze Stars (one for Valor) and a Purple Heart. His interests lie in writing, gardening, hiking, art, photography, and enjoying all activities with his wife Cora, and their eleven grandchildren.
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