We have some amazing authors available for in-person and virtual events as well as radio and podcast interviews. Please see below for some of our available authors.

If you are interested in booking an author event, please send us an email.

Lieutenant Colonel David E. Kelly served as an infantry officer with an Amphibious Readiness Group (ARG) off the coast of Vietnam. Prior to retirement from the Reserves in 1999 he was Operations Officer for the Marine Field History Detachment. He volunteered to return to active duty to deploy to Iraq in 2004 as senior Field Historian in order to conduct interviews with Marines and Navy personnel at all levels in Iraq. He is available to discuss his book First Fights in Fallujah at virtual talks or events in the Philadelphia area.

Robin Bartlett was only 22 when he assumed the leadership of the 1st Platoon, A Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division during the Vietnam War. Over the next seven months, he led a platoon on more than 60 helicopter combat assaults and search and destroy missions. His memoir Vietnam Combat is the remarkable story of his experience. Robin is available for virtual events and book talks in the greater New York City area.

Army Master Aviator Alan Mack led a team of MH-47E helicopters and armed MH-60s into Afghanistan in one of the first operations against Al-Qaeda after the attacks. Alan is available for in-person and virtual events to discuss his memoir Razor 03: A Night Stalker’s Wars.

Kevin Ferris and John Siegfried are available for in-person events in the Greater Philadelphia area. Their book No Greater Love is the biography of war hero Michael Crescenz, Philadelphia’s only Medal of Honor recipient from the Vietnam War.

James Stejskal’s 30 year career included time as both an Army Special Forces officer and a CIA Case officer. The Snake Eater Chronicles is his spy thriller series inspired by real-life events from his career. He is available for in-person book talks in the Washington D.C. area as well as virtual events.