Jack Estes is the author of the critically acclaimed book A Field of Innocence, a memoir of his service in Vietnam in 1968-69. His articles and essays have appeared in Newsweek, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune and the Oregonian.
He has also written an award winning screenplay entitled A Soldiers Son, which has been adapted for print and will soon be published as novel.
He has written a book of fiction titled Searching for Gurney that has not been published, but excerpts were used to win a Fellowship at Squaw Valley Writers Conference, to be accepted at Breadloaf and to take First Place at Willamette Writers Conference.
After 25 years, A Field of Innocence is now available on Amazon.com in both paperback and Kindle editions. Learn more on our Books page.
Look for Jack's new book A Soldier's Son which is scheduled for release in the fall of 2014.
Jack was recently featured in a news article about a film that he helped produce. Entitled “Wounded Spirits, Healing From Trauma: the Vietnam Veterans,” the film reveals the toll that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) takes on veterans. Click here to learn more.