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.
Jack will be appearing at the NW BOOK FESTIVAL at Pioneer Square on Saturday June 26th from 10am until 2pm. He will be selling and signing his books at the event.
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.