I am very proud of this interview. For those who are involved in the Wounded Warrior project, or other organizations that reach out to military communities and help veterans deal with the aftereffects of war, this episode will delve more deeply into what it actually means to write about the aftermath. And while it's set in a fictional universe thousands of years from now, it's so fresh it might as well be about vets returning home from Fallujah. Marko Kloos is not only a gifted writer, but he's a realistic one and he cares deeply about the subject matter. I think you'll see that pretty quickly.
This is a continuation of the interview started in episode 48. Check it out here.
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