Author: Dan O'Brien (Playwright)
Release Date: 2016-11
Genre: War correspondents
Poetry. "These poems are gorgeous and ironic and heartbreaking and angry and uplifting and tough-minded and compassionate and completely amazing. NEW LIFE is a triumph. Art wins, war loses." —Tim O'Brien. "Powerful and original…the poetry of courage." —Thomas Lux.
Author: Thomas T. Fields, Jr.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date: 2010-07-30
"In July of 1990 Ted Atcheson returned to Saudi Arabia and his job with the oil giant ARAMCO. Little did he realize that one week later he would be engulfed in a confl ict that would have eyes of the world looking at the small sliver of land that he called home. Saddam Hussein unleashed a brutal invasion of tiny Kuwait and the world trembled with the thought of his world domination of the rich oil fields of the Middle East. Follow Ted as he and his colleagues work to keep the oil fi elds open while supporting the troops."
Author: Daniel T. O'Brien
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Release Date: 2018-12-03
Genre: Social Science
Through voicemail, apps, websites, and Twitter, Boston’s sophisticated 311 system allows citizens to report potholes, broken streetlights, graffiti, and vandalism that affect everyone’s quality of life. Drawing on Boston’s rich data, Daniel T. O’Brien offers a model of what smart technology can do for cities seeking both growth and sustainability.
Author: John Price
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Release Date: 2007-11-01
Blending elements of memoir, literary criticism, and nature writing, an anthology of essays--including conversations with such regional authors as Linda Hasselstrom, Dan O'Brien, and William Least Heat-Moon--offers an evocative portrait of the endangered prairie environment, his own quest for a new relationship with the natural life of the prairie, and the region's personal and environmental legacy. Reprint.
Author: Dan Harvey
Publisher: Irish Amer Book Company
Release Date: 1997
This remarkable portrait of military life at Collins Barracks in Cork. from 1801 to the present, brings to life two centuries of Irish soldiering -- seen through the eyes of soldiers stationed there -- and is a compelling account of a way of life unknown to many.