Without a Country: The Untold Story of America's Deported Veterans


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About the Author

J. Malcolm Garcia is a freelance journalist and the author of The Khaarijee: A Chronicle of Friendship and War in Kabul and What Wars Leave Behind: The Faceless and the Forgotten. He is a recipient of the Studs Terkel Prize for writing about the working classes and the Sigma Delta Chi Award for excellence in journalism. His work has been anthologized in Best American Travel Writing, Best American Essays, and Best American Nonrequired Reading.


Praise for J. Malcolm Garcia:

"J. Malcolm Garcia is the keeper of forgotten stories. He is an invaluable witness and a compassionate observer of today's wars."--Fatima Bhutto, author of Songs of Blood and Sword: A Daughter's Memoir

"I don't know if he's unheralded, but there's a writer named J. Malcolm Garcia who continually astounds me with his energy and empathy. He writes powerful and lyrical nonfiction from Afghanistan, from Buenos Aires, from Mississippi, all of it urgent and provocative. I've been following him wherever he goes."--Dave Eggers

"Garcia is an exceptionally powerful voice on behalf of the people about whom he writes. As he illustrates the results of America's military adventuring, Garcia not only takes us to the physical space of the people who are the victims of our drone attacks, our bombs, and our bullets, but he also goes where few nonfiction writers have the skill to venture--he takes us inside their heads."--Dale Maharidge, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist