What Others Say
"A thorough memoir of a flight surgeon's adrenaline-filled experiences in the Vietnam War...Clark...writes intelligently, illuminating events and the insights they evoked."
"A richly detailed insider's look into America's Vietnam War journey...and a deeply personal window into this seminal area of American history."
—Maj. General Philip Conley Jr., USAF Ret.
On O Tomodachi:
"...Teaching in mid-1950s Hiroshima is the memoir’s strongest theme, and these sections are intriguing indeed...A warm, appealing eyewitness account that displays the author’s appreciation for Japan’s art and architecture and its postwar challenges.”
"Gross Schaefer masterfully crafts an interesting story full of innumerable values and lessons drawn from two cultures, Native American and Jewish. What results is a very easy reading novel that, while fiction, enriches the reader's understanding of the two rich traditions."
Gross Schaefer skillfully braids the historical and mystical, investigating the spiritual crisis that, from the very beginning of the tale, appears in Daniels’ dreams. This is also an astute introduction to the history of European Jewry. ... A rigorous presentation of Jewish history ensconced within an uneven drama."
On Heart on a Fence:
"The poems, alternately tender, harrowing, sweet, sad, wry or surprising, offer a fresh way to see the world, and each subsequent reading brings forth something new."
—Linda, on Amazon
"A beautiful book that photographs the magic of a certain part of Ireland with poems that sing of the Irish."
Santa Barbara Poet Laureate Emeritus