17.09.2012 [Plain Dealer (blog)] - By John Freeman. War was once the forge that made a certain kind of novelist. Hart Crane and Norman Mailer and Kurt Vonnegut emerged through war. So did J.D. Salinger. But the last public consensus around a good war has faded, and the United States
05.10.2012 [Wicked Local] - The cross-country team recorded a victory from Lynn English at Breakheart Reservation, 21-35. Kevin Powers was the first to cross the finish line at 18:40. Evan Covell ended up third at 18:59. Nick Monaco came in fourth at 19:07. Mike Mansfield
28.09.2012 [Financial Times] - Kevin Powers served in the US Army in Iraq in 2004 and 2005, and out of that experience he has forged a harrowing, enormously powerful first novel that recalls The Things They Carried (1990), Tim O'Brien's fictional response to the Vietnam conflict.
27.09.2012 [USA TODAY] - New voices: Bob Minzesheimer profiles debut novelist Kevin Powers, who has written the novel Yellow Birds about two friends deployed to Iraq. Book buzz: "I have I think three people who could play Christian and about four who could play Ana. And I'm
27.09.2012 [Wicked Local] - Kevin Powers led the Sachems with a second place finish against Marblehead, checking in at 17:03. He was third against Gloucester. Evan Covell and Nick Monaco had personal bests; Evan at 18:30 and Nick at 19:09. Krissy Italiano beat her previous best
26.09.2012 [TCPalm] - Martin County Administrator Taryn Kryzda receives the BDBMC's Charlene Hoag Award from Kevin Powers of Indiantown Realty, David Powers of Indiantown Realty and BDBMC board member and Brian Powers of Indiantown Gas (pictured from left to right
11.09.2012 [NPR] - Kevin Powers. Books by Kevin Powers. The Yellow Birds. by Kevin Powers. Hardcover, 230 pages. Kevin Powers has written books about: Fiction. NPR stories about Kevin Powers. Author Interviews · Stories From A New Generation Of American Soldiers
11.09.2012 [ABC Online (blog)] - Which sounds odd for a novel about war but Kevin Powers is able to evocatively capture not only what is happening to the physical landscape of the novel but also the mental landscape. I have never read a book that captures the disintegration of