Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. The VOICES IN WARTIME ANTHOLOGY comprises poetry, essays, and narratives based on interviews conducted for the feature-length documentary film Voices in Wartime, which opened in theaters nationwide April 8, 2005. "The 240 pages of this anthology do not contain the words of politicians or pundits," said Andrew Himes, editor of the anthology and executive producer of the film Voices in Wartime. "Instead, it features active-duty soldiers, veterans, torture victims, war correspondents, the families of the disappeared and the dead, poets, peace activists-the compelling responses of unique, individual human beings to the experience of war." Chris Abani, Wilfred Owen and Jonathan Schell are among the contributors.