I’ve been reading a blog lately that I wanted to share with you. Time Now: The Iraq and Afghanistan Wars in Art, Film, and Literature is written by Peter Molin, an Army Lt. Colonel and current professor at West Point. It’s a phenomenal blog, fascinating, scholarly, and comprehensive, and I’ve learned from every post I’ve read. The latest two, about the G.I. Film Festival and “Graffiti of War,” are so interesting — he goes above and beyond what most of us are likely to encounter in daily life, and his personal experience in Afghanistan (over a year in Khowst and Paktya provinces, as an advisor to Afghan National Army forces) allows him to contribute insight into everything he discusses. He generally posts about once a week, so I encourage you to subscribe to his blog so you can get an update via email when he posts something new. (I’ve also added a link to “Time Now” here in my blogroll, under Personal Favorites, so you can get there that way as well.)