Author Stephen Langston’s newly released “I Flew to War on Pan Am” is a poignant collection of prose vignettes about one man’s experience of war

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“I Flew to War on Pan Am” from Christian Faith Publishing author Stephen Langston is a thematically rich collection of prose sketches that treat topics as diverse as death, fear, racism, duty, and the loneliness of war.

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“I Flew to War on Pan Am”: a gripping and stirring collection of prose poems inspired by one man’s experiences of war. “I Flew to War on Pan Am” is the creation of published author, Stephen Langston, a Vietnam War veteran and a five-time winner of the Editor’s Choice Awards from The National Library of Poetry.

Langston writes: “I came back alive when so many did not. My life forever changed. Not the same man that went to war. My own mother said, ‘What happened to my son?’ War took a nice boy and turned him into a ghost of who he was and a lost soul forever because politicians care not for anyone but themselves.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Stephen Langston’s new book is an exceedingly well-written and profound compendium of verbal sketches recounting one man’s experiences of war.

Unlike other books in the genre, Langston’s conveys the psychological and emotional horror and trauma of war with startling psychological and emotional immediacy, depicting the experience of conflict in a manner that is both entirely original and jaw-droppingly intimate and tangible.

View a synopsis of “I Flew to War on Pan Am” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “I Flew to War on Pan Am” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “I Flew to War on Pan Am”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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