Marc Perry’s immersive journalism combines characters from widely different cultures and political persuasions to insightful, dramatic, and sometimes comic effect. He relishes diving deep into historical records to shed light on contemporary issues. Emerging themes in his books include: colonialism, nationalism and international interventionism. You’ll also find musings on music, nature, religion and spirituality. Check-out the books, downloads and blogs and enjoy reading!
War in their own words is a revealing collection of chronologically arranged communications and conversations between senior global leaders, diplomats and military actors during the Kosovo war – arranged to unfold, as if in a play. Of interest to historians, diplomats, politicians, academics, journalists, soldiers and anyone else seeking deep insight into the details of the war.
Freedom at 4AM is a true life tale of cultural clash in Afghanistan: from the political to the personal, from the sadistic to the spiritual. Set against a backdrop of history, geopolitics, religion and misadventure this immersive story climaxes with an unlikely call to prayer under life threatening circumstances. (Video).
Books and Short Stories
(KOSOVO: WORDS AND IMAGES 2013-2023) BOOK DOWNLOAD
“A Place Beyond Belief” is a coffee table book of photographs and writings gathered in Kosovo between 2013-23. The collection covers Kosovo’s landscape, geography, history, religion, people and politics from the author’s unique perspective.
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War in their own words is a revealing collection of communications between senior global leaders, diplomats and military actors during the Kosovo war. The actual words of the key protagonists have been chronologically arranged to unfold, as if in play.’War in their own words’ will be of interest to historians, diplomats, politicians, academics, journalists, soldiers and anyone else seeking deep insight into the details of the war.
MISADVENTURES IN AFGHANISTAN
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Freedom at 4 AM is a true-life tale of cultural clash in Afghanistan. The author vividly conveys the underbelly of seediness and corruption of life in the NGO world; working in the shadows of violence and death. Set against the daily tension of working in Kabul are historical, geopolitical, and spiritual themes. This immersive adventure chronicles personal calamity and change: from religious scepticism to a call to prayer under life-threatening circumstances.
Summer. Samothraki, Northern Aegean, Greece. Homo sapiens gather on rocks below the thin frayed string of a waterfall as the sun gently eases below a mountain ridge. A bronzed girl leans against her boyfriend, reading; another