Erin Solaro is the author of Women in the Line of Fire, a book based on her experiences as a journalist and researcher embedded with combat troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Marine Corps Gazette, Naval Institute Proceedings,The Washington Times and other publications. Her article, "The Lionesses of Iraq," originally published in Seattle Weekly, has been anthologized for use in journalism courses. Another one of her essays, “Women and the Profession of Arms,” was published in the essay collection One of the Guys. She has done extensive media and public speaking, especially on college campuses, including West Point and Mount Holyoke. She is also the author of the novel The Doves.
Final Thoughts on Women as Citizens: What Do We Do With Our Freedom
In Praise of Military Women: Thanks for Taking on Responsibility for Our Nation
Mothers in the Military: Maternal Mortality Rate and Its Relationship to Combat
Sexual Assault in the Military: Shaming the Perpetrators, Instead of the Victims
The Combat Exclusion
Introductions: An Unabashed Feminist Writes About Women in the Military