Harlem Hellfighters on The History Channel

March 10th, 2017

It’s official. The History Channel is developing my graphic novel into a miniseries.

Hollywood Reporter: Will Smith’s Overbook Tackling Max Brooks’ ‘Harlem Hellfighters’ for History Channel (Exclusive)

Amazon: The Harlem Hellfighters

Marine Corps Future Fiction

March 3rd, 2017

The U.S. Marine Corps has done a lot of work to try and figure out what the world could look like in the near future. That work is detailed in the 2015 Security Environment Forecast. The report is intelligent, insightful, and phenomenally well researched. One problem though, it’s boring! No one is going to read it on their own time. That’s why the Corps came up with the novel idea to host a sci-fi workshop to try and turn their report into short stories.

Marine Corps Futures Assessment Division

Science Fiction Futures – Marine Corps Security Environment Forecast: 2030-2045

I’m proud to have to taken part in this experiment and I hope you enjoy the result.

Minecraft Book on Entertainment Weekly

February 23rd, 2017

This is the first interview I’ve done about the new Minecraft book. It explains what the book is about and why the game is so deeply important to me.

‘World War Z author Max Brooks explains his Minecraft novel, Minecraft: The Island’

You can pre-order the book now on Amazon.com

Speaking at West Point

February 1st, 2017

On the courage to champion creativity.

Honor our vets by taking care of them!

November 11th, 2016

Want New Recruits? Take Care of the Old Ones

Women In Combat

November 1st, 2016

Women in War, Lessons from History

My new article on the dangers of privatizing disaster relief

October 25th, 2016

Home Depot or Homeland Security?

My New Writing Project

September 27th, 2016

https://mojang.com/2016/09/max-brooks-is-writing-a-minecraft-novel-oh-yes/

Food Blackmail Post

September 23rd, 2016

My new op-ed on the national security risk of selling Monsanto to a foreign power.

Food Insecurity: The Real Danger of Monsanto’s Sale to Bayer

CINEMA PURGATORIO

August 30th, 2016

The new comics series is finally out. Alan Moore has just launched a new anthology of ongoing horror tales called ‘Cinema Purgatorio’. Each issues contains an 8 page segment from 5 different creative teams (Alan/Kevin O’Neill – Garth Ennis/Raulo Caceres – Kieron Gillen/Ignacio Calero – Christos Gage/Gabriel Andrade – Myself/Michael DiPascale) My story, “A More Perfect Union”, is a throwback to the giant insect movies of the 1950s. Only this time its the 1860s at a place called Gettysburg.