A.X. Ahmad talks about writing, how he created a fast-moving thriller that was so sensually descriptive, surprise endings–and of course, some thoughts on being a good (or not so good) man.
‘Travels With Casey’ is a brilliant, funny, heartwarming book about an epic journey across America and the dogs (and men) Benoit and Casey met in the process.
Business ain’t what it used to be. We’re looking for the voices that will shape what it becomes. If you’re a writer with a perspective on business, please let us hear from you.
Jess Kornbluth reviews cartoonist Roz Chast’s memoir, and discusses the hard stuff about getting older.
And There Was Light: The autobiography of Jacques Lusseyran, blind hero of the French Resistance.
Marie Franklin reviews the book Challenging Casanova by Andrew Smiler and looks at how it fits with her own experience.
Michael Kimmel thinks that the justifiable decline of hegemonic masculinity is driving the issues and anxieties of America’s angry white men—and he might just be right.
Good Men Project Writer Michael Anthony Summarizes The 6 Men’s Books That Started The Movement into One Sentence Each.
Matthew Remski and Michael Stone write about the spirituality of fatherhood and family life.
Climate change experts Les Johnson, C Bangs & Greg Matloff tell it like it is and how we can change the direction of climate change in a positive way!
For John Espinosa Nelson the height of irony was devouring Elmore Leonard novels in prison.
Anthony Doubek found that the Harry Potter books taught him specific morals, introduced him to politics, and gave him a way to honestly look at the world for the first time.
“Silicon Valley parties are notoriously dour.” So begins This is Rage. We will be serializing the book, chapter by chapter. This is chapter one.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews A Walk in the Woods and realizes that Bill Bryson is a funny, funny man.
Slater’s classic book changed the way Jesse Kornbluth thought back in 1970, and guides him even now. Here’s why.