Ken Druck, best-selling author of a book about men, had to learn how to grieve after he lost his own daughter.
Novelist Benjamin Percy finds inspiration and fortitude in his mother, who once, in her third trimester, butchered an elk for 1,000 lbs of meat.
“Kids come first but if you don’t find time to have a few beers and see a naked woman or two, you’re going to be miserable which will make you a bad parent.”
This Spiritual Novelist Has Sold More Than 18 Million Books … And You’ve Probably Never Heard of Him. Or Have You?
Listen in on a fascinating conversation with William Paul Young, the author of best-seller “The Shack” and the new book “Crossroads.”
“I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail.” William Faulkner Reads His Nobel Prize Speech
“A life’s work…to create out of the materials of the human spirit something which did not exist before.”
While departing to far flung and exotic locales this summer, many of you may come across a book being read a certain sect of the jet set. That book, “Twilight of the Elites” by the erudite Chris Hayes may just change both the way you look at, and quite possibly, change the world.
My wife and I had just received the best and most terrifying news of our lives – we were expecting a baby. I had just lost my job; how would I provide for my family as a struggling writer? Would I be able to be the father I wanted to be?
Jonathan Fields is a “dad first”, who just happens to also be an author and serial entrepreneur. Cameron Conaway catches up to him for a chat.
Today, groundbreaking novelist Octavia Butler would have been 64 years old. We pause to celebrate her legacy.
I don’t know Caitlin personally, but I was honoured when she submitted a guestpost. She is an accomplished author and blogger. Caitlin Kelly’s new memoir, “Malled: My Unintentional Career in Retail” (Portfolio/Penguin) was called “excellent” by Entertainment Weekly and compared to “Nickeled and Dimed.” Her first book is, “Blown Away: American Women and Guns” (Pocket Books, 2004). A Toronto [...]
Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Diaz talks about learning from the negative example of his “stereotypical jerk-off irresponsible abusive womanizer” dad, the painful lessons of his own infidelity, and the ritual of getting clipped…by his barber.