So Long, See You Tomorrow

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Jesse Kornbluth reviews William Maxwell’s book, So Long, See You Tomorrow, and calls it “quietly brilliant”.

Brilliance and Inspiration: 3 Male Authors at Book Expo 2014

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Sherri Rosen interviews three authors from diverse cultural backgrounds. Each inspires her in a different way.

“The importance of reading books to kids…they associate it with love.”

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This comment by Kelly on the post Reading Is For Girls

We’re Looking for Everyday Bloggers

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If you have interest in men, have the discipline to write a post a day, and want the benefits of writing for a large, engaged and growing platform, consider joining The Good Men Project team.

An Excerpt from “The End of the World as We Know It.”

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Author Robert Goolrick’s powerful story of sexual abuse, and carrying the weight of it all.

We’re Looking for Bloggers

Are you a blogger, or want to be one? Do you have a genuine interest in men, masculinity, or what it takes to be a good man? Join the Good Men Project!

A Dad. Two Young Sons. And the Story of the Book They Wrote and Published Together

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The creative journey of Henry Herz and his sons.

Dive Into the Written Works Behind This Year’s Best Picture Nominees

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If you enjoyed the motion pictures, you’ll love the books that inspired this year’s Oscar nominations.

When I Make My Lunch

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Waldo quietly prays for food like I sometimes beg for scraps from heaven.

Benjamin Anastas on Crying, Failure, and Too Good to Be True

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An interview with award-winning author Benjamin Anastas, author of the new memoir Too Good to Be True, about fatherhood, failure, and accepting imperfection.

The Guy’s Guide to Feminism: Two Excerpts

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Two excerpts from Michael Kaufman and Michael Kimmel’s book The Guy’s Guide to Feminism

Teen Princes: Men Writing Young Adult (YA) Fiction

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British YA fiction authors James Dawson and Tim Gardner talk about their teen years.

Words, Words, Words… and Questions

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In the age of the internet and digital publication, will the writing profession thrive or perish?

Great Moments In Greatness: James Baldwin Dancing With Lorraine Hansberry

What would you give to know what they were listening to? Wow.