The Pain of the Prison System (POPS) helps creative kids find their voice and see who they are.
Subverting heterosexual narratives, challenging the black and white of good and evil, and turning worn out hero myths on their heads; all in a day’s escape for this novelist.
His childhood dream of writing a book didn’t seem that important. Until he needed to work through his experiences as a child of a schizophrenic, a Psychologist, and a man living with his own schizophrenia.
From the time she read “See Spot run,” and saw the picture form in her mind, L.T. Lewis has been addicted to painting word pictures of her own.
Matthew Gilman wrote his first novel only to please himself, but when it sold enough copies to pay off his debts and give him some financial freedom he realized that he’d hit on the real secret.
Secreted away, in the story you may not know you have, is your voice. When you find your voice, you find authority, security, value and hope. What’s your story?
Four years ago, Kimanzi Constable would have not been able to say he’d lived a life of no regrets. He’s made a point of changing that. By writing.
This school year The Good Men Project is teaming up with The Pain of The Prison System (POPS) to show how art can transform people.
In allowing his creative writing to evolve from a guilty pleasure, practiced in secret, to something he needed to do, Shaky Shergill discovered that he had a gift, one that could serve the world.
GMP Poet Spoon Jackson is one of the subjects of Michel Wenzler’s complex portrait of prison life, in its US premiere at MOMA on February 20.
Interview with the guys behind Daddy Cool, an anthology of dads writing YA stories and essays targeted at their kids
Get the straight science of a bean and its journey through the intestinal system.
Can the name of an ice cream help or hurt an important cause?
Childhood used to be a time of dreaming big. So why have so many teens lost their connection to that thing that really lights them up?
On the 30th anniversary of the International Day of Peace perhaps it’s time we stopped looking to our leaders for peace, when really, peace is up to us.
Couples get so caught up in who is right that they lose sight of what really matters.
One of the things that people often don’t understand about relationships is that everybody needs their space at one point or another.
His mother’s death, his doctor’s warning, and a desire to connect with, and share, the Gentleman Traditions of his heritage, put him on a path of using his writing to have a conversation with the world.
It’s about mindfulness, about completing what we started, about being present in all we do instead of rushing to the next activity.
A quick look at the #PeoplesClimateMarch in New York City.
Who can a parent turn to for community and spiritual support when their church declares their LGBT child is a broken human being, guilty of a sin for just being who they are?
Do you consider nutritional benefits more important than the survival of the planet?
Let’s get down to business: I wish I’d known some of these things a long time ago.
Cameron Conaway isn’t a car guy, but when he attended Cadillac’s media drive for the 2015 ATS Coupe he felt the pull to become one.
Anne Theriault promises her young son that no matter how he expresses his gender or sexuality, she’ll stand by him.
Connected sex is what I’m after and what drives my fulfilling feelings. I get closeness from sex. I get relaxation and bonding from sex.
If Walt Whitman had lived in a different time, he might’ve written Perry Brass’s celebration of the boy in all of us.