This Tendency Is Now Familiar to Us: Poem by Emily Kendal Frey

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We define ourselves by what we believe

She’s Going to Do Something Amazing: Poem by Lynn Melnick

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She’s choking on the inspirational music / from the nurse tech’s radio, something about running and fire

Tiny Hand-cuffs: Poems by Dennis J. Bernstein

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Dennis J. Bernstein has been a longtime front line reporter specializing in Human Rights. His poetry has appeared in the New York Quarterly, Chimaera, Bat City Review, elsewhere.

Good Men Project Adds Award-Winning Editorial Staff

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Welcome the new editors of Dads & Families, Social Justice, Poetry, and Marriage.

Curl Under My Hairy Toes

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“I was so excited to see you I put on the wrong lips.” a poem by Gregory Sherl