Ashley Inguanta and Sheila Squillante build bridges between past, present, and future in this jointly-written poem–a first for the Good Men Project!
Having worked in Baghdad for the Constitutional Support Program, Sara Johnson-Steffey reflects on a moment in time while wondering – did we forget about Iraq? — I sometimes find myself remembering the sounds of Iraq. The call to prayer, five times daily, piercing the haze of the air, a tinny shriek of bad amplifiers resounding […]
Unresolved conflict from the past may be the most harmful influence on your future. Steve Spring offers some simple ways to let go.
Don’t get between me and my Bob Marley Cassettes.
A TV series scene sparks Derek Dupuis to think about his past, and reconsider what he once called failures.
Ken Goldstein found — much to his surprise — that he had a blast at his recent college reunion. Here’s why.
Safety Not Guaranteed mixes deadpan comedy, love, and scifi to look at how our past can cast a shadow on our present, but only as much as we allow.
Eduardo Garcia reflects back on his old writing to see the man he was and the man he has become.
I am either a hero or a failure in my daydreams, but is the present enough for me?
Steven Garbin remembers a fish he wishes he never caught.
For those that love us and are aware of our past: the other survivors of abuse.
Dear John addresses a bisexual hook-up from the past, a jealous coworker, and an anonymous note about body odor.
Sometimes living in the present requires a leap of faith, and the simple pleasure of a single strawberry.