Make a list, forget literature, and abandon the craft of the word-smith. After that, can there be justice for literature?
Poetry editor Charlie Bondhus reflects on what it means to be gay, a poet, and an editor, and what all this means in terms of the Good Men Project’s mission.
When someone says those four words—I am a man—what does it mean? You’ll probably agree with Scott Heydt…more than once.
In an engaging interview with Win Bassett, multiple award-winning poet Joshua Robbins talks poetry, parenthood, and how a good man is hard to define.
A geese family, two youngsters, and a flute help revive Spoon Jackson’s inspiration.
Seamus Heaney (1939-2013): ‘If You Have the Words, There’s Always a Chance That You’ll Find the Way.’
A tribute to Seamus Heaney—whose words helped Jesse Kornbluth finish his novel and countless others learn to love and live.
Spoon Jackson gives a glimpse into daily prison life and asks, “How can we heal without the arts?”
Experts started work on opening the tomb of Chilean Nobel prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda, to uncover his remains and determine if he died of cancer or was poisoned.
“Ten years ago, I turned my head for a moment and it became my life.”
Brotherhood means answering when your friend has the courage to ask. A excerpt from Pedro Serrano’s book, Pride—Diary of a Gay Skinhead, in the Men and Suicide series.
Coach Cj Swaby’s fight against grief.
“Education is the miracle. I’m just the worker. I’m a teacher. And that’s what we do.”
Today’s the 84th birthday of the literary icon, and we stop to pay tribute.