Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus writes about poetry, problem-solving, and how writing well can help you become a better man.
Our poetry picks for this year’s Best of the Net!
Given Lababidi’s background as an immigrant and Muslim in Trump’s America, he passionately hopes that this book is received as a work of hope, peace, and healing for our wounded world.
Embed from Getty Images—Shaming is used by parents, teachers, government, police, social media, healthcare professionals, and countless other entities to punish and to ensure compliance with dominant values. Women, immigrants, people of color, LGBTQIA folks, and people with disabilities are particularly vulnerable to shaming and its long-term effects, not least of which are anxiety and depression.What…
Grant Clauser, winner of the 2016 Cider Press Review Editors’ Prize, and one of our 2016 Pushcart nominees, sat down with us (digitally) to discuss his new book and what it means to him to be a good poet and a good man.
Looking back and moving forward.
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus presents his nominees for the 2016 Best of the Net Awards
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus highlights some of the poems published on The Good Men Project in 2015.
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus has nominated the following six poems for Sundress Press’s 2015 “Best of the Net” awards. Read and enjoy!
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus comments on erotic poetry, queer sex, and a high school controversy involving both of the above.
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus bids farewell to 2014 with a representative sample of some of the fine work published in the past year.
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus reviews Poems that Make Grown Men Cry, a new anthology of poetry that will move even the toughest of guys.
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.
The New Yorker’s loss is The Good Men Project’s gain! Send us your rejected poems!
To kick off National Poetry Month, Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus writes about poetry’s role in “the unacknowledged world” and invites all readers to consider their own “moments of being.”
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus reviews Brock Guthrie’s forthcoming debut poetry book Contemplative Man, a “blunt and evocative” offering from Sibling Rivalry Press.