Michael Rowe tells the poignant story of an athlete was afraid to come out — and one who was brave enough to do so.
This Halloween, novelist Michael Rowe recalls his meeting with the Master of the Macabre on the set of Stephen King’s Storm of the Century and the lesson he learned about grace under pressure.
Who wouldn’t denounce hate crimes? A President Elect who has already failed his first test of leadership less than three days after his election.
Realizing how the myth of Cuba overpowers the reality of Cuba in the minds of most Americans.
When novelist Michael Rowe posted an electrifying image of a Trump rally in Colorado by photojournalist Nate Gowdy, the impact rocked his Facebook page.
Horror novelist Michael Rowe writes about his relationship to the film that best defines the glorious, ghostly nostalgia of his Halloween season.
Michael Rowe recalls a woman who changed his life.
Your dog loves you. He’ll do anything to please you, including running himself to death beside you along pavement hot enough to fry an egg.
Michael Rowe responds to claims that Nick Jonas is using his hotness just to lure in gay fans.
In honor of World AIDS Day, Michael Rowe remembers his mentor John Preston, the ghost of whom he carries with him everywhere.
“My girlfriend, the incredibly hot born-again Christian to whom I lost my virginity, asked me if you were an actual fag, or if you just acted like one.” By Michael Rowe
Michael Rowe believes that even if Dan Cathy were a medieval peddler selling slivers of the One True Cross, he couldn’t be more of a fraud than he is in this instance.