Looking for a unique gift for Father’s Day? Or do you just want to read the 31 original stories that inspired The Good Men Project mission? Here are seven great reasons….
Three months after we married, Celia and I up and moved to Italy. Six months later we returned to the States, almost broke and, somehow, still married.
Perry Glasser is raising his daughter alone. And one by one, the mysteries are dispelled.
What do you do if are a father of a daughter who loves to perform? If you’re Stuart Horwitz, you go busking with her.
An excerpt from The Good Men Project Anthology. By John Sheehy
Norm Appel was terrified to have children while drinking and taking pills. He discovered why.
Amin Ahmad’s excerpt from The Good Men Project anthology. “We take our usual seats at the coffee shop, by the plate glass window. My hands are shaking so badly that I scald myself. ‘What’s going on, man?’ Peter looks at me over the rim of his coffee cup.”
Jeffrey Wallace wants to know why he kept missing the red flags of being a parent.
Rolf Gates tells the story of his sister’s death and daughter’s birth, and how they helped him become a better man.
NFL Hall of Fame member, Andre Tippett, talks about how karate transformed his life and powered his athleticism.
An excerpt from The Good Men Project book: Julio Medina’s story.
Good Men Project contributor Juilo Medina knows how hard it is for an ex-convict to get work. He was one.
Original Good Men Project contributor Amin Ahmad writes about family and immigrant life. His newest story, “Catfish,” was Story of the Week at Narrative Magazine.
Few people shape who you are as a father as much as your own father. In this week’s installment of the Good Men Project Book series, Ricardo Federico tells the universal story of revealing his impending fatherhood to his dad … and what he took away from that conversation.
Why would a man hope for a daughter over a son? Steve Almond answers that question in this week’s installment of the GMP book excerpt series
A bloody forehead, a bad back, and a train wreck later, Joseph Levens’ New Year’s resolution pays off. An excerpt from the Good Men Project book.