What were the 31 original stories that inspired The Good Men Project mission? Here are seven great reasons to find out….
The editors of and contributors to The Good Men Project are proud to present this collection of works inspired by Muhammad Ali.
At The Good Men Project we’ve sparked an international conversation about the changing roles of men in the 21st century.
“The men whom I have met during the Project have each inspired me to grow in a different way. They are my heroes. What we need as men isn’t more silent suffering; it’s the willingness to tell and listen to the truth of our lives.” ~ Tom Matlack
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus reviews Poems that Make Grown Men Cry, a new anthology of poetry that will move even the toughest of guys.
Steve Edwards talks to Brian Gresko, the editor behind the upcoming “When I First Held You”, about literary fathers, gender and parenting, and the transformative power of becoming a dad
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Yes, it’s hard. But we don’t care if things are hard, as long as they are not physically impossible.
Perry Glasser is raising his daughter alone. And one by one, the mysteries are dispelled.
Kenneth E. Hartman’s anthology sheds light on the other death penalty: life without parole.
An excerpt from the short story, “The Sharp Knife of A Short Life” by Top Cow Talent Hunt winner Hannibal Tabu.
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.”
San Diego, New York, even Emerald City and the numerous Wizard World shows … sure, Black people show up (and sometimes in a major way), but why aren't there any conventions aimed at us? Oh … right, there's Onyxcon!On August 19-20, Atlanta will host Onyxcon, a two- day convention that celebrates the contributions and presence…
The eclectic mix of contributors—from Pulitzer winners, Vanity Fair writers, Emmy winners, Poet Laureates, Gulf War pilots, ex-cons, pro football Hall of Famers—draw upon the defining moments in men’s lives and explore the perspectives men have gained.