If you’re a writer without a rejection letter, you’re doing something wrong.
Dr. Elwood Watson doesn’t have kids, doesn’t want them and does not care what your opinion is on the matter.
The GMP Dad conversations were poignant and profound. Catch up on what you missed.
Here’s how protect yourself from the trolls of the internet. And keep your sanity.
“My generation is too focused on easy stories: vituperative takedowns, lists of .gifs, and flippant blog posts,” writes seminarian N.C. Harrison.
In a culture where oversharing is de rigueur, Patrick Brothwell finds that blogging while remaining authentic and not crossing boundaries is becoming increasingly difficult.
The gifts from one’s parents include passions and observations that communicate—and finally become—character and identity.
When the menswear blogosphere sucks this much, what’s a guy to do?
Media guru Ryan Holiday exploits the chinks inherent in the armor of the news-gathering process, and the fourth estate fights back. Chuck Ross interviews a self-admitted media manipulator.
Lisa Hickey offers six ways to think about community building, and 16 ways to start building.
#10 Always be honest. Always.
A re-cap of today’s call with the evangelists: what is going on at the Good Men Project and why it’s important.
The Good Men Project joins with “No Seriously, What About Teh Menz” and other blogs that are seriously (or amusingly) about, by and for men.
In a world where social perceptions severely limit what we constitutes men’s fashion, Danny shows us one man who has become a saboteur.
Josh Bowman has learned a lot from his neuroses.
Megan Rosker wants us to be careful not to treat social media as the entirety of human interaction.