Like many during the 2016 election, I was glued to the Presidential Campaign.
Some might say Blixa Scott, an attorney, is a real loser in the game of love: her boyfriend of four years gets paid by the hour to do physically demanding work. But she wouldn’t have it any other way.
He makes me feel relaxed, happy and sexy.
Worlds collide when a blue collar guy winds up in the mystical land of Oz in this poem from Sarah Ann Winn.
Laurie Kolp paints a portrait of a hard living man and the nature of inevitability.
“If Wal-Mart is an example of the type of job that the blue-collar man should be grateful to have, things don’t look good for the future.”
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus reviews Brock Guthrie’s forthcoming debut poetry book Contemplative Man, a “blunt and evocative” offering from Sibling Rivalry Press.
Forging could be considered the second oldest profession in the world, but for outlaw biker Terry Shanks forging has become a spiritual discipline.
Our images of manhood and success are too often tied to a “working man” image that doesn’t exist in the real world any more.
Sometimes the privileged aren’t all they’re made out to be.
Cisco Araya is a a little bit opera, a little bit heavy metal, and an entirely devoted husband and father.
In a world where anyone can watch fifteen ways to sharpen a hand saw or to build a rail gun, is craftsmanship lost?
Steven Axelrod didn’t go looking for his second career.