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.
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.