Mark St. Amant interviews his second favorite “Nigel,” getting the inside scoop on topics ranging from Daily Fantasy Sports to his personal life.
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What were the 31 original stories that inspired The Good Men Project mission? Here are seven great reasons to find out….
Mark St. Amant talks to author (and former college band-mate) Andy Abramowitz about his debut novel THANK YOU, GOODNIGHT, risk-taking, crying, adoption, and the confusing appeal of Lou Reed.
Mark St. Amant wonders if a private sports team should have the right to lock a thirteen year-old into a contract, if it’s clearly not what the child wants.
Author and ad guy Mark St. Amant Goes “Man-to-Man” with top NFL draft pick and devoted son, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.
Author, ad guy (and sporadic TV blabbermouth) Mark St. Amant weighs in on one New Jersey school’s Valentine’s Day rules.
Mark St. Amant reports from the front lines of legalized weed in Colorado.
Author and ad guy Mark St. Amant chats with noted photographer and co-author of “The Unforgettable Photograph”, George Lange.
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.
Author and ad guy Mark St. Amant talks to rock legend & sports radio host, Steve Gorman, about life on the road, fatherhood, air-drumming to the Beatles, and puking up tainted Sloppy Joes.
Author and ad guy Mark St. Amant gets this self-critique—and much, much more—from ESPN fantasy guru and FANTASY LIFE author, Matthew Berry.
Mark St. Amant talks to Ben Mezrich about fame, manhood, kids, STRAIGHT FLUSH, and waking up under a pile of hookers in a Dubai hotel (or not).
Author Mark St. Amant talks to actor, writer, comedian Rob Delaney about what makes something funny, Klondike bars, manhood, and a very naughty word beginning with “C.”
Author and ad guy Mark St. Amant explains why writer/director/producer Jason Woliner is one of Hollywood’s good guys, and talks to Jason about chillaxing, bro-be-ques, and selling poison to children.
Good Men Media CEO Lisa Hickey wants you—and Malcom Gladwell—to know: the revolution can be tweeted.