You’re the writer we’ve all been waiting for. The Good Men Project is always looking for our next contributor or columnist. And the world is always listening for the next leading voice.
Dann Alexander believes that writers can teach us great lessons on life.
The shared patterns of our lives pass into the pages of the books we love.
Jesse Kornbluth the violet hour: when writer’s reach their end.
What does the future of music hold?
“Enough is a feast.” – Buddhist Proverb I started writing an introduction for my third book this past summer. The topic of the book deals with resiliency—the ability people have to bounce back after tragedy or trauma. I could think of no better story to begin such a book than the life of Abraham Lincoln.…
As a huge Marvel fan, and one of today’s most influential writers on the topics of race and society, it was a no-brainer to tap Ta-Nehisi Coates to write the new “Black Panther” comic.
Although our reasons may not be the same, understanding our motives is a powerful thing.
We are always looking for unique weekly and daily writers to help dial in our original content.
We want to hear the stories of how you bonded with your dad, your special memories and funny moments.
We love talking about the “Changing Roles of Men” and hope you do too!
What’s the best advice for authors? Ironically, it’s to stop looking for advice.
We want to hear the story of the “why” behind your words.
Teachers and friends, writers and bosses, lovers and heroes –I lovingly remember and honor the gifts you shared.
Seriously. A valid question.
Is it time for “gay dads” to be known as just “dads?” Maybe. For writer Rob Watson, that day has not yet arrived, he is holding onto the adjective for now. Here is why.