Men have evolved. And they’ve now used their opposable thumbs (and other eight digits) to write the first book of its kind about men. The Good Men Project: Real Stories from the Front Lines of Modern Manhood is an anthology of essays about what it means to be a man in America today. The eclectic mix of contributors—from Pulitzer winners, Vanity Fair writers, Emmy winners, Poet Laureates, Gulf War pilots, ex-cons, pro football Hall of Famers—draw upon the defining moments in men’s lives and explores the perspectives men have gained.
Proceeds benefit the Good Men Foundation, a charitable organization providing educational, social, and financial support to men and boys at risk.