What does it mean to be a man now? These poems’ answers are bold and deeply moving.
“… Rejecting both rhetoric and brute force as supreme, this book lives as equally in the heart as the mind. It’s had a drink or two with Lowell, Bly, and Carver. It's found a church of sorts in jazz and blues. As readers, we find ourselves witnessing this sensitive exploration during an historical moment in which What Kind of Man Are You may emerge as one of the most urgent questions.”
“If you could strip us of our insolent and taciturn practices, deny us our drunken and garrulous escapes, and encourage our tongues to talk the truth, these are some of the things men might say about what, and how, they feel.”