Jun 16, 2012 — A few decades ago, most fathers would never have thought to read a parenting book, but these days, more and more are writing their own. From the dad-as-coach approach to the hip-dad variation, this year's releases point to a generational divide in what it means to be a father.
Jul 13, 2011 — Dan Kois picks five hilarious new books to lift you out of the summer swelter. Go ahead: Laugh, giggle or guffaw until you sweat!
May 16, 2011 — In The Man in the Gray Flannel Skirt, Jon-Jon Goulian offers a witty and engaging — if not particularly insightful — reflection on his transformation from shy child to outrageous Manhattan scenester.
Jun 25, 2010 — The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist opens up about his experiences as a father to four children and husband to writer Ayelet Waldman in his book of personal essays, Manhood for Amateurs: The Pleasures and Regrets of a Husband, Father and Son, now out in paperback.
Jun 24, 2010 — The Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Michael Chabon's essays on marriage and fatherhood.
Nov 23, 2009 — Book reviewer Alan Cheuse selects the highlights of this holiday season: futuristic dystopias; things that go bump in the night; portraits from Norman Rockwell's America; gay New York; a celebration of our immigrant adventures; one writer's journey to manhood; and, of course, Long John Silver.
Oct 7, 2009 — There has been no shortage of books on motherhood, but daddy diaries are a new phenomenon. Michael Chabon's Manhood for Amateurs raises the bar, with 39 beautifully written essays that trace his influences and celebrate his roles as husband, father and son.
Oct 7, 2009 — The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist opens up about his experiences as a father to four children and husband to writer Ayelet Waldman in his new book of personal essays, Manhood for Amateurs: The Pleasures and Regrets of a Husband, Father and Son.
Mar 27, 2007 — Natalie Moore and Natalie Hopkinson discuss their book Deconstructing Tyrone: A New Look at Black Masculinity in the Hip-Hop Generation.
Jan 25, 2006 — Writer Norah Vincent went undercover as a gender spy. She dressed as a man, glued bits of stubble to her jaw, joined an all-male bowling league, went to strip clubs, a monastery and even went on dates. Vincent talks about the book that resulted: Self-Made Man.