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What Men Think, What Men Write (Creative…

What Men Think, What Men Write (Creative Nonfiction, No. 14)

by Lee Gutkind

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This is an excellent issue! table of contents, a few pieces readable online, at:
part of Robert Vivian's essay on crows can be read at:
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What Men Think, What Men Write is a collection of essays that focuses on the concerns of modern men; relationships between fathers and sons, ties to family roots, cars, and even troubles with the credit card company. This insightful collection features work by C. K. Williams and Madison Smartt Bell.

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