Future Man: How to Evolve and Thrive in the Age of Trump, Mansplaining, and #MeToo

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Price
$24.99
Publisher
Arcade Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
312
Dimensions
6.2 X 1.1 X 9.1 inches | 1.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781628729931
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About the Author

Tim Samuels is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, broadcaster, and journalist. Tim has been a leading name on the BBC for many years. He now also appears as a global correspondent on the National Geographic channel. Tim's films have won the top UK and international honors, including best documentary at the World Television Festival and three Royal Television Society awards. He has written for the New York Times, Guardian, and GQ. Tim's acclaimed new podcast, All Hail Kale, was the number one new BBC podcast according to the London Evening Standard. Future Man, when published in Britain--as Who Stole My Spear?--was an Amazon bestseller. Born in Manchester, England, Tim now lives in London but works between the UK and US.

Reviews

"So THAT'S what they're thinking. A fascinating peep behind the curtains . . . Hilarious, witty, insightful, and unique."--Helen Fielding, author of the Bridget Jones series

"Hilarious . . . Samuels is an excellent guide and analyst. He also strives to be solutions-oriented in discussing fatherhood, dating, mental health, aging, gender roles, and other very sensitive topics (for men)."--Foreword Reviews

"Whether you're a man or woman, if you're interested in understanding the current confused, paradoxical, conflicted state of the human male and his future evolution (and who is not?), then this is a must-read book for you."--Deepak Chopra

"I laughed a lot. And cried some, but only on the inside. Which is where a man cries."--David Duchovny

"Tim Samuels knows it isn't always easy to be a man. In a disarmingly honest and funny way, he sets about revealing and challenging many of the ways men now find themselves living - taking on everything from war, religion and pornography, to fatherhood and relationships. The book is important as well as charming: something for many men, and as importantly women, to read, learn and be consoled by. "--Alain de Botton

"Insightful, funny, and honest . . . A great guide not to Real Man but to real men."--David Baddiel, comedian, television presenter, and bestselling novelist

"A soul-baring attempt to figure out what it means to be masculine."--Louis Theroux, filmmaker and author of The Call of the Weird: Travels in American Subcultures

"Pick of the Month."--Vanity Fair (UK)

"Brilliant."--Daily Telegraph

"A highly entertaining book on how to be a man in the 21st century . . . Should be required reading for every Jewish prince. "--Times of Israel

"Not talking about masculinity is absolutely a symptom of our weird gender binaries. We should definitely talk about it more freely and not feel like it is always going to be some huge fight. "--Andi Zeisler on Future Man, as quoted in The Cut

"The mantra of the book for me was male honesty and candor, no matter how uncomfortable that might be for me, or make me look a bit vacuous or superficial at times. "--Tim Samuels, as quoted in the Times of Israel

"Thanks for letting me know I'm not the a**hole that I often think I am. Tremendous work."--Steve on Twitter