The New Masculinity: A Roadmap for a 21st-Century Definition of Manhood

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Price
$19.95  $18.55
Publisher
ECW Press
Publish Date
Pages
264
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.4 X 0.6 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781770416895
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About the Author

A graduate of Concordia University's creative writing program, Alex Manley is a Montreal-based editor, translator, and award-winning writer whose work has been published by AskMen, Hazlitt, The Walrus, Vulture, Catapult, Electric Literature, Maisonneuve magazine, THIS magazine, and the Literary Review of Canada, among others.

Reviews
"Earnest yet provocative, this wake-up call has much to offer." -- Publishers Weekly
"The New Masculinity is a hopeful, refreshing look at the post-feminist possibilities that lie ahead of us all, and it's a necessary how-to guide for men and boys everywhere." -- Maisonneuve
"At once astute and accessible" -- Esquire
"It's never too late to come of age in a new era with new expectations. At its heart, The New Masculinity is a wayfinding text from the Millennials to the Gen Z-ers who must forge a new path, gain a new vocabulary, and take the initiative to get comfortable with their vulnerability. In the essential work of expanding the definition of manhood, Manley is one guiding force." -- The Montreal Review of Books
"Much of his message is about becoming a better person - practicing civility, respect, love, and compassion for other human beings, rather than acting out the domination and hostility that are becoming the norm for some men in American society. The sections on avoiding stereotypical romantic roles are particularly illuminating." -- AudioFile Magazine
"This conversational, accessible, and astute nonfiction offering from AskMen senior editor Alex Manley balances candid memoir and social commentary to give readers an alternative to our standard--and tired--conversations around masculinity." -- All Lit Up Blog