Daddies who are feminist allies are just the best.
A loving celebration of brown dads and babies.
Poems about all kinds of dads.
Harriet's daddies have lost her to a crew of penguins! Will she make it to her birthday party?
The journey from Central America to the United States through the eyes of a child traveling with her father.
Dad used to be in a band, get tattoos... why did he stop being so cool?!
What does it mean to be a Black man in America? A personal and historical exploration of race that takes the form of a letter from father to son.
A tribute to Abbott’s father, who was a devoted single dad, creative force and gay man who raised her in 1970s and 80s San Francisco.
Ruth Young decides to move home to be with her father Howard, a history professor falling under the grip of Alzheimer’s disease. A novel that is tender, funny and poignant.
The story of Cyril Avery, born in post-World War II Dublin to an unmarried teenager and adopted by well-off but unusually aloof parents. Cyril comes of age and tries to come to terms with being gay in an extremely repressive society, finding love, family and unconventional fatherhood in a story that is loaded with both pain and humor.
A brand-spanking-new collection of essays from the local acclaimed author with reflections about his father and being a parent to four children.
Essays by authors, musicians and other thinkers selected from among the best from Rad Dad Magazine and the Daddy Dialectic blog.