Reading List for Men
Iron John, Robert Bly. The classic, still.
The Water of Life, M Meade. Stories and interpretation, amazing insight.
See website www.mosaicvoices.org)
King, Warrior, Magician, Lover. Robert Moore/D Gillette.
Fire in the Belly, Sam Keen. First important men’s book.
Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life; Under Saturn’s
Shadow, James Hollis. Comes from Carl Jung’s approach.
Flying Boy; Facing the Fire (on anger); The Half-Lived Life, John Lee.
All books by Martin Prechtel.
Finding Our Fathers, S.Osherson
Absent Fathers, Lost Sons. G. Corneau
The Prince and the King, Michael Gurian. Masterpiece on fathers and sons.
Hold on to your NUTS, Wayne Levine
The Way of the Superior Man, David Deida
Stories of Men, Meaning, and Prayer, Jeffrey Duvall
Listening to Midlife, Mark Gerzon.
Death of a Hero, Birth of the Soul. John Robinson.
Stories for Midlife, Allen Chinen
The Middle Passage, James Hollis.
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