New short-story in Stand Magazine
STAND magazine is a quarterly print magazine for men who give a damn about being better men, better husbands, better fathers, better partners, better brothers, better friends, better sons, better neighbors, better citizens.
STAND magazine, issue two, highlights several individuals and companies attempting to do just that, including Christian Birky, the founder of Detroit-based fashion label Lazlo, and William McDonough and Michael Braungart, authors of Cradle to Cradle. The issue includes a short story by paulo da costa.
Swedish writer Ulf Peter Hallberg remembers his father and we then look at the very serious issue of human trafficking with photojournalist Tim Matsui. Writer Steve Almond tells us why he turned against football after years of being a fan of the game.