The Way We Dad

The Way We Dad

Four authors remind us that whether it’s teaching a child to ride a bike or learning to listen with your heart, the joy and pain of dad-ing is real. Join Wayne Grady, Dave Macfarlane, Steve Patterson and Ben Philippe for fresh takes on fatherhood.

The Way We Dad
  • The Way We Dad

    Four authors remind us that whether it’s teaching a child to ride a bike or learning to listen with your heart, the joy and pain of dad-ing is real. Join Wayne Grady, Dave Macfarlane, Steve Patterson and Ben Philippe for fresh takes on fatherhood.

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Extras

  • Interview: David Macfarlane

    Best known for his remarkable memoir The Danger Tree, author Dave Macfarlane explores grief, memory and love in his new book Likeness: fathers, sons, a portrait. In conversation, Macfarlane shares his perspective on the multi-dimensional, non-sequential puzzle of living and writing.
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  • Interview: Ben Philippe

    Ben Philippe learned that when the maps came out, his dad’s recurring restlessness was poised to upend life as the family knew it. The author of Sure, I’ll Be Your Black Friend, shares his generous outlook on race, friendship and family.
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  • Interview: Wayne Grady

    Wayne Grady, author of the new novel, The Good Father, had no idea having daughters would be so… complex. Here, he shares the lessons he learned (and keeps learning) and why he got inside the head of a fictional young woman named Daphne.
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  • Interview: Steve Patterson

    If fatherhood is “just like riding a bike,” well, as comedian Steve Patterson explains, it’s time someone admitted that riding a bike is often painful. The author of Dad Up!, Patterson reveals the dark secret behind why anyone has more than one child.
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