ABOUT THE BOOK
Yes, Men Do Cry: A Journal
Gary Fish wrote of loss and heartbreak in his diaries for a period of three years. It followed the death of his first wife Lois and here in his book Yes, Men Do Cry, he follows his own feelings, providing a gripping view in the breakdown of the inner man and its manifestations in the mind. It follows the splinters of Fish’s shattered dreams into extremities of emotion and, beyond what its title promises, it also chronicles how Fish slowly recalled himself and gathered the pieces back and reformed his life.