And by "our," of course, I mean "Dooce."
Way back, Heather Armstrong invited me  to write an essay for her anthology on fathers and fatherhood, Things I Learned About My Dad (in therapy). The book was just released yesterday, and it seems to be doing rather well for the moment.
I wrote about how the elaborateness of your projects reveals how much you love your kid. But looking at the list of contributors [as you can imagine, I like things in alphabetical order], I think others are doing the real, heavy literary lifting. If fatherhood were a sofa, I'd be the fifth guy, holding in the middle, who ends up clogging the doorway. [See, I shouldn't even try.] Anyway, thanks to Heather and the folks at Kensington. I am stoked to read it.
Anyway, there are pieces by: Greg Allen [hey!], Gail Armstrong, Heather Armstrong, Jon Armstrong, Matthew Baldwin, Alice Bradley, Sarah Brown, Bill Farrell, Doug French, Jim Griffioen,
Kevin Guilfoile, Eden Kennedy, Greg Knauss, , Matt LaPlante, Maggie Mason, and Leah Peterson
I haven't heard of any official signings yet besides Heather's gig in Salt Lake on June 5th, but if I see the book on a shelf somewhere, I might just sign it and put it back, Varjak, Paul-style. Keep your eye out.
Buy several copies of Things I Learned About My Dad (in therapy) at Amazon, then buy some more at each bookstore near you.
 I'm just going to assume Heather's talking about me when she said, "when this one guy said SURE! and the excitement I experienced was not unlike what I imagine it would feel like to impregnate Angelina Jolie myself."