Author(s): Marvin Grosswirth
The right beard, worn well, is a mark of virility, distinction, dash, and self-confidence. This witty and practical guide extols the pleasures and benefits of a well-covered chin, including heightened attention from women and increased social and professional respect. "Although this was originally written in the 70's, one can argue it's relevant today now more than ever. For both the beardless and bearded it's everything you could ask for when asking the question 'Should I grow a beard?'"
New York writer Marvin Grosswirth (1932-84) was a graduate of Baruch College and chairman of the American Mensa Association from 1973 to 1975. In addition to his contributions to many periodicals, he was the author of several books, including The Heraldry Book: How to Design Your Own Coat of Arms, Match Wits with Mensa, and Fat Pride.