Lantern is your source for books on animal advocacy, veganism, religion, social justice, and family therapy. We publish books for all wanting to live with greater depth and commitment to the preservation of the natural world.
Lantern Books was co-founded by Gene Gollogly and Martin Rowe in 1999, and has an editorial services division, LanternMedia. Lantern distributes a number of publishers, including Chiron Publications and the American Mental Health Foundation. Lantern is itself distributed by SteinerBooks.
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Gene Gollogly is CEO and President of Booklight Inc. and Lantern Books. He was until recently Director of SteinerBooks. He is on the board of Liturgical Press and is the former chairman of the Association of American Publishers Small and Independent Publisher Group. He can be reached at gene [at] lanternbooks [dot] com.
Martin Rowe is Publisher at Lantern Books and Vice-President of Booklight Inc. He is the co-vice president of the board of the Culture & Animals Foundation and a senior fellow of Brighter Green. He is the author of The Elephants in the Room, The Polar Bear in the Zoo, and Nicaea, and editor of The Way of Compassion and Running, Eating, Thinking: A Vegan Anthology. He co-founded the magazine Satya. He is also the author (with Evander) of Right Off the Bat. His website is martin-rowe.com.
Photo by Jo-Anne McArthur.
Emily Lavieri-Scull is Publishing Associate at Lantern Books, where she handles book production and social media, and is also office manager. She graduated from Vassar College in 2015 with a BA in Psychology. She is the website coordinator and director for the Culture & Animals Foundation, program coordinator at Brighter Green, and communications and operations coordinator at the Green Belt Movement U.S.. She enjoys photography, cooking vegan meals, and playing with animals.
Evander Lomke is the Editor at Large at Lantern Books and the Executive Director of the American Mental Health Foundation, which celebrates 90 years of excellence devoted to mental health research. He is the author (with Martin) of Right Off the Bat. He blogs regularly at rightoffthebatbook.com.