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News Archive

Lantern Authors in The New York Times
11/29/2017

Two of our books, Aphro-ism by Aph and Syl Ko and Sistah Vegan by A. Breeze Harper, were recently featured, among others, in an article about black vegans in The New York Times.



New Book by Bill Hatcher
11/29/2017

Principles of Flight: Flying Bush Planes Through a World of War, Sexism, and Meat, Bill Hatcher's latest book, is being printed and will be available soon.



Soering's Case is being Reviewed Again
10/13/2017

Germany's ambassador and the former president of Germany, recently met with the Virginia Parole Board that is reviewing the case of Jens Soering, author of five titles for Lantern. They believe new DNA evidence exonerates Soering and are asking for him to be returned to German custody. You can read more here.



Will Tuttle Speaking about The World Peace Diet
10/13/2017

Will Tuttle will be touring and speaking about his book The World Peace Diet in the U.S., Spain, Switzerland, England, India, and across India. You can see his full tour schedule here.



Martin Rowe writes song cycle about Wangari Maathai
09/07/2017

Author and editor Martin Rowe is the librettist of a song cycle called And the Hummingbird Says… based on the ideas, words, and life of the Kenyan environmentalist Wangari Maathai. Lantern published one of Wangari's books, The Green Belt Movement, as well as a biography written by Namulundah Florence. The song cycle will premiere at this year's Compassion Arts Festival.



Kat Von D shares How to Create a Vegan World with followers
09/07/2017

The tattoo artist Kat Von D, known for her cruelty-free make-up line, has endorsed Tobias Leenaert's book How to Create a Vegan World. Kat says, "this book is really helping me understand how much more effective I could be if I took some of these ideas into consideration."

Review of Captive from Charles Siebert
08/10/2017

Captive by Jo-Anne McArthur received this review from author, journalist, and poet, Charles Siebert, "The wonder of the work is that it induces that same deep existential hollowness that zoos themselves do, the disquieting sense that, as Rilke, one of the great zoo-visiting poets, put it: 'the shrewd animals notice that we are not very much at home in the world we've expounded.'"



Jo-Anne McArthur's piece in the National Geographic
08/03/2017

You've likely seen some photos from Jo-Anne McArthur's new book, Captive about animals in zoos and aquaria, but now you can read more about why Jo-Anne took these photos and her thoughts on zoos in her article in the National Geographic. Read it here.



Aph Ko interviewed on Our Hen House
07/31/2017

Aph Ko, co-author of Aphro-ism, was interviewed on the latest episode of Our Hen House. Check it out here.



More photos from Captive are being shared
07/28/2017

IFL Science has shared some photos from Jo-Anne McArthur's new book, Captive. Lots of people have been sharing these photos and giving zoos a second thought.



Photos from Captive in the news
07/27/2017

Photos from Jo-Anne McArthur's new book, Captive, have been featured in The Washington Post, the Toronto Sun, and The Guardian. The Washington Post calls her photos "unusual and at times arresting."



Even Vegans Die reviewed by The Thinking Vegan
06/28/2017

Even Vegans Die was recently reviewed by The Thinking Vegan and coauthor Ginny Messina was also interviewed. He asks Ginny for a piece of advice to give vegans in which she replies, "Anyone can get sick and we are all going to die. Our activism is strengthened and enhanced when we acknowledge this and act on it by extending compassion toward other vegans and by making plans to continue our legacy for animals after we die." Read the entire review here.



Bill Sizemore interviewed on Inside Charlottesville
06/27/2017

Bill Sizemore, coauthor of A Far, Far Better Thing did a live radio interview on Inside Charlottesville where he talked about Jen Soering's murder case.



The World Becomes What We Teach reviewed by Green Teacher
06/20/2017

The World Become What We Teach by Zoe Weil was recently reviewed by the non-profit Green Teacher. They write, "[the book] will support any educator wanting to transform education and teaching in their classroom as a means of promoting a more just society." Read more here.



Even Vegans Die reviewed by Animal Allies
06/12/2017

Even Vegans Die was recently reviewed by Animal Allies. They write, "Even Vegans Die serves as a useful corrective to the general trend in works produced by vegans, which tend to give the impression that eating vegan provides some kind of magic shield against ailments of any kind." Read the entire review here.



Even Vegans Die reviewed by Whole Green Wellness
06/12/2017

Even Vegans Die was recently reviewed by Taylor Wolfram of Whole Green Wellness. She writes, "This book is a unique combination of myth-busting, real talk and reminders of how important it is to care for others while they are sick or dying and to prepare for our own deaths." Read the entire review here.



We Animals now available in Spanish
06/08/2017

We are delighted to announce that Jo-Anne McArthur's book, We Animals, is now available in Spanish. La obra We Animals contiene más de cien fotografías obtenidas a partir de las miles de imágenes que constituyen un archivo en el que se muestra a los animales en granjas, laboratorios, circos, acuarios y mercados; así como en santuarios y su hábitat natural. You can purchase it here.



Even Vegans Die reviewed in Psychology Today
06/05/2017

Even Vegans Die was recently reviewed in Psychology Today by Lisa Kramer. She writes, "This book reminds us that vegans are human too, and counsels all of us–vegans and non-vegans alike–to take better care of ourselves and each other." Read the entire review here.



Write-up in the Midwest Book Review
05/18/2017

Coping with Anxiety in an Age of Terrorism was recently reviewed by Paul T. Vogel of Vogel's Bookshelf, Midwest Book Review. Vogel writes, "the message, from this expert on life-stress and violence is sobering and timely." Read the complete review here.



New Titles Available as Audiobooks
05/09/2017

We are in the process of turning more of our books into audiobooks! The World Becomes What We Teach by Zoe Weil and The Parallel Process by Krissy Pozatek are our most recent titles. Listen to them here.



Author Bill Hatcher's Indiegogo Campaign
05/01/2017

Author Bill Hatcher has launched a crowdfunding campaign for his latest book, The Principles of Flight. You can pre-order your copy here.



Nonviolence Now! wins silver medal
04/11/2017

Congrats to author Alycee J. Lane for winning the silver medal for inspirational/spiritual titles from the Independent Publisher Book Awards for her book Nonviolence Now! Her book has also been named a Finalist in the CURRENT EVENTS/SOCIAL CHANGE Category of the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards (NGIBA).



AMHF in the San Francisco Chronicle
04/05/2017

Evander Lomke, president & executive director of the American Mental Health Foundation (AMHF), published an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle. He talks about the terrorist attacks we constantly deal with and the new book by clinical psychologist, Raymond B. Flannery Jr., Coping with Anxiety in an Age of Terrorism. Read the article here.



Jens Soering in the Washington Post
03/09/2017

Check out the new article in the Washington Post about our author Jens Soering's case. It is now possible that he was wrongly convicted for a double murder in Virginia back in 1985. He tells his side of the story in the new book, A Far, Far Better Thing.



Two New Books Now Available
03/02/2017

A Far, Far Better Thing and Coping with Anxiety in an Age of Terrorism are now available. Click on the titles to learn more about each book and purchase your copy.



Jo-Anne McArthur's books available soon
03/02/2017

Jo-Anne McArthur's new book, Captive, and the paperback version of her first book, We Animals, have been sent to the printers and will be available at the end of April. Click on the titles to learn more about each book.



Mark Braunstein on two radio shows
03/02/2017

Mark Braunstein, author of Radical Vegetarianism, appeared on “Here’s to Your Health” radio show in LA and also on Vegan World Radio on Tuesday February 28.

Two New Books
01/25/2017

Captive and A Far, Far Better Thing have been sent to the printers and will be released soon. Click on the titles or the images above to learn more about each book.



Vegan America Project
01/25/2017

Lantern publisher Martin Rowe has started the Vegan America Project to investigate what the U.S. might look like when it’s no longer possible or desirable to use animals for food, clothing, labor, entertainment, or experimentation. Visit the website to learn more.



Judy Carman on Main Street Vegan podcast
12/07/2016

Author Judy Carman is on Victoria Moran's Main Street Vegan podcast to discuss the Interfaith Vegan Alliance.



Margo DeMello on Knowing Animals Podcast
12/05/2016

Dr. Siobhan O'Sullivan's Knowing Animals podcast, which covers people and topics in the field of human-animal studies, just featured Lantern author Margo DeMello and her recently edited book, Mourning Animals.



Jo-Anne McArthur's Photos Included in Exhibit to End Zoos
10/24/2016

Jo-Anne McArthur, author of We Animals and the upcoming book, Captive, is one of the photographers included in Born Free Foundation’s new exhibit, which reveals the horrible conditions of European zoos. Click here to learn more and to view some of the photographs.



Jo-Anne McArthur in One Green Planet article
10/18/2016

Check out this article from One Green Planet about Jo-Anne McArthur’s new book, Captive. Click here to pre-order your copy today.



Review for The Art of the Animal
10/17/2016

Make sure to check out this review of The Art of the Animal in Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture. Annie Potts writes about each of the women artists who explore the work of Carol J. Adams and "discuss their commitment to exposing, challenging and disrupting the ways in which women and animals are objectified, dismembered or fragmented, and consumed in Western culture."



Lantern launches a new publishing campaign!
10/13/2016

We are excited to announce the launch of our Indiegogo campaign for Jo-Anne McArthur’s new book, Captive. In this follow-up to We Animals, McArthur uses over one hundred photographs to reveal the lives of animals in zoos and aquariums around the world.

There are options to pre-order a discounted copy of Captive, a new soft-cover copy of We Animals, and additional perks which will all help produce, print, and distribute this book as a beautiful full-color paperback. Click here to contribute. Thank you for your support!



A. Breeze Harper on the Secret Ingredient podcast
09/12/2016

A. Breeze Harper, editor of Sistah Vegan, talks about race and ethical consumption on NPR’s Secret Ingredient podcast.

Victoria Moran, Sexiest Vegan Over 50 finalist
09/12/2016

Victoria Moran, author of The Love-Powered Diet, is a finalist in PETA’s Sexiest Vegan Over 50 competition. The completion is fierce, but she has our vote!

Patricia Denys on the Dog Talk podcast
09/12/2016

Patricia Denys, one of the contributors to The Art of the Animal, talks about Andy, the dog that her and her sister care for who uses a wheelchair, and shares the message not to give up on disabled dogs, on the Dog Talk podcast.

Ellen Tadd's Blog and Workshops
07/06/2016

Ellen Tadd, author of our book The Wisdom of the Chakras, has recently begun blogging at The Huffington Post and her writings include her thoughts and perspectives on navigating our daily lives with intentionality and grace. She has also begun a Meditation Class Series, which is starting on September 18th.

Review for Violence Why People Do Bad Things, with Strategies to Reduce that Risk
05/31/2016

Kerry Morrison recently reviewed Violence: Why People Do Bad Things, with Strategies to Reduce that Risk, which you can read here .

The Promise: Why Did Soering Confess?
04/27/2016

Lantern author, Jens Soering, author of several books including One Day in the Life of 179212, was recently featured in the documentary, The Promise. Read more about it in this article, from WVTF Public Radio.

Justice and Empathy Beyond the Human: A Talk & Interview with Lori Gruen
03/29/2016

Lori Gruen, author of our book Entangled Empathy: An Alternative Ethic for Our Relationships with Animals, was interviewed by UO Today, the Oregon Humanities Center’s television program. Watch the full interview here. Lori also recently gave a talk titled "Justice and Empathy Beyond the Human" at the Oregon Humanities Center, which you can view here.

Alex Lockwood Reaches #6 on Amazon
03/24/2016

Alex Lockwood's The Pig In Thin Air has reached number 6 on Amazon UK's animal rights list. If you're in the UK, you can help him keep it there by clicking on the link. The North American market has a ways to go, but we can do our bit!

Valentina Sonzogni on An Art for the Other
03/24/2016

Italian art and culture critic Valentina Sonzogni came by the Lantern offices the other day to give a talk about her book, cowritten with philosopher Leonardo Caffo, on An Art for the Other. You can now watch her talk on YouTube.

Janell O'Rourke on The Art of the Animal
03/24/2016

Janell O'Rourke, co-editor of The Art of the Animal: Fourteen Women Artists Explore the Sexual Politics of Meat, gave a talk on the book and her art recently at the Lantern offices. You can now see her talk on YouTube.

Your Spring Reading List: New Titles Available to Order
02/24/2016

The following Lantern titles are now available on Amazon for preorder: The Pig in Thin Air, by Alex Lockwood; The World Peace Diet, by Will Tuttle; The World Becomes What We Teach, by Zoe Weil; Lotus of the Heart, by Tracey Winter Glover; and Consenting to God as God Is, by Thomas Keating. The ebook versions are also on sale on Amazon Kindle and iTunes.

Praise for Cash Cow by Elise Desaulniers
02/23/2016

"Cash Cow is an exceptionally well written book that truly breaks new ground. It is a comprehensive and well researched expose on the dairy industry that is also concise and easily digestible. In a thoughtful and supportive tone, Elise Desaulniers challenges the reader to critically examine his or her assumptions, and she provides the information necessary to both understand and free oneself from the perils of dairy. This book is a must-read for anyone who is interested in becoming more empowered to make informed, healthful, and ethical food choices." - Dr. Melanie Joy, Founder and President of Beyond Carnism

Elise Desaulniers Interviewed in Gentler Living
02/05/2016

Elise Desaulniers, Canadian food blogger and Lantern author (of Cash Cow), is interviewed by the Vancouver-based Gentler Living magazine.

New Video Spreading the Vegan Message
02/04/2016

Lantern's Publisher Martin Rowe took part in a collaborative video project that encourages people to consider veganism in the new year. The video will be distributed over social media in China and beyond and can be viewed here.

Always Too Much and Never Enough
02/03/2016

Jasmin Singer, contributor to our books Running, Eating, Thinking: A Vegan Anthology and Defiant Daughters: 21 Women on Art, Activism, Animals, and the Sexual Politics of Meat, recently published her memoir, Always Too Much and Never Enough, in which she chronicles her journey to veganism.

Celebrating Women in Animal Advocacy
02/03/2016

Jo-Anne McArthur, photojournalist and author of our book We Animals, has teamed up with Dr. Keri Cronin to launch the multimedia Unbound Project, which recognizes and documents the women who have been at the forefront of animal advocacy worldwide.

Fanny Dies
02/01/2016

We are sad to report that Fanny, a cow whose story was chronicled in our book We Animals by Jo-Anne McArthur as well as the documentary The Ghosts in Our Machine, has recently died. Fanny had been rescued from slaughter by Farm Sanctuary. We offer our sympathies to Jo-Anne, Farm Sanctuary’s National Shelter Director Susie Coston, and all the people at Farm Sanctuary.

Pythia Peay's Presidential Election Study Guide
02/01/2016

Pythia Peay, author of America on the Couch, is producing a study guide on American politics for this election year. For more information, contact her here.

Martin Rowe Speaks on We Animals
12/14/2015

Lantern publisher and author Martin Rowe gave a video presentation about his book The Polar Bear in the Zoo, the work of Jo-Anne McArthur, and Lantern title We Animals, at the Compassion Arts Festival in October. You can now see a video of that presentation here.

Jens Soering's Next Move
12/14/2015

Lantern publisher Martin Rowe has written a blog about the new complexities in the Jens Soering case.

Jens Soering Rebuts "New Yorker" Article
12/13/2015

Jens Soering, author of four titles for Lantern, has written an extensive rebuttal of Nathan Heller's article on him and his case in The New Yorker. You can read it here.

Nathan Heller Writes More on Jens Soering Case
12/13/2015

Nathan Heller, whose article "Blood Ties" for The New Yorker highlighted the case of Lantern author Jens Soering, has written a follow-up piece for the online version of the magazine about the political dimensions of Jens Soering's case.

Activist Faces 10 Years
12/01/2015

Anita Krajnc of Toronto Pig Save is facing a possible prison sentence of ten years for giving water to pigs on their way to slaughter. Support Toronto Pig Save and Anita if you can. #IStandWithAnita

Jens Soering and Thomas Keating in The New Yorker
11/01/2015

Lantern authors Jens Soering and Thomas Keating are featured in "Blood Ties," a profile of Jens Soering by Nathan Heller in The New Yorker. The article quotes Keating and Lantern publisher Martin Rowe. A press release for this is here.

Growing Older Slower by Rolling in the Clover
10/19/2015

Mark Braunstein, author of Radical Vegetarianism, shares some ideas about nutrition and phytonutrients.

The Myths of Dairy
10/19/2015

Bustle writer Rachel Krantz gives a detailed review of Elise Desaulniers' Cash Cow. Her story is picked up by VegNews. Meanwhile, Elise is interviewed for Chic Vegan.

Cash Cow on Global Morning News TV
10/06/2015

See an interview with Elise Desaulniers, about dairy myths and her book Cash Cow on the morning news.

Praise for Cash Cow
09/29/2015

“Got Milk? If so, Élise Desaulniers forcefully argues you’ve also got animal cruelty and human health problems. If you grew up buying the dairy industry’s marketing claims, this book may make you feel as if the blindfold has finally come off.”—Paul Shapiro, Vice President, Farm Animal Protection, The Humane Society of the United States

Peace News Review
09/28/2015

There's a new review of Kim Stallwood's Growl on Peace News.

Noi Animali
09/22/2015

Jo-Anne McArthur is on tour in Italy with the Italian version of We Animals, published by Safara Editore.

Introduction to Cash Cow
09/21/2015

Read the introduction to Cash Cow by Elise Desaulniers.

Intersectionality
09/01/2015

There's a wonderful interview that Mickey Z. conducts with Carol J. Adams about the 25th anniversary of The Sexual Politics of Meat. "I believe the world is a very fragile place and I am seeking ways of creating change that doesn’t require traumatizing of others. What would activism look like if it had care at the heart of its insights and tactics?"

How Art Can Help Us Imagine a Cruelty Free World
08/26/2015

Carolyn Merino Mullin, director of the National Museum of Animals & Society and contributor to Defiant Daughters and The Art of the Animal, has an article on Animals Asia about the role of art in social justice.

We Animals Review
08/04/2015

The Journal for Critical Animal Studies has published an in-depth review of Jo-Anne McArthur's We Animals.

Killings
07/31/2015

Ethicist Lori Gruen (and author of Entangled Empathy) has a piece on Al Jazeera America about the killings of Samuel Dubose and Cecil the Lion, and intersectionality. "Protesting against one injustice doesn’t mean you privilege it over another."

Interview with Alycee Lane
07/30/2015

Ashland Center for Nonviolence posted a wonderful interview of Nonviolence Now! author Alycee Lane.

WATER Recommends...
07/28/2015

The WATER Women's Alliance recommends both The Art of the Animal and Defiant Daughters. About Art: "The images are telling, probing, bothering, just as the abuse of animals is scandalous. A beautiful volume, a compelling read, a challenge to all."

Carol Adams Interview
07/27/2015

Carol J. Adams, author of Living Among Meat Eaters, The Pornography of Meat, and Neither Man nor Beast, and inspiration for Defiant Daughters and The Art of the Animal, is interviewed on geez.

Vegetarian Summerfest
06/29/2015

Many Lantern authors will be featured at Summerfest this year: Sherry Colb and Mind if I Order the Cheeseburger?; Ellen Jaffe Jones, contributor to Running, Eating, Thinking; Michael Greger, author of Bird Flu; Patti Breitman, co-author of How to Eat Like a Vegetarian Even if You Never Want to Be One, and Mylan Engel, co-author of The Philosophy of Animal Rights.

Lifelong Teacher
06/22/2015

The Lifelong Activist by Hillary Rettig is recommended as a must-read book for teachers in Thomas Hansen's article for the Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of English and Language Arts newsletter.

Fathers
06/19/2015

Pythia Peay writes about getting to know her father and the history that made him in Psychology Today. For more, read her book American Icarus.

Books for Women Scholars
06/09/2015

The Women in Academia Report lists The Art of the Animal as one of the new books of interest for women scholars.

The World Becomes What We Teach
05/27/2015

Zoe Weil's ebook is available for free download now until July 31st. She'd love your feedback before we print the final version!

New Vegan in the Hen House
05/23/2015

Thanks to Our Hen House for the shoutout and review of Letters to a New Vegan.

Peay Interviewed
05/20/2015

Pythia Peay is interviewed in Psychology Today about her two books, America on the Couch and American Icarus.

Animal Welfare in the UK
05/13/2015

Kim Stallwood, author of Growl, asks and answers What Next for Animal Welfare in the UK?

Lest We Forget
05/11/2015

Namulundah Florence's book Wangari Maathai—our title about the late, great environmental and democracy activist—is reviewed in The Nation in Nairobi, Kenya. The book "examines the life of the icon and puts it in the context of women liberation, educational policies, and environmental conservation."

Chimps in Court
05/05/2015

Lori Gruen, author of Entangled Empathy, writes about the Nonhuman Rights Project's cases on behalf of chimpanzees for Al Jazeera America.

SAE and Jihadi John
04/29/2015

Alycee J. Lane, author of Nonviolence Now!, writes about Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Jihadi John in Engaged Buddhism magazine.

A Runner is Born
04/27/2015

Running, Eating, Thinking is reviewed in a roundup of health books.

If the Earth Spoke, Would We Listen?
04/21/2015

Pythia Peay has adapted a piece from her new book, America on the Couch, in this article for Psychology Today: A Jungian Perspective on Crop Circles.

Press Release on Jens Soering and The New Yorker
04/10/2015

You can read our press release on the profile by Nathan Heller of Jens Soering in The New Yorker here.

More Amazing Photos
03/30/2015

Jo-Anne McArthur's work on the We Animals project never stops. This interview shares photos that do not appear in the book.

Growl Review
03/28/2015

The Christian Vegetarian Association's newsletter reviewed Kim Stallwood's Growl: "Stallwood identifies four key values to animal rights: compassion, truth, nonviolence, and justice. His book is largely an exploration of how these values apply to everyday advocacy. He also identifies five stages (which often overlap) of social movements: public education, public policy development, legislation, enforcement, and public acceptance. Animal advocates often focus on public education, in part because it does not require any compromise of values. In contrast, any successful legislative action requires compromise, which might seem to undermine core values."

Safe Haven for Chimps
03/23/2015

View this beautiful documentary featuring Jane Goodall, Lori Gruen (author of Entangled Empathy), and the residents of Chimp Haven.

Namulundah Florence at Brooklyn College
03/20/2015

We're delighted to see Brooklyn College's article on Namulundah Florence's book on Kenyan environmentalist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Wangari Maathai.

Elephants: On Dignity and Retirement
03/11/2015

Lori Gruen, author of Entangled Empathy, writes about Ringling Bros. decision to stop using performing elephants in 2018, on Al Jazeera America.

Back in Print
03/09/2015

Two important books by Carol J. Adams are back in print: Neither Man nor Beast and The Pornography of Meat. They'll soon be available as ebooks, too.

Breeze Harper on Vegan Nation
03/03/2015

Breeze Harper, author of Sistah Vegan, is interviewed on Vegan Nation about her current projects.

Animal Empathy in Psychology Today
02/26/2015

Lori Gruen is interviewed in Psychology Today about Entangled Empathy.

Running for Life
02/18/2015

Listen to Martin Rowe and Lisette Oropesa, contributors to Running, Eating, Thinking, on the Main Street Vegan podcast.

Ban Greyhound Racing Now
02/17/2015

Lori Gruen, author of Entangled Empathy, has an Al Jazeera op-ed about greyhounds.

Human–Animal Studies
02/10/2015

Lantern titles have been adopted for use by the University College Dublin: Social Creatures and Humans, Animals, and Society.

{bio}graphies in Anthrozöös
02/09/2015

The Elephants in the Room and The Polar Bear in the Zoo, both by Martin Rowe, are reviewed in Vol. 28, Issue 1 of Anthrozöös.

Quaker Activists
02/03/2015

The Peaceable Table excerpts and reviews Matt Ball's The Accidental Activist. (Once you get to the page, do a find on "My Pilgrimage.")

Adoption Saga Made Beautiful
01/21/2015

Kelly Fern, author of Songs of My Families, is interviewed about her adoption from Korea, and subsequent putting up for adoption of her own daughter. She reunited with both families much later. Listen now!

Norm Phelps, 1939-2014
01/17/2015

Martin Rowe reflects on the life of author Norm Phelps.

Black Lives Matter
01/16/2015

Breeze Harper, editor of Sistah Vegan, is interviewed by Mickey Z. on Black Lives Matter and veganism.

Author Norm Phelps Remembered
12/31/2014

Our long time friend and author Norm Phelps passed away on December 31, 2014. His forthcoming book Changing the Game will sadly be his last.

Accidental Vegan Street
12/17/2014

Vegan Street reviews Matt Ball's The Accidental Activist.

It's a Ten!
12/13/2014

The year isn't over yet, but We Animals is already showing up in "Top Ten of the Year" lists, like this one from North Shore News.

Mind Over Marriage
12/12/2014

The Baptist Times gave a great review to Gregg Blanton's Mind Over Marriage.

Heartbreaking Spotlight
12/02/2014

We Animals is reviewed on Our Compass.

Lemurs & Martha Stewart
11/18/2014

Patricia Chapple Wright talked lemurs on Martha Stewart's Sirius show, and about her new book For the Love of Lemurs.

Growl on Our Hen House
11/15/2014

Hear Kim Stallwood interviewed about Growl on Our Hen House.

Growl on REAL Radio
11/12/2014

Caryn Hartglass interviews Kim Stallwood about Growl on her Responsible Eating and Living radio show, the archived version of which can be heard here.

Runner's World Cover
11/10/2014

Scott Spitz, a contributor to Running, Eating, Thinking, won the Runner's World cover contest. Congratulations, Scott!

NYC Marathon
11/02/2014

Congratulations to all the contributors to Running, Eating, Thinking who completed the NYC marathon on Nov. 2!

More Artwork Now Available
10/22/2014

Now, when you pre-order your copy of The Art of the Animal, you can also get a print by a participating artist. This beauty is by Claudette Silver.

Great Women and the Environment
10/21/2014

Two books celebrating women who've planted millions of trees and protected millions of acres have just been released: Wangari Maathai, about the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, and For the Love of Lemurs, by and about Patricia Chapple Wright.

Support The Art of the Animal
10/14/2014

Three inspired editors are putting together a book of visual art inspired by The Sexual Politics of Meat—a visual Defiant Daughters. The book is made up of artwork and essays, and needs your help to make it to print. Learn all about The Art of the Animal and pre-order your copy now!

15 Years of Publishing
10/13/2014

Read Martin Rowe's reflections on Lantern's first fifteen years.

High Moon Now in Paperback!
10/05/2014

Patricia Chapple Wright's High Moon Over the Amazon is now available in paperback. Get yours now.

Our Hen House Feature
10/04/2014

Lantern's 15th anniversary party and launch of Running, Eating, Thinking was covered on Our Hen House, featuring interviews with Martin Rowe, Kara Davis, Cathy Berlot, Christine Frietchen, and Kimatni Rawlins.

Foodies vs. Darwin
10/01/2014

James McWilliams, author of The Politics of the Pasture, has a new article about "how meat eaters ignore science" in The Atlantic.

Stallwood on Main Street Vegan
09/25/2014

Kim Stallwood discusses Growl with Victoria Moran on Main Street Vegan.

Send us your selfies!
09/17/2014

We love seeing your photos that feature our books. Here's a little beach reading action with The Accidental Activist.

Eternal Treblinka Around the World
09/09/2014

Charles Patterson's Eternal Treblinka has just been published in Greece and Korea, making the book now available in fourteen languages.

Book of the Year
09/08/2014

We Animals received the "2014 Book of the Year" award from the Toronto Vegetarian Association. Congratulations to author Jo-Anne McArthur!

We Animals and Igualdad Animal
09/05/2014

Vice ran this Spanish language article about Igualdad Animal rescues, illustrated with photos from We Animals.

Video of Patricia Wright
09/02/2014

Check out the National Science Foundation's video of Patricia Chapple Wright, then stay tuned for her forthcoming book For the Love of Lemurs, coming in October.

Jo-Anne McArthur at NMAS
08/19/2014

Our Hen House reviews Jo-Anne McArthur's We Animals photography exhibit at the National Museum for Animals & Society.

Oxen on Responsible Eating and Living
08/13/2014

Listen to Caryn Hartglass' interview with pattrice jones, author of The Oxen at the Intersection. They run into some technical difficulties, but there's there's a lot of interesting conversation before the cutoff.

REAL Terrorization
08/11/2014

Jason Del Gandio, one of the editors of The Terrorization of Dissent, is interviewed on Responsible Eating and Living. The segment begins at 32:30.

Taking on the Taboo
08/10/2014

We Animals is reviewed on Vegan Mainstream.

Matt Ball on REAL
08/06/2014

Matt Ball discusses his challenges and lessons learned as a seasoned animal advocacy activist in his new book The Accidental Activist. Listen to the It's All About Food interview.

Author Judy Carman Honored at AR 2014
07/28/2014

At this year's Animal Rights National Conference, hosted in Los Angeles by Farm Animal Rights Movement from July 10-13, Lantern author Judy Carman received the Henry Spira Grassroots Activist Award for outstanding contribution to animal liberation. She won the award along with veterinarian Armaiti May. Congratulations, Judy!

"Compelling," "Page-turner"
07/23/2014

The Oxen at the Intersection by pattrice jones is getting rave reviews over at Amazon. Read the reviews there and then buy it here.

Summer Reading with HRC
07/14/2014

The Humane Research Council lists Growl, The Accidental Activist, We Animals, Changing the Game, and Change of Heart on it's summer reading list.

VegFund Reviews Growl
07/14/2014

"Any activist, new or seasoned, can learn from Stallwood’s experiences and apply them to his or her own advocacy." Read VegFund's review of Growl.

Remember Bill & Lou
07/13/2014

Read the introduction to The Oxen at the Intersection by pattrice jones.

Growl Featured
07/09/2014

Growl by Kim Stallwood was featured in the Hastings Online Times.

Loads of new books
07/07/2014

We have a lot of new books out this month. Click here to read about the latest.

Colleen Patrick-Goudreau reads from Running, Eating, Thinking
06/30/2014

Listen to Colleen Patrick-Goudreau read an excerpt of Running, Eating, Thinking on Our Hen House.

Excerpt of Terrorization Available
06/25/2014

Read an excerpt of The Terrorization of Dissent, edited by Jason Del Gandio and Anthony J. Nocella II, on The Dodo.

Growl on indiegogo
06/16/2014

Author Kim Stallwood has kicked off an indiegogo campaign to fund his U.S. book tour for Growl. Get signed copies of the book, prints by Sue Coe and more!

Lentils and Our Hen House
06/09/2014

Christine Frietchen, contributor to Running, Eating, Thinking, is interviewed on Our Hen House's TV show. Her segment begins at 41 minutes.

Pasatiempo
06/06/2014

The New Mexican magazine Papatiempo gives We Animals a stunning review.

Michigan Animals
06/04/2014

Vegan Michigan reviews Jo-Anne McArthur's We Animals.

Southern Animals
06/03/2014

Jo-Anne McArthur, author and photographer of We Animals, is featured in Souther Seasons magazine.

Running on Our Hen House
05/31/2014

Martin Rowe and Running, Eating, Thinking were featured on Our Hen House.

Matt Ball on Our Hen House
05/23/2014

Matt Ball, author of The Accidental Activist, is featured on Our Hen House.

Lemurs World's Most Endangered Animal
05/17/2014

Patricia Chapple Wright, author of High Moon Over the Amazon, appears in this NBC video discussing lemurs, the subject of her book coming later this year.

Growl on The Dodo
05/14/2014

Read the Introduction to Kim Stallwood's book, Growl, on The Dodo.

Patricia Wright in Newsweek
05/13/2014

Patricia Chapple Wright, author of High Moon Over the Amazon, won a prize for her work with lemurs, discussed in this Newsweek article. Watch for her forthcoming book on lemurs (late 2014)!

Looking Into Their Eyes
05/12/2014

Bruce Friedrich writes about Jo-Anne McArthur's We Animals on Huffington Post.

Sherry Colb on ACT Radio
05/11/2014

Sherry Colb, author of Mind If I Order the Cheeseburger?, appeared twice on ACT Radio: Part 1 | Part 2

Read an Excerpt from Running, Eating, Thinking
05/07/2014

James McWilliams' piece from Running, Eating, Thinking entitled "The High Life" is available to read on The Dodo.

Jo-Anne McArthur is Fierce!
05/05/2014

Jo-Anne McArthur, author and photographer of We Animals, is on More magazine's 2014 Fierce women list. Hey, we knew that!

Questions People Ask Vegans
04/29/2014

Hear Sherry Colb, author of Mind If I Order the Cheeseburger? on ACT Radio.

Animal Use in Fashion and Entertainment
04/23/2014

There's a nice interview with Jo-Anne McArthur about We Animals in Alternatives Journal.

Defiant Daughters on TV
04/22/2014

Defiant Daughters got some love on Our Hen House's 6th television episode.

Seeing Animals in a Whole New Light
04/16/2014

We Animals, by Jo-Anne McArthur, is reviewed on Rover.

15 Years of School Shootings
04/08/2014

April 20th is Easter, but it's also the 15th anniversary of the shooting at Columbine. Sadly, No Easy Answers is still relevant and a very necessary look at what turns young people into mass killers.

Burn Your Mouth for Free
03/26/2014

Chef Brian McCarthy's new and FREE ebook is small but mighty: Chef's Revenge Hot Sauce Cookbook. Download it and feel the burn now!

PetaPixel Feature
03/26/2014

We Animals, by Jo-Anne McArthur, is featured on PetaPixel.

Listen to Elephants
03/25/2014

Author Martin Rowe has made an unabridged recording of The Elephants in the Room, now available at Audible.

Growl
03/25/2014

Kim Stallwood talks about his forthcoming book, Growl, on Responsible Eating and Living.

Defiant Daughters Giveaway
03/24/2014

To celebrate one year in print, we're giving away free copies of Defiant Daughters. Comment on the DD Facebook page to win your copy.

Our Hen House on We Animals
03/10/2014

Our Hen House reviews We Animals.

Meat Makes the Planet Thirsty
03/07/2014

Read this NYTimes op-ed by James McWilliams, author of The Politics of the Pasture.

Zoe Weil's TEDx
03/06/2014

Zoe Weil, author of Claude and Medea, has a new TEDx talk called Extending Our Circle of Compassion.

Food Politic
03/05/2014

Great review of We Animals in Food Politic.

Discernment
02/18/2014

The spring issue of Parabola has an excerpt from The Polar Bear in the Zoo, accompanied by six images from We Animals.

"It will change the world"
02/17/2014

A lovely review of We Animals appears on Easy Vegan.

Animals in Elephant Journal
02/04/2014

We Animals is reviewed in the wonderful Elephant journal.

Big Picture
02/04/2014

We Animals reviewed on the photography blog The Big Picture.

We Animals in VegWorld
02/03/2014

Jo-Anne McArthur and We Animals are featured in VegWorld magazine's Jan./Feb. issue.

War Photographer
02/03/2014

Dennis Dunleavy reviews We Animals.

Open Book Toronto
01/29/2014

Jo-Anne McArthur, author and photographer of We Animals, is interviewed by Open Book Toronto.

We Are Animals
01/28/2014

"We Are Animals and Therein Lies Hope for a Better Future." We Animals on The Dodo, by Marc Bekoff.

Resistance Reviewed
01/27/2014

Read Richard Schwartz's review of A Plate of Resistance on Jewcology.

Shameless Books
01/16/2014

The winter issue of Shameless, the magazine for girls and trans youth, has great reviews of both Defiant Daughters and Sistah Vegan.

We Animals on FARM
01/15/2014

Jo-Anne McArthur is interviewed on the Farm Animal Rights Movement blog.

We Animals Reviewed
01/13/2014

We Animals is reviewed on Ecolit Books.

We Animals in the Hen House
01/11/2014

Jo-Anne McArthur and We Animals are featured on the latest Our Hen House podcast.

Jo-Anne McArthur on CBC Radio
01/03/2014

Jo-Anne McArthur, author of We Animals, appeared on CBC radio in Toronto.

Jo-Anne McArthur in Salon Magazine
12/29/2013

The author of We Animals, is interviewed in Salon magazine.

We Animals and Ethology
12/26/2013

Ethologist Marc Bekoff reflects on Jo-Anne McArthur's We Animals in Psychology Today.

We Animals in LA Times
12/18/2013

Okay, the article is actually about The Ghosts in Our Machine, but it mentions that Jo-Anne McArthur's We Animals comes out in December.

Pat Wright in National Geographic
11/25/2013

Read all about High Moon Over the Amazon and Patricia Wright on the National Geographic blog.

High Moon Over the Amazon
11/20/2013

Read all about High Moon Over the Amazon and Patricia Wright on the National Geographic blog.


Praise for Cash Cow by Elise Desaulniers
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"Cash Cow is an exceptionally well written book that truly breaks new ground. It is a comprehensive and well researched expose on the dairy industry that is also concise and easily digestible. In a thoughtful and supportive tone, Elise Desaulniers challenges the reader to critically examine his or her assumptions, and she provides the information necessary to both understand and free oneself from the perils of dairy. This book is a must-read for anyone who is interested in becoming more empowered to make informed, healthful, and ethical food choices." - Melanie Joy, Founder and President of Beyond Carnism

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