Vegan Publishers had the opportunity to interview Jo-Anne McArthur, the photographer who is responsible for the powerful images of the upcoming book “We Animals” and star of the soon-to-be-released important documentary, “The Ghosts in Our Machine.”
Today we welcome Natalie Slater, author of “Bake and Destroy: Good Food for Bad Vegans.” She shares with us one of her awesome recipes for an especially tasty cheesecake!
This week’s guest blog post comes to us from Aysha Akhtar, MD, MPH, author of “Animals and Public Health: Why Treating Animals Better Is Critical to Human Welfare.” In today’s blog she discusses a common fallacy (among advocates of animal experimentation) of a false dilemma: that we must choose to care about human suffering or about animal suffering, and that we cannot do both.
We welcome Robin Robertson, prolific vegan cookbook author, to the blog this week. Robin tells us about her new book, “One-Dish Vegan,” and about how to make one of her easy to prepare, healthful and tasty meals.
This week we are pleased to bring you a blog post from Susan Hargreaves, Executive Director of Animal Hero Kids. She discusses her work with children in the area of humane education, teaching compassion towards animals, and embracing a vegan lifestyle.
Gabriela Cowperthwaite, director of the hit documentary “Blackfish,” was very kind to allow us to interview her for this week’s VP blog. Blackfish is a powerful and compelling film that exposes the cruel, inhumane, and immoral practices of Sea World. Gabriela talks about how making the movie has impacted herself personally, including the way she views the relationships between humans and other animals.
This week we welcome Paul Graham to the blog. Paul is author of the eBook “Eating Vegan in Vegas: If It Can Happen Here, It can Happen Anywhere,” available from Sullivan Street Press. This fascinating book is the story of Paul’s 365-day challenge to eat one vegan meal per day in a restaurant in Las Vegas. For today’s blog, Paul discusses his own vegan journey and how he has witnessed the vegan movement take hold in the unlikely city of Las Vegas.
We are excited to have Ginny Messina, nutritionist and renowned vegan author, as a guest blogger this week. Ginny has recently co-authored the book “Vegan for Her: The Woman’s Guide to Being Healthy and Fit on a Plant-Based Diet.” This new book tackles the issues most pertinent to vegan women, and provides health-supportive recipes and lifestyle tips. In her guest blog post, she tackles the issue of veganism, weight, and “fat-shaming.”
Vegan Publishers is excited to feature a guest blog from vegan author Kathy Divine, who has recently put out her new book: Plant-powered Men. Plant-powered Men is a collection of writings by 38 vegan men from around the world. The purpose of the book is to illustrate how healthy, strong and all-round awesome, vegan men are. Read more…
Vegan Publishers is happy to announce that Lani Muelrath, the Plant-Based, Fitness Expert and author of “Fit Quickies: 5 Minute Targeted Body Shaping Workouts,” will be regularly contributing to our guest blog. We hope you enjoy this second article in a series that is sure to help you along your path of healthy, fit and compassionate living!
Join us today for a special Crunk Tutorial by Bianca Philips, Memphis’s own Vegan Crunk Chef and author of “Cookin’ Crunk: Eatin’ Vegan in the Dirty South” as she teaches us about Southern Crunk and how to make a special “crunk-style” recipe. Read more…
Join us for this fascinating interview with the internationally recognized vegan children’s book author, Ruby Roth. Featured on CNN, FOX, NBC’s Today Show, and other major media outlets, Roth has received international attention for her sensitive, yet frank advocacy of veganism. We loved her first two books, “That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals” and “Vegan is Love”, and are now eager to find out what she’s up to next!