News

4 April 2020. "Meat Kills" by philosopher Elisa Aaltola. And, "Factory Farms: A Hotspot for Emerging Pandemics."

2 April 2020. "New research suggests industrial livestock, not wet markets, might be the origin of Covid 19." HERE.

2 April 2020. Dr. Michael W. Fox on what the corona virus is telling us: "Continuing to consume animals as a basic food-source, marketing ever more vaccines and having ever more children, the rich and poor alike will be subject to the indiscriminate justice of natural law until we all abide in greater harmony with other species as well as with each other."

15 March 2020. VOX Coronavirus video.

14 March 2020. Professor Tague is interviewed by Mark Bekoff in Psychology Today.

12 March 2020. Your coronavirus comes from exploiting, slaughtering, and eating animals. Face it. Gene Baur.

11 March 2020. Vegan athletes. Yep. Other famous vegans.

8 March 2020. "The Hidden Biases that Drive Anti-Vegan Hatred." BBC.

23 February 2020. Marc Bekoff and Eva Meijer talk about animal languages, HERE.

23 February 2020. An Ape Ethic and the Question of Personhood. New monograph by Professor Tague. Subjects: Environmental Ethics and Animal Studies. Available 15 April 2020. Pre-order at publisher's site, HERE.

2 February 2020. "Stop Treating Animals as 'Invaders' for Simply Trying to Exist." Jeff Sebo and Marina Bolotnikova. 

30 June 2020. Killing is not the answer. Representative Max Rose says he advocates killing deer in the highly populated NYC borough of Staten Island. 

30 January 2020. Some sites of interest. E.O. Wilson's Biodiversity Foundation. Animal rights and bioethics philosopher Jessica Pierce.

17 January 2020. Did you know that cows talk to each other about how they feel? Video of Ph.D. researcher Alexandra Green Here. And by conservation biologist Marc Bekoff Here.

11 January 2020. The Story of Jimmy. A video from August 2019.

7 January 2020. Actor Joaquin Phoenix on why he's vegan. Here.

7 January 2020. Here's an essay by John Kinsella about being a vegan for three decades - appears in The Conversation.

22 December 2019. We are not making any promises, but it's possible that some writing published in this journal, Literary Veganism, could be considered for the anticipated paperback anthology to be published by Bibliotekos. 

21 December 2019. Related to the efforts of this journal, there is a new Call for writing - a new (anticipated) paperback anthology called Literary Veganism. We depend on quality submissions to produce the book. Check the Calls page of the Bibliotekos website 

21 December 2019. We are a new online journal, just launched. Help us thrive by submitting quality work. See the Submissions tab, please, for guidelines.