Think like a Vegan: What everyone can learn from vegan ethics
By Emilia Leese and Eva Charalambides
Thought-provoking essays and exercises to show how vegan ethics can improve the lives of everyone
Friday, 29 October 2021
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Dear Friends and Supporters
We hope you've all been keeping well. We've got quite a few morcels of news for you.
A podcast with Moby!
We're incredibly grateful and delighted that Emi got to be one of the featured voices on the first episode of the second series of the podcast, The Plate Up, by the brilliant Bluedot Festival. We're alongside musician and activist Moby and Alex Sobel MP (Labour for Leeds Northwest) and the podcast was launched to coincide with COP26 happening in Glasgow.
You can listen here:
On a best-selling new & future releases list...
And the other big news for the day (like buses... wait and wait... two come at once): TLAV is on Amazon.com's (the US platfrom) best-selling new & future release in Philosopy of Ethics & Morality!!!
Remember, TLAV will be released in the US & Canada in January. Pre-order your copy from your fave bookshop or wherever you buy books. Pre-ordering is so important for authors because it gets the attention of our publisher (hi Unbound! And Cursor in the US) and other buyers. Or order more right here from Unbound. If audiobooks are your thing, TLAV is available on all major audiobook platforms worldwide.
Talking to a bioethics class in NJ
Early in November, Emi will be giving a talk and reading to the students of Kent Place School in Summit, New Jersey, in its Ethics Institute. The Institute is a first-of-its-kind in the USA at the primary and secondary level. Open to students only.
Interview with Marc Bekoff
Psychology Today published an interview with us by Marc Bekoff, renowned ethologist, ecologist, prolific author and professor emeritus at University of Colorado, Boulder.
Keep up with all events and press on our social media and website http://thinklikeavegan.com
With gratitude always,
Emi & Eva