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Letters to a New Vegan

Words to Inform, Inspire, and Support a Vegan Lifestyle




148 pp.  
4 1/2" x 7"

Lantern Books

Paperback

$15.00
Published:  April 2018

978-1-59056-504-9


You're interested in becoming a vegan but aren't sure what it will be like. You've just started out on your vegan journey and you're feeling isolated and wondering how to deal with friends and family. You've been a vegan for so long that you've forgotten the original impetus for your making the change and want to feel renewed. This book is for you.

In the spirit of Rainer Maria Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet and conceived of as a modern-day vade mecum, Letters to a New Vegan consists of 32 humorous, evocative, spirited, and even tender epistles offering advice, counsel, and inspiration from activists and leaders who’ve followed the vegan path for years. The aim is to ignite, sustain, and refresh the passion and commitment of those who want to live more consciously and compassionately on the planet, with other people, and with themselves.

With contributions from:
Demetrius Bagley
Rick Bogle
Maddie Cartwright
Ashley Curtis
Tracy Curtis
Kara Davis
Karen Davis, Ph.D.
Jason Derry
Anne Dinshah
Daniel Earle
Jean Forst
Iselin Gambert
Jennifer Gloodt
Lara Goodman
Ruby Goodman
Julie Hanan
Sangamithra Iyer
Kare Kapelnikova
Shelley Kaplan
Madeleine Lifsey
Alexa McCormack
Victoria Moran
Jacqueline Morr
Linda Nelson
Ingrid E. Newkirk
Lynn Pauly
Gretchen Primack
Beth Lily Redwood
Daniel Redwood
Martin Rowe
Kurt Schwemmer
Angela Seiw
Keane Southard
Mark Turner

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