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Celebrating eco-literature with ReadVeg stickers
If you love reading about environmental and animal-rights issues, you might want one of these ReadVeg stickers. We printed these
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Writing for animals: Advice for writers of animal rights fiction
In mainstream fiction today, “normal” characters tend to be carnivores, or at least omnivores, and “fringe” characters tend to be
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Writing Opportunity: The 2014 EarthLines Essay Prize
The EarthLines Review has announced the 2014 EarthLines Essay Prize. The EarthLines Essay Prize is awarded annually for a piece of creative
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Book Review: How Animals Grieve by Barbara J. King
Let me begin by saying I recommend this book to anyone who doubts that animals grieve. The evidence presented is
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Happy Earth Day!
It’s been lots of fun to see so many celebrating literature on Earth Day. Serena Agusto-Cox of Savvy Verse &
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Earth Day in the Plasticene Era
  “It’s so hopeless,” a young friend said, tossing a plastic water bottle in the trash. “I don’t believe in
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Book Review: Lapham’s Quarterly: Animals
The Lapham’s Quarterly has devoted its Spring 2013 issue to Animals. It’s a marvelous collection of historical essays and stories.
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Q&A with Mindy Mejia, author of The Dragon Keeper
Q&A with Mindy Mejia, author of The Dragon Keeper Q: How did you come up with the idea for The Dragon Keeper,
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Q&A with Float author JoeAnn Hart and cover artist Karen Ristuben
JoeAnn Hart is the author of Float, a “witty, profound, and beautifully observed” (Margot Livesey) novel about family, the environment, and life
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EcoLit Book Publishers
Here is a list of publishers that largely or completely focus on eco-literature: Ashland Creek Press Chelsea Green Lantern Press
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