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#TBT | Activist First, Vegan Second

Cover for TBT | Activist First, Vegan Second

I decided to dig into the blog archives for this throwback, and it seems the post could still apply today. Read More »

Amanda Lily Loves The Book of T.O.F.U.

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People have been telling me that they love the T.O.F.U. anthology, but Amanda is the first one to write a review for it! Find out just what brought her to do that so soon after she finished reading the book. Read More »

#TBT | An Interview With Jo-Anne McArthur

An interview with Jo-Anne McArthur

Part of the fun of posting these pieces from past issues and other such bits of T.O.F.U. history is seeing how things have changed since then, whether it be for better or worse. In the case of Jo-Anne McArthur, I think it's safe to say there have been plenty of great changes since this interview. Read More »

Q & A for Vegan for all Seasons

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Annika Lundkvist has compiled a rather thorough list of magazines about veganism, and I'm happy to say that T.O.F.U. is included. Not only that, she was kind enough to interview me for her site as well. Read More »

#TBT | An Interview With Todd Kowalski (Of Propagandhi)

Propagandhi at the Rickshaw Theatre

This Throwback Thursday goes all the way back to the first issue! It's hard to believe it's nearly ten years since I saw Propagandhi in Winnipeg and asked Todd to do an interview for this new magazine I was starting. After tabling at two of their shows last month here in British Columbia, it's great to know they're still just as passionate in everything they do! Read More »

#TBT | Animal Rights, Human Rights: An Interview With Jasmin Singer

Interview with Jasmin Singer by Anika Lehde

A throwback to Issue Six, this interview with Jasmin Singer from Our Hen House talks a lot about the importance of considering more than just animal rights, and she gives a number of great resources for folks to learn more about how veganism connects with other issues. Read More »