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Our Hen House Launches Hen Press

Our Hen House's Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan

Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan, founders of Our Hen House, have plenty on their vegan plate with their popular podcast, recent TV show, and online magazine. Find out what brought them to start a digital publishing branch, Hen Press, as well in this interview. Read More »

OUR RESIDENT CAT WANTS YOU TO WRITE ISSUE SEVEN

Feist looking for submissions

T.O.F.U. is somewhat settled in Winnipeg again, and the resident cat, Feist, is pushing for a new issue. So, like anything a cat demands, it pretty much has to happen. Care to help us out? Read More »

The T.O.F.U. Grant: Round Three

A Breeze Harper

Issue six tackled some tough topics focused on the intersectionality of veganism and forms of oppression, and we knew the recipient of the T.O.F.U. grant for the issue had to be a leader in such things. Lucky for us, such a person was already a rather vocal part of the vegan community. Read More »

PETA: The awkward uncle at the vegan family dinner

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PETA's newest campaign is just too much to justify brushing veganism's strange uncle's statements off by talking about how great the brussel sprouts are at the family dinner. Read More »

Issue Six: It’s Alive!

T.O.F.U. six front cover small

The sixth issue is finally available through our online story. We delayed its release long enough, so there is no long-winded intro for this one. Just click, choose your price (free is fine!), and enjoy. Read More »

Issue Six Tease: Vegan Borderlands

Issue six article tease

"Being a vegan is as much an identity to me as being a poet, being a Boriqua/Chicana and living on the borderlands, both literally and queerly speaking. The work I do on domestic violence, DIY (do it yourself) media and racial inequalities is just as important as my veganism." Read More »

Intersectionality: when one -ism leads to far too many

It’s been touched on a bit here and there through the magazine and the blog, and I’m certain I’ve discussed it with numerous people in person, but I feel it bears repeating. Especially when the words written by Stephanie Lai are better than those I’ve written on the subject. So, for your consideration, here is […]