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Interview for Full of Life

Screen capture from Full of Life interview

Last month, I had the opportunity to be in the spotlight for the Full of Life blog run by Andréa Lussing. It's a new series she started, and I was honoured to kick it off by talking about being vegan in South Korea, challenging ideas of compassion, and more. Read More »

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

lauren Ornelas from Food Empowerment Project

Choosing the T.O.F.U. grant recipient is always one part tough decision and one part random events. In the case of the newest recipient, finally meeting in Portland at the Resistance Ecology Conference by chance made the tough decision part a lot easier. Read More »

Activist first, vegan second.

Fishing boats in Thailand near the shore.

I'd like to think we're all in this together, and we share the same goals. However, every now and then I realize that "for the animals" only goes so far, and that's when I start to realize it's just not far enough for me. Read More »

Tackling the Issues With LP Hoopla

Ryan Patey getting his fibre.

A great interview can depend on a lot of things, but one of the most important ones is the questions that are asked. In my opinion, one of those questions should always be "what's your favourite animal?" 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 »

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 »