Announcing the 2014 Siskiyou Prize winner and finalists!

We are delighted to announce that New York Times bestselling author Karen Joy Fowler has chosen Mary Heather Noble’s memoir PLUMES: ON CONTAMINATION OF HOME AND HABITAT as the winner of the 2014 Siskiyou Prize. We are also delighted to announce the prize finalists: Amy Hassinger for her novel AFTER THE DAM and Julie Christine Johnson for her novel THE CROWS OF BEARA. …

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Animal rights and human rights are not mutually exclusive

Many people have a tendency to view “human rights” advocacy as distinct from “animal rights” advocacy. And many tend to prioritize human rights work over animal rights work. Yet when we work to improve the world for animals, we also improve the world for humans. In the article, “Changing the world, one Monday at at a time,” Jenna Wixon-Genack lists the …

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