An interview with Catherine Kelaher, author of SAVING ANIMALS

Q: What inspired you to write this book, and how long did it take you to write it?  A: I had published my fictional book, Amanda the Teen Activist, in 2006 and began to sell it at markets around Sydney. Whilst the book was well received, people would often say, “Will this tell me how to be an …

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AMONG ANIMALS 3 now open for submissions

We are delighted to announce that we are accepting short story submissions for AMONG ANIMALS 3, the third volume of the Among Animals anthology. We’re looking for stories of how the lives of animals and humans intersect, particularly in regards to the conservation and protection of animals. We are not seeking stories about hunting, fishing, …

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A bookish podcast

For all of you who love books, here is an amazing way to discover what might be next on your reading list. ACP author Jennifer Caloyeras (Strays), has a wonderful book podcast called Books Are My People, on which she talks about books and the book world and occasionally chats with other authors about their own …

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THE GRASS LIBRARY is available!

We are delighted to announce that The Grass Library by Australian author and animal advocate David G. Brooks is now available in the U.S. and Canada. Originally published in Australia, The Grass Library is a philosophical and poetic journey by “one of Australia’s most skilled, unusual, and versatile writers” (The Sydney Morning Herald). Both a …

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Announcing the winner of the 2019 Siskiyou Prize

We are delighted to announce that Athena E. Copenhaver is the winner of the 2019 Siskiyou Prize for New Environmental Literature, for her novel MY DAYS OF DARK GREEN EUPHORIA. The award’s final judge, Carol J. Adams (author of The Sexual Politics of Meat) writes: “Awareness of ecocide, environmental devastation, and animal suffering might not …

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