A wonderful interview that I did with Michael Gebert has posted at the Chicago Reader, focusing on Chicago's central role in the vegetarian movement during the Progressive Era. Great stuff, and has been getting some wonderful attention on both Twitter and Facebook.
Posted by VegHistory at 4:37 PM
Today is the big day, the official release date of The Vegetarian Crusade!
A few things you can do to support the book:
- Order the book directly from the University of North Carolina Press.
- You can also order at Amazon (available in hardcover and as an e-book).
It is incredible to think that I have now been researching and writing on this topic for more than six years. There is certainly something intimidating about finally putting this book out into the world. But I also feel great excitement and anticipation to hear peoples' thoughts, to engage on the topic and hopefully bring some attention to what I think is an important and intriguing story to tell. Many thanks to everyone who supported me along the process. Read through the acknowledgements, many of them pop up in the book's first pages. In the meantime, happy reading and I welcome any thoughts, feedback or questions while tackling the book.
Posted by VegHistory at 6:15 AM