Publishing and Media

Camila Perussello

Camila Perussello, Ph.D., is an extensively published Food Engineer with many years of postdoctoral experience. Her involvement with the animal liberation movement started decades ago when she first became vegetarian and later went vegan for ethical reasons. Dr. Perussello has worked as a food scientist in different parts of the globe, gathering evidence on animal food production’s ethical and sustainability issues. She is the recipient of research grants by Brazilian and European governments as well as funding for vegan outreach from California-based The Pollination Project. On the verge of such pressing matters as animal rights, the climate and ecological crises, animal-origin pandemics, diet-related illnesses, and food insecurity, Dr. Perussello defends a shift towards plant-based living. Her academic research and food-consulting services aim at accelerating the future of food. Learn more about her work at www.camilaperussello.com.

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Gretchen Primack

Gretchen Primack is the author of two other collections, Visiting Days (Willow Books Editors Select Series 2019), set in a maximum-security men’s prison, and Doris’ Red Spaces (Mayapple Press 2014), as well as an earlier version of Kind (Post Traumatic Press 2012). She also co-wrote, with Jenny Brown, The Lucky Ones: My Passionate Fight for Farm Animals (Penguin Avery 2013). Her poems have appeared in The Paris Review, Prairie Schooner, FIELD, Ploughshares, Poet Lore, The Massachusetts Review, The Antioch Review, and other journals and anthologies. Primack has administrated and taught with college programs and poetry workshops in prison for many years, and she moonlights at an indie bookstore in Woodstock, NY. Reach out to her at www.gretchenprimack.com.

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Charles Patterson

Charles Patterson is a writer, editor, therapist, historian, animal advocate, and award-winning author of ten books. Eternal Treblinka: Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust has been translated into French, German, Spanish, Italian, Hebrew, Polish, Czech, Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian, Russian, and Japanese (with Portuguese and Hungarian translations on the way).

Patterson’s other books include Anti-Semitism: The Road to the Holocaust and BeyondThe Civil Rights MovementMarian Anderson (winner of the Carter G. Woodson Book Award), The Oxford 50th Anniversary Book of the United Nations, and From Buchenwald to Carnegie Hall (co-authored with Holocaust survivor Mr. Marian Filar).

Patterson is a graduate of Amherst College, Columbia University (Ph.D.) and the International School for Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. He lives in New York City and is a member of PEN, The Authors Guild, and the National Writers Union.

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Tatiana Forero Puerta

Tatiana Forero Puerta is originally from Bogotá, Colombia. A graduate of Stanford, New York, and Columbia universities, she has taught philosophy and yoga for a decade, including her post as an adjunct faculty member at New York University and the City University of New York. A columnist for New York Spirit, Park Slope Reader, and Elephant Journal, Tatiana is a recipient of the Stanford Garfield Prize in Ethics, the 2017 Pushcart Prize, a 2019 Pushcart Prize Nominee, and a finalist for the Blueshi Journal prize for writers of color. A contributing author of Religion and Psychology Research Progress, her work has also appeared in Able Muse, Flock, Juked, JOY: Journal of Yoga, and elsewhere. Tatiana lives in New York, where she teaches and writes. Her website is yogaforthewoundedheart.com.

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Krissy Pozatek

Krissy Pozatek, MSW, is a former wilderness therapist and current parent coach. It is her quest to bring the internal-resiliency skills that kids gain from the wilderness into everyday parenting. She is the author of Brave Parenting, Brave Teaching, and The Parallel Process. In addition to parent-coaching and writing, Krissy is a public speaker and conducts parent workshops and seminars nationally. Krissy was also a visiting professor at her alma matter, Middlebury College, Vermont. Her website is www.parallel-process.com

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Norm Phelps

Norm Phelps was the spiritual outreach director of The Fund for Animals, as well as a founding member of the Society of Ethical and Religious Vegetarians (SERV) and a contributing writer for Satya. His goal was for faith communities of all traditions to include animals within the scope of their compassionate ministries. Norm Phelps’s books include The Dominion of LoveThe Great CompassionThe Longest Struggle, and Changing the Game. Norm passed away in the end of 2014. His website is animalsandethics.org.

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Pythia Peay

Pythia Peay is an author and journalist on psychology, spirituality, and the American psyche. Her work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Religion News Service, The Washington Post, and elsewhere. A regular contributor to The Huffington Post and Psychology Today, she has received awards for her work from The American Association of University Women and Women in the Media. She is the author of America on the Couch: Psychological Perspectives on American Politics and Culture (Lantern, 2015) and Soul Sisters: The Five Sacred Qualities of a Woman’s Soul (Tarcher, 2002). Her website is pythiapeay.com.

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