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Five Thoughts on Cecil the Lion—Or: How the Internet Really Botched This One

Five Thoughts on Cecil the Lion—Or: How the Internet Really Botched This One by Okla Elliott I had initially decided to ignore all of the Cecil the Lion outrage and counter-outrage, thinking it one more oddity of the internet, but … Continue reading

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SENTIENCE MATTERS: ANIMAL RIGHTS & LITERATURE

  Writing Literature to Benefit Nonhumans by Gabriel Gudding This is the first post in a monthly column about animal rights and critical animal studies. Because I’m a poet and essayist some of my posts will move beyond the strict … Continue reading

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Little Known Bible Verses (Preceded by a Rather Long Note) or Why You Won’t Find This Piece on The Good Men Project

Editor’s Note: I knew within minutes of reading Rion Amilcar Scott’s essay that it deserved a home here, and I’m thrilled and proud for this to be the first piece I’ve selected for publication as a recent addition to the editorial … Continue reading

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