Your eyes can almost see past the white wine on your table
Almost see the fish gasping for life in the huge net
But not quite
Your nose can almost detect that very particular smell of sheep, as they travel up […]
Thanks to Infinity’s Kitchen magazine for their kind permission to re-use this poem. This has been performed once with a Canadian flag wrapped around the performers.
The readers (any number from 4 to 6) a […]
A poem written for my first time participating in a Save Movement event:
Your fate is not described in films and books
No tale of The Knife. No painting of The Hooks
You and your friends that you hold […]
Tunza Games: A place where people save the wild animals. Click https://www.tunzagames.com/conservation-crisis-the-game to learn more.
Sheep on the hill, silent, as the
Day, dark falling
Filling the pools is the swift rain – cruel and nourishing – high hill
Into the night
With the morn,
Hordes of clegs and midges gorge the […]
Daybreak is a multi-voice animal rights poem. Please join me now in performing it!
(Featured image: red deer in Cairngorms National Park, Scotland. Courtesy Wolf Clifton – Animal People, Inc.)
This is your big chance to take part in a nature poem. No auditions required.
Featured image: bird at sunrise, outside Kathmandu, Nepal. Courtesy Wolf Clifton – Animal People, Inc.
(Featured image credit: 威翰 陳, used under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
It is hard to climb the stairs. Only four flights but they are narrow and steep. People piss in the entryway and offensive graffiti covers the walls […]
(Featured image: carving of the Buddha surrounded by animals in Borobudur, a 9th century Buddhist temple in Java, Indonesia. Credit Wolf Clifton – Animal People, Inc.)
Since writing an unpublished book on […]
(Featured image: octopus using nut and seashell for shelter, a form of tool use. Credit Nick Hobgood, used under CC BY-SA 3.0)
Author’s Note: This article was originally published in The Vegan magazine, Winter […]
(Photo credit: Nic, used under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
One of the reasons that I am passionate about Seal tales:
One day in November 1982, I was out in a powered boat – with some other protestors – in the Orkney […]
(Featured image: primate in transit to laboratory. Credit Mary Bloom)
In the 1980s I did the background research for an anti-vivisection group in Glasgow, Scotland. I researched the researchers in the area […]
Ashby McGowan wrote a new post, The Saboteur’s Guide to Foxhunting Horn and Voice Calls 3 years ago
(Featured image credit: Calypso Orchid, used under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
There are ten particular situations that every Sab needs to know about. If you know the calls, you will not be bored at a Hunt, as you will be […]
(Featured image credit Frank DiBona, used under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
I recently read in some magazine, a Hunt follower asking for Hunting with Hounds to continue because, “there are so many wonderful poems about t […]
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