There’s nothing funny about being a vegan, unless you’re humorist Ben Shaberman. Shaberman explores the lighter side of one of the world’s fastest growing life choices: living meat-free. From social absurdities to his own foibles, Shaberman’s reflections will put a smile on the lips of vegans and omnivores alike.
Specs: 132 pp., B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White
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“Shaberman’s essays are insightful and intelligent, and they’ll make you laugh out loud.” - Shane Speer, Former Deputy Editor, Vegetarian Times
“Smart, wry, and just a little bit cynical, Shaberman parlays a unique sense of humor into a readable tome that elucidates the joys—and tribulations—of the meat-free lifestyle.” - Aurelia d’Andrea, Editorial Director, VegNews Magazine
“The Vegan Monologues provides an insightful glimpse into the meat-free psyche that both herbivores and omnivores will savor.” - Keryl Cryer, Senior Editor, Vegetarian Journal
He holds a master of arts in writing from Johns Hopkins University, as well as a master of science in computer systems management from the University of Maryland, and a bachelor of science in computer information science from Cleveland State University. He has also been a staff writer for research, non-profit, long-term care, and hospice care organizations. Ben’s been a vegetarian since 1991 and a vegan since 2004.