New Book: Listen, we all bleed

From Mandy-Suzanne Wong:

Nov 1 is publication day for Listen, we all bleed, my book of essays on nonhuman-animal voices in activist art — a project whose first spark was ignited at SLSA 2013 in Notre Dame. 
In Listen, we all bleed, radical artists from around the world use recordings of nonhuman voices to plead for an end to violence against nonhuman animals. Central to this book is the importance of listening—just listening—as a creative effort that is also an activist act. The essays include reflections on the work of Kathryn Eddy, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, Robbie Judkins, mOwson&M0wson, Dave Phillips, Colleen Plumb, Quiet Ensemble, Hiroki Sasajima, Andrew Stevenson, Jana Winderen, and Eisuke Yanagisawa.

Listen, we all bleed is published by New Rivers Press at Minnesota State University. The book has been nominated for the PEN/Galbraith Nonfiction Award, Foreword INDIES Book Award, and CLMP Firecrackers. It’s available internationally through Amazon.
New Rivers Press will host an online reading and discussion of Listen… on 4 Nov. Registration is free via Eventbrite.