Vegan poetry speaks in the language of compassion. A sympathetic voice instead of silence. A fair representation of animals as someone, not something to be used and abused.
A world that includes all species is stronger. A conversation that includes the whole animal kingdom is richer. A vegan poem conveys suffering, sadness, fear, anguish – and hope.
Vegan poetry is about animals, for animals and with animals. Humans attuned to the needs and desires of animals can spread a positive message of inclusivity. Join us on our mission!
Daniel Clark is a writer and translator, with poems in dozens of journals and anthologies. He has been nominated for the Best Small Fictions and Best Microfiction awards, performed eco-poetry at COP26 and won In Another Voice's International Translation Competition 2021. He is vegan for the animals. @dang_clark