“Elegantly written, thoughtful, intensely personal yet universal. Destined to become a classic.”
“Both a personal tale of how one man comes to terms with the meat on his plate and a historical look at humanity’s connection to animals, delivers new insight in the too-often simplistic vegetarian-versus-carnivore argument.”
“Bull’s-eye! Cerulli cuts through forests of argument with a thoughtful and thrilling narrative. We experience his growing awareness of what it means to be fully involved in the web of nature. With him we can wonder at its complex mystery and share in ‘mindful eating’ as a sacred act.”
About the Author
Tovar Cerulli awarded a graduate school fellowship by the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 2009, where he is researching diverse perspectives on human relationships with the natural world. He lives in Vermont with his wife, Catherine. Visit his webiste at www.tovarcerulli.com.