Author: Ben Shaberman
"Many of the essays in the book have some connection to my veganish ways ..."--Page xiii.
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. Ben Shaberman's essays have appeared in the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Vegetarian Times, VegNews, and a variety of other publications. His commentaries have also been carried by NPR's Morning Edition, as well as NPR in Baltimore and Des Moines. He earned a master's degree in poetry from Johns Hopkins University, and is a member of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists.