Kim Stallwood

Kim Stallwood
ResidenceHastings, England
NationalityBritish
OrganizationAnimals and Society Institute
Known forAnimal rights advocacy
Websitewww.kimstallwood.com
grumpyvegan.com

Kim W. Stallwood (born 1955)[1] is a British animal rights advocate,[2] author, independent scholar, and consultant.[3] He is European director of the Animals and Society Institute, an animal rights think tank. He was executive editor of The Animals' Agenda, an animal rights magazine (1993–2002), and is the editor of Speaking Out for Animals (2001) and A Primer on Animal Rights (2002).[4] Stallwood blogs under the name Grumpy Vegan.[5]

Stallwood was born and raised in Camberley, Surrey, England.[6]

Stallwood is a former national director of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (1987–1992), campaigns officer for the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (1981–1985), and national organizer for Compassion in World Farming (1976–1978), for which he remains a consultant.[4]

He was also the founder of the Animal Rights Network (ARN), the world's largest library on animal rights, which became the Animals and Society Institute.[7]

In 2013, Stallwood published his first book, Growl: Life Lessons, Hard Truths, and Bold Strategies from an Animal Advocate, with Lantern Books. The book featured a foreword by Brian May.[8][9][10][11][12][13][14]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Stallwood, Kim (2014-05-14). Growl: Life Lessons, Hard Truths, and Bold Strategies from an Animal Advocate. Lantern Books. ISBN 9781590563977. I was born in 1955, in Camberley, a small town in the county of Surrey, about thirty miles southwest of London, England.
  2. ^ "Animal-rights activist addresses beach group", The Virginia-Pilot, October 29, 1995.
  3. ^ John Sorenson (ed.). "Contributor biographies". Critical Animal Studies: Thinking the Unthinkable. Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press Inc. pp. 333–7.
  4. ^ a b Kim Stallwood, kinstallwood.com, accessed July 1, 2010.
  5. ^ Stallwood, Kim. "Biography". Grumpy Vegan. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  6. ^ Stallwood, Kim (2014-11-11). "Kim Stallwood, Growl: Life Lessons, Hard Truths, and Bold Strategies from an Animal Advocate". Responsible Eating and Living (Interview). Interviewed by Caryn Hartglass. Forest Hills, New York. Retrieved 2019-06-26. Camberley is the name of the town where I was born and raised.
  7. ^ "About the authors," Terrorists or Freedom Fighters?", Lantern, 2004, pp. 389–390.
  8. ^ Restorick, Zelly (Summer 2015). "Book reviews: Growl by Kim Stallwood". The Vegan. p. 31. ISSN 0307-4811
  9. ^ Phelps, Norm (2015). "Review: Growl: Life Lessons, Hard Truths, and Bold Strategies from an Animal Advocate by Kim Stallwood" (PDF). Journal for Critical Animal Studies. 13 (1): 151–61.
  10. ^ Kaufman, Steven R. (7 January 2015). "Book Review: Growl: Life Lessons, Hard Truths, and Bold Strategies from an Animal Advocate by Kim Stallwood". CVA Weekly Newsletter. Christian Vegetarian Association. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  11. ^ Lymbery, Philip (2015). "Book Review: Growl by Kim Stallwood". Compassion in World Farming. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  12. ^ Smith, Erica (2015). "Kim Stallwood, Growl: Life Lessons, Hard Truths, and Bold Strategies from an Animal Advocate". Peace News. No. 2586–2587. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  13. ^ "Author pens book as voice against cruelty". Hastings Observer. 12 September 2014. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  14. ^ Restorick, Zelly (1 August 2014). "Kim Stallwood's book Growl" (scan). Hastings Independent Press. Retrieved 30 July 2018.

Further reading[edit]

External links[edit]