Alex Lockwood, Ph.D., is a writer, educator, and activist working in the fields of literature, creative writing, media, environment, and Human–Animal Studies. He has published widely on Rachel Carson and her legacy for contemporary writers. He lives in Newcastle, United Kingdom, where he writes about animals, vegan life practices, and running for the Guardian, Like the Wind magazine, Earthlines, and other publications. He is a director of the Vegan Lifestyle Association and a member of the Research Advisory Committee for the Vegan Society.
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Guys (and women)—we like sport, right? Playing, watching, talking, reading up on the game. Reading five different reports to see if any of the critics saw the same game as we did. Sport is a major global innovator, investor, inspiration. Even if we were no good as kids, we still found a group of friends … Read More