Breaking News

GREECE
The Greek edition of Eternal Treblinka has now been published in Athens by the Green Institute (associated with Greece's Green Party). That brings the number of ET translations to 15.

KOREA AND BRAZIL
Two more translations of Eternal Treblinka will be published in 2013. Deobleosoom, the publishing arm of Korea Animal Rights Advocates (KARA), will publish the Korean edition. The Brazilian publisher of the Portuguese edition is Anda Agência de Notícias (ANDA). That will bring the number of ET translations to 14.

FOURTH PRINTING
The English edition of Eternal Treblinka is now in its fourth printing. Charles Patterson is the publisher as well as author, and Lantern Books is the book's distributor.

RUSSIAN TRANSLATION
The Russian translation is finished and will soon be available online (site under construction).

KINDLE
The Kindle version of Eternal Treblinka is now available on Amazon.

INTERVIEW ON RAW VEGAN RADIO
On January 25, 2011, Steve Prussack interviewed Charles Patterson about his book ETERNAL TEBLINKA (now in 14 languages) on Raw Vegan Radio, based in California.

SLOVENIAN EDITION
Eternal Treblinka has been published by the respected publisher Sanje in Ljubljana, Slovenia. That brings the number of translations to thirteen with Swedish, Portuguese [Brazilian], and Korean translations forthcoming.

NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
Charles Patterson will discuss his book Eternal Treblinka on Wed., March 11, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. at the NYPL's Mid-Manhattan Library. The library is located on 40th Street and 5th Avenue, and the talk will take place on the 6th floor (elevators access the 6th floor after 6 p.m.). His book is in its third printing and will soon be in 14 languages. Like all NYPL programs, Patterson's talk will be free and open to the public. For more information call 212-340-0837.

SLAVES OF NEW YORK
Charles Patterson's letter to the West Side Spirit in response to its article about New York City's carriage horse industry is published in the weekly's current issue (9/25/08).

SPANISH EDITION
Editorial Milenio in Lleida, Spain, published the Spanish edition of Eternal Treblinka under the title Por qué maltratamos tanto a los animales? Un modelo para la masacre de personas en los campos de exterminio nazis. The book has also been published in France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Poland, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Croatia and Japan. Russian, Slovenian and Portuguese translations are also underway.

AMHERST BOOK SIGNING
The Jeffrey Amherst Bookshop in Amherst, Massachusetts hosted a book signing for Charles Patterson on Friday, May 30. He signed copies of his internationally acclaimed Eternal Treblinka: Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust (now in 13 languages) and his novel, Last Rites.

FRANCE AND SERBIA
The lastest countries to translate and publish Eternal Treblinka are Serbia and France. Several days after Calmann-Lévy published Un éternel Treblinka in Paris on January 3, 2008, it was reviewed in France's leading newspaper Le Monde. Eternal Treblinka has also been translated and published in Germany, Israel, Japan, Italy, Poland, Croatia, and the Czech Republic and will soon be published in Spain, Portugal, and Slovenia. Russian and Arabic translations are also underway.

THIRD PRINTING
The third printing of Eternal Treblinka brings the total number of copies printed since the book's publication to 8650.

LAST RITES
Charles Patterson's new book is a novel about a young man who follows his grandfathers and father into the ministry only to find out he made a big mistake. Because he's vegetarian, pro-animal and has a "Jewish" soul, he feels increasingly at odds with his church and his family. Last Rites is a moving, funny, serious and very readable story that's never been told before.

JAPAN
Ryokufu Shuppan-sha, a publishing house in Tokyo will publish the Japanese edition of Eternal Treblinka in April 2007. Ryokufu (means "Green Wind") publishes books about ecology, politics, war and peace, and social issues. Dr. Toda Kiyosi, Associate Professor of the Faculty of Environmental Studies, Nagasaki University is the translator, and Lydia Tanabe of the Small Animals Support Association (SASA) negotiated the terms of the book's publication. She is writing the Introduction, and Dr. Toda is writing the Afterword.

NEW YORK CITY RADIO INTERVIEW
WBAI 99.5 FM (Pacifica Radio in NYC) will interview Charles Patterson about his book on Friday, December 1 (11am-noon). This will be the third time Patterson has been on WBAI. Shortly after Lantern Books published the book, he was the guest of David Occhiuto on "Eco-Logic." Then Louis Reyes Rivera ("Perspectives") interviewed him and two other book author members of the National Writers Union about what they do to promote their books.

NATIONAL ANIMAL RIGHTS CONFERENCE
Charles Patterson, author of Eternal Treblinka, addressed the national animal rights conference (AR2006) on Thursday evening, August 10, in Alexandria, Virginia. He spoke at the conference's opening plenary session about "Animal Rights Through the Ages" and then on Saturday was on two panels--"Animal Perceptions" and "Commonalities of Oppression." The conference celebrated the 25th anniversary of the modern animal rights movement.

MORE TRANSLATIONS
Eternal Treblinka continues to attract international attention. France and Spain are the latest countries to decide to publish the book. It has already been translated and published in Germany, Israel, Italy, Poland, Croatia, and the Czech Republic.

AMERICAN WRITER
An article in the Fall 2005 issue of AMERICAN WRITER, the Journal of the National Writers Union, tells the amazing story of how Eternal Treblinka has become something of an international sensation after 83 American publishers refused to publish it. The book has now been translated into six languages--German, Hebrew, Italian, Polish, Czech, and Croatian--with more translations on the way.

PH.D. RETURNED TO PROTEST ANIMAL CRUELTY
On Tuesday, May 17, 2005--the day before Columbia University's 251st Commencement--Dr. Charles Patterson (Ph.D. '70) returned his doctorate to the Office of the President Lee Bollinger to protest Columbia's mistreatment of animals in its labs. Patterson said, "Dr. Josef Mengele, who conducted experiments on Jews and Gypsies at Auschwitz (he had two doctorates, by the way), would have fit in quite nicely at Columbia." In recognition of Patterson's action, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) will present him with its "Courage of Conviction" Award.

HEBREW TRANSLATION
Israel is the latest country to decide to publish Eternal Treblinka. Pardes Publishing House in Haifa is translating the book into Hebrew for publication later in the year. That will be the sixth translation. Since its publication in 2002 Eternal Treblinka has been translated and published in Italy, Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, and Croatia.

MARXIST PRAISE
A review by Norman Markowitz appeared in Political Affairs (March 2005), a Marxist monthly magazine of ideology, politics, and culture, published by the Communist Party, USA. "Charles Patterson's Eternal Treblinka is a wonderful book about terrible subjects, a work that resonates and extends the best of liberal humanism and broad left activism to the exploitation, oppression and extermination of non-human species," writes Markowitz. "It is a great book that will both expose readers to a world of valuable information that is not available to them in other sources, and help them, if they choose to act upon what they read, become better human beings in their relationship to both humans and animals."

PRAISE FROM GERMAN MEDIA
Each month in Germany a jury of 30 of the country's leading scholars and media figures vote to decide the country's ten most important non-fiction books. On the list for February, 2005--along with books about Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, and World War I--is "Für die Tiere ist jeden Tag Treblinka" (ISBN 3861506491), the German edition of Eternal Treblinka, published by Zweitausendeins Versand Dienst GmbH, Frankfurt am Main.

Favorable reviews of "Für die Tiere ist jeden Tag Treblinka" have also appeared in Germany's two leading newspapers-- Süddeutsche Zeitung and Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung--as well in Mitteldeutsche Zeitung, Nürnberger Nachrichten, Frankfurter Neue Presse, and other smaller publications.

CROATIA
Eternal Treblinka, translated into Croatian by Bernard Franolic of Prijatelji zivotinja (Animal Friends Croatia), was recently published in the Croatian capital of Zagreb by the publishing house Genesis. This is how the website of Animal Friends Croatia describes Vjecna Treblinka: "The book that breaks all taboos. The book that fires up controversies all over the world."

NEW PRINTING
In response to continuing demand by English-speaking readers, another printing of Eternal Treblinka has been ordered. The book continues to generate interest abroad as well. It has been translated into five languages, and other publishers around the world are also considering it.

RECENT RADIO INTERVIEWS
On November 30, 2004, Dr. Patterson was interviewed live, in-studio on the "Eco-Logic" radio show on Pacifica's New York station WBAI-FM. Environmental journalist David Occhiuto was the interviewer. On January 6, 2005 Patterson was interviewed on the Meria Heller Show, the international internet radio show that originates in Phoenix, Arizona. They were the 19th and 20th radio interviews he has done since the publication of Eternal Treblinka in 2002.

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
On November 9, 2004, Charles Patterson spoke about his book at New York University in Vanderbilt Hall. After the talk, sponsored by the NYU Law School's Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, he signed copies of his book.

GERMANY    
The German edition of Eternal Treblinka ("Fur die Tiere ist jeden Tag Treblinka") has been published by Zweitausendeins in Frankfurt am Main. The book has also been published in Italy, Poland, and the Czech Republic. A Croatian translation is underway, and publishers in other countries are reviewing the book for possible publication.

TO RUSSIA WITH LOVE    
Dr. Patterson was recently interviewed by Radio Free Europe. The next day the interview (with a Russian voice-over) was broadcast throughout Russia.

CORNELL UNIVERSITY    
Dr. Patterson spoke about Eternal Treblinka at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, on Wednesday, April 14. His talk, which took place in the Kaufman Auditorium, was covered by the campus newspaper and a local cable station.

CZECH REVIEWS
Reviews of Eternal Treblinka were recently published in Literarni Noviny ("Literary Newspaper"), the leading Czech literary magazine, in the newspaper Respekt, and in Dokoran ("Wide Open"), the newspaper of the Czech Writers' Guild.

REVIEW OF BOOK ABOUT THE ALF
Charles Patterson's review of Freedom Fighters or Terrorists?: Reflections on the Liberation of Animals, edited by Steven Best, Ph.D., and Anthony J. Nocella II, appeared in the March 2004 issue of Satya Magazine.

FILM REVIEW
Dr. Patterson's article about the Mel Gibson film ("A Whiff of Auschwitz") appeared in Jewish Press (New York), Chicago Jewish News, American Jewish World (Minneapolis), Metro Jewish News (Atlanta), Martyrdom and Resistance (Holocaust publication), and online on Jewsweek and IsraelInsider.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Animal Activists of Alachua hosted author Charles Patterson for a talk to 150 people about his book on Wednesday, November 5 in the Rion Ballroom of the Reitz Union at the University of Florida in Gainesville. The night before the talk Dr. Patterson did a book signing at Goerings Bookstore on West University Avenue. He also spoke to a freshman philosophy class and did an interview on a local Sky radio program.

BOOKS AND AUTHORS INTERVIEW Charles Patterson's latest interview can be found on the website of Books and Authors.

FOREIGN PUBLICATIONS

CZECH EDITION
The Prah Publishing House in Prague has published Vecna Treblinka, the Czech edition of Eternal Treblinka.

The Italian and Polish editions of ET are now available. Editori Riuniti in Rome published Un'eterna Treblinka, and Vega!POL in Opole, Poland published Wieczna Treblinka.

The German edition is expected in the late fall. Zweitausendeins Versand Dienst GmbH in Frankfurt am Main will publish Ewiges Treblinka".

Publishers in several other countries are also reviewing the book for possible publication.

NEW DELHI WEBSITE

Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Book Reviews in New Delhi, India made Eternal Treblinka its Featured Book and posted eleven reviews from five continents (Azerbaijan Republic, India, Malawi, Nigeria, Peru, Sweden, United Kingdom, and the United States).

TIKKUN MAGAZINE

The progressive Jewish magazine TIKKUN has an article entitled "The Great Divide: Animals and the Holocaust" by Charles Patterson in its May/June 2003 issue.

AMHERST BOOK SIGNING

On Friday, May 30, beginning at 1:30 pm Charles Patterson signed his book at the Jeffrey Amherst Bookshop in Amherst, Massachusetts. He was joined by Professors Ray Moore of Amherst College and Don Robinson of Smith College, authors of Partners for Democracy: Crafting the New Japanese State Under Macarthur (Oxford Unversity Press). The Jeffrey Amherst Bookshop is located at 55 South Pleasant Street in Amherst.

PETA PROJECT

PETA has launched its controversial "Holocaust On Your Plate" National Tour that features a giant display, consisting of eight 60-square-foot panels, each showing photos of factory farm and slaughterhouse scenes side by side with photos from Nazi death camps. The display, coordinated by PETA Youth Outreach Coordinator Matt Prescott, graphically depicts the point made by the Yiddish writer and Nobel laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer, who wrote, "In relation to animals, all people are Nazis." The project's website features excerpts from Eternal Treblinka

PUBLICATION IN GERMANY

Zweitausendeins in Frankfurt am Main is translating and publishing the German-language edition of Eternal Treblinka. The book was discussed in an article "Treblinka der Tiere" ("Treblinka for Animals") by Ulrich Raulff in the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung (October 2002).

BOOK SIGNING IN NEW YORK CITY

Dr. Patterson signed his book at the Farm Animal Forum in New York on May 24. To find out more about the Forum, sponsored by Farm Sanctuary, click here.

SPEAKING IN NEW YORK CITY MARCH 21

Dr. Patterson addressed the dinner of the New York City chapter of EarthSave International on Friday, March 21. EarthSave, founded by John Robbins, author of The Food Revolution and Diet For a New America, is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to educate the public about the benefits of shifting to a plant-based diet--for health reasons, for animal morality reasons, for environmental reasons, and for food scarcity reasons. Previous speakers at the EarthSave dinner/lecture series in Manhattan have included Frances Moore Lappe, Howard Lyman, and Victoria Moran. For more information visit NYC EarthSave

THE STORY BEHIND THE BOOK

The author's article about how Eternal Treblinka came to be has been posted on the Independent Publisher website.

LETTER FROM SENATOR ROBERT BYRD

"Dear Dr. Patterson: Thank you for sending to me your book entitled Eternal Treblinka. I congratulate you on your good work! Also, I thank you for your nice note expressing appreciation for my efforts here in the Senate concerning the welfare of animals. I wish the best to you always. With warmest regards, I am [signed] Robert C. Byrd"

STOCK MAVEN

The "Business and the Holocaust" section of the Stock Maven website has posted an excerpt from the book about the American industrialist Henry Ford's contribution to the Holocaust.

ITALY

The Italian edition of ET--Eterna Treblinka--will be published in Italy by the repected Roman publishing house Editori Riuniti. Under the leadership of Dr. Massimo Filippi, Progetto Gaia in Milan translated ET from English to Italian. Dr. Filippi will also write the Introduction to the Italian edition.

THE FREETHINKER (UK)

The Freethinker--the magazine for rationalists, atheists and humanists--reviewed ET in its most recent issue. "It grips like a thriller," said the review. "Patterson details how our institutionalised cruelty to animals breeds violence against humans; it is the root cause of mistreatment of fellow humans. This tendency in humans to be Nazis over all creation is what Eternal Treblinka is all about." The magazine was founded by G.W. Foote in 1881.

POLAND

The "Vega!POL" Publishing House in Poland will soon publish ET as Wieczna Treblinka.

CZECH REPUBLIC

In Prague the Publishing House PRAH will translate and publish ET in 2003 as Vecna Treblinka.

IN THE LAND OF THE VIKINGS

"Animals, Slavery and the Holocaust"--an article based on Eternal Treblinka--has been posted on the website of the Norwegian Alliance for Animal Welfare in Oslo, Norway.

SCANDINAVIA

Animal Rights Sweden (Förbundet Djurens Rätt), the largest AR group in Scandinavia (50,000 members), published a review of ET by two historians from Göteborgs University in its newspaper "Djurens Rätt!" complete with an illustration showing Hitler as a butcher. The Swedish website--vegan.nu--recently posted Dr. Richard Schwartz's interview with Patterson in English, Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish. The ET website banner is also posted on the site.

AMERICAN WRITER

The Summer 2002 issue of AMERICAN WRITER, the magazine of the National Writers Union sent to its 8,000 members, carried an article by NWU member Charles Patterson (p. 12). It describes Eternal Treblinka's long journey to publication, as well as his experience as a member of the union's Book Division listserve.

TOP ISRAELI NEWSPAPER PRAISES ET

The Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz (English edition) published an extensive review of Eternal Treblinka in its August 23, 2002 issue, calling it "a thorough and thought-provoking book." To read the complete review, click here.

REVIEW IN ISRAELI NEWSPAPER

A review of Eternal Treblinka appeared in the July 11, 2002 issue of Maariv, Israel's second largest newspaper. It said that "the moral challenge posed by Eternal Treblinka turns it into a must for anyone who seeks to delve into the universal lesson of the Holocaust." Ido Dovrath translated the review from Hebrew into English. ET has also been reviewed in Italian and Danish. These reviews can be found on the REVIEWS page.

SINGER CHAPTER

The entire Chapter 7 of ET--"THIS BOUNDLESS SLAUGHTERHOUSE: The Compassionate Vision of Isaac Bashevis Singer"--was recently made available for all to read.

SIX REVIEWS IN SATYA MAGAZINE

The June/July issue of Satya, a New York-based magazine devoted to vegetarianism, environmentalism, animal advocacy, and social justice, has a special section on "Animals and the Holocaust." It features six book reviews of Eternal Treblinka written by Dr. Karen Davis, director of United Poultry Concerns; Beth Gould, publisher of Satya Magazine; Norm Phelps, spiritual outreach director of The Fund for Animals; Dr. Roberta Kalechofsky, director of Micah Publications; Jack Rosenberger, columnist for the Los Angeles Times; and Dr. Richard Schwartz, author of Judaism and Vegetarianism and Judaism and Global Survival.

DALLAS MORNING NEWS

Reporter Aline McKenzie wrote an article about Eternal Treblinka for The Dallas Morning News (5/25/02), based on her reading of the book and on her telephone interview with the author. "The author says there's a link between human and animal injustice," she wrote. "Thousands of years ago, humans learned to trap, herd, geld and control animals. And then each other; anyone they considered inferior, slaves, women, members of other races or faiths, argues author Charles Patterson. A need for hierarchy, anchored in dehumanizing "us vs. them" attitudes, is the root of human as well as animal cruelty in our world."

REVIEWS BY JEWISH PUBLICATIONS

Michael Fein, editor of The Gantseh Megillah (Montreal), calls ET "an eye-opening, thought-provoking book that I highly recommend." The world's first and oldest continuous Holocaust periodical, Martyrdom and Resistance, describes the book as "important and timely...written with great sensitivity and compassion...I hope that Eternal Treblinka will be widely read." The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles says that "you will want to read this meticulously researched and compelling treatment of a painful and controversial subject." The June 2002 issue of Moment ("America's Premier Independent Jewish Magazine") writes, "Patterson's book sheds light on the violence perpetuated every day against animals and humans alike so that we might one day put an end to it."

PRAISE FROM WEBCASTER MERIA HELLER

Meria Heller of Phoenix, Arizona writes, "As an international webcaster I have interviewed many authors on many different subjects. NEVER before have I read or interviewed anything as IMPORTANT, compelling and well-done as Eternal Treblinka by Charles Patterson...valuable addition to every library and school and home in America. I can't say enough about it, it's number one on my list of recommended books."

ANIMALS' AGENDA COVER STORY

The cover feature article ("The Holocaust and Animal Exploitation") in the March/April 2002 issue of Animals' Agenda magazine consisted of five profiles of Jewish and German animal activists written about in Chapters 6 and 8 of Eternal Treblinka.

PETA PROMOTES ET TO JEWISH PUBLICATIONS

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals recently sent out this news release:

To: [Jewish magazines and newspapers]
From: David Perle 757-622-7382, ext. 1410
Re: Acclaimed Author Likens Horrors of Factory Farming, Animal
Slaughter to an "Eternal Treblinka"

Provocative New Book Garners Rave Reviews From Holocaust Scholars and Animal Rights Activists

The famous Yiddish writer and Nobel Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer wrote in The Letter Writer, "In relation to them [animals], all people are Nazis; for the animals it is an eternal Treblinka."

Holocaust educator and author Charles Patterson has taken Singer's idea and run with it, expanding it into a thought-provoking book, Eternal Treblinka, which examines the horrifying similarities between Nazi Germany and modern society's treatment of animals.

Dr. Patterson, a graduate of Yad Vashem Institute for Holocaust Education in Jerusalem, explores how those who believe that the strong should exploit and sacrifice the weak for the "greater good" have been responsible for institutionalized suffering throughout history--from slavery, to the Holocaust, to the unspeakable conditions for animals on factory farms.

The Introduction is by legal scholar Lucy Rosen Kaplan, daughter of Holocaust survivors (her mother was a forced laborer for the SS; her father spent the war in seven Nazi camps, including Auschwitz).

Michael D. Fein, editor of The Gantseh Megillah, calls Eternal Treblinka, "enormously informative...an eye-opening, thought-provoking book that I highly recommend as way of gaining additional insight into the psychology of the Holocaust."

Eternal Treblinka (a candidate for the National Jewish Book Award in Non-Fiction) can be ordered at PETAMall.com. To schedule an interview with the author, Charles Patterson, please call Jenny Woods at 757-622-7382, ext. 1324.

PULITZER PRIZE

ET has been submitted for the 2002 Pulitzer Prize in Non-Fiction. The Pulitzer Prize Board presents the prestigious prize annually to "a distinguished book of non-fiction by an American author." The winners of the Pulitzer Prizes in the categories of journalism, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama, music, and photography each receive $7,500. The winners and finalists will be announced in April, 2003.

ET GOES TO JERUSALEM

The author sent a complimentary copy of ET to Dr. Motti Shalem, Director of the International School for Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, which the author attended in 1983. "Thank you very much for sending me the copy of your new book, Eternal Treblinka," Dr. Shalem wrote. "I have forwarded it to our head librarian who will be able to make it accessible to our researchers and general users who come to utilize our extensive holdings on the Holocaust." ET was reviewed in the Jerusalem Post on March 20, 2002 ("well-researched" and "fascinating")

ET GOES TO HOLLYWOOD

Ingrid Newkirk, President of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) sent complimentary copies of ET, together with a personal note of endorsement, to leading figures in the film and entertainment industries. They include Alec Baldwin, Jamie Lee Curtis, James Cromwell, Woody Harrelson, Oliver Stone, Martin Scorcese, Michael Tobias, Bill Maher, Paul McCartney, Rich Donner, Wolfgang Petersen, and others.

HENRY FORD

An excerpt from Chapter 3 of ET, describing Henry Ford's anti-Semitic campaign in the 1920s and his contribution to the Holocaust, is printed in the current issue of the world's foremost Holocaust publication, Martyrdom and Resistance, published by the International Society of Yad Vashem.

DOUBLE HONOR

During the last week of January 2002, Animal Rights Online chose ET as its "Book Pick of the Week," and www.USAJewish.com chose the ET website as its "Website of the Week."

INTEREST BY MEAT INDUSTRY

Dan Murphy, editor of the industry magazine Meat Marketing & Technology (MMT), has requested a review copy of ETERNAL TREBLINKA. He will post his review on the MMT website. Stay tuned.

INTERNATIONAL VEGETARIAN UNION

IVU NEWS has announced the forthcoming publication of ET, which is also featured on the News page of the organization's website (http://www.ivu.org/news).

MAJOR PRINT MEDIA

Advance copies (bound galleys) of ETERNAL TREBLINKA have been sent to major American newspapers--New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Miami Herald, Washington Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Dallas Morning News, Seattle Post Intelligencer, Cincinnati Enquirer, Baltimore Sun, Christian Science Monitor, LA Weekly, Village Voice, and the Associated Press.

Bound galleys have also been sent to the Atlantic Monthly, New Republic, New York Review of Books, Progressive, Utne Reader, Mother Jones, Nation, Commentary, Tikkun, and other publications.

Several National Public Radio programs--All Things Considered, Weekend Edition, and Talk of the Nation--have also received galleys.

JEWISH INTEREST

Jewish interest in ETERNAL TREBLINKA is growing. These publications have already requested review copies: Chicago Jewish News, New Mexico Jewish Link, Cleveland Jewish News, Shalom Newspaper (PA), Jewish Journal (OH), Palm Beach Jewish News, Deep South Jewish Voice (AL), Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life, Jewish Telegraph (UK), Jerusalem Post, and Semitic Studies (University of Sydney).

Bound galleys have been sent to Jewish Press, Jewish Week, Commentary, Tikkun, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Washington Jewish Week, Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, Association of Jewish Librarians, Jewish Telegraph (UK), Judaism.com, and the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

Holocaust organizations requesting review copies include Holocaust Education Foundation (VA), Holocaust Genocide Studies Project (NY), Holocaust/Genocide Education Center (PA), Holocaust Center of Northern California, and the Ghetto Fighters' Museum in Israel.

Anyone interested in receiving a review copy should contact editorial@lanternbooks.com

ANIMAL RIGHTS MAGAZINES

The Jan/Feb (2002) issue of ANIMALS' AGENDA ("The World's Premier Animal Rights Magazine") will have a feature cover article about Holocaust-connected animal advocates profiled in ETERNAL TREBLINKA. The Spring issue of ANIMAL TIMES, a magazine sent to 600,000 PETA members, will also feature the book.

SUPPORT FROM JANE GOODALL

Internationally known author and animal advocate, Dr. Jane Goodall, has given her support to ETERNAL TREBLINKA: Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust. "Charles Patterson's book will go a long way towards righting the terrible wrongs that human beings, throughout history, have perpetrated on non-human animals. I urge you to read it and think deeply about its important message."

Dr. Goodall founded the Jane Goodall Institute for Wildlife Research, Education and Conservation in 1977 to provide ongoing support for field research on wild chimpanzees. The goal of the JGI is to expand primate habitat conservation, promote the well-being of chimpanzees and other primates, and increase animal protection generally. The JGI has offices in Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, South Africa, China, Taiwan, Japan, Italy, Germany, Holland, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States (Silver Spring, Maryland).

Jane Goodall's many books include The Chimpanzees of Gombe, In the Shadow of Man, My Life with the Chimpanzees, Africa in My Blood, and Reason for Hope: A Spiritual Journey.

INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT GROWING

Even before its publication, ETERNAL TREBLINKA has been attracting considerable attention and support from around the world. More than 200 vegetarian, animal protection, and environmental organizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Canada, and the United States have already expressed their support for the book.

To see the growing support list, go to the SUPPORT page. Please Email the author to be placed on this support list.


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