Pattrice Jones is a cofounder of VINE Sanctuary, an LGBTQ-led farmed animal refuge in Springfield, VT. Prior to founding the sanctuary in 2000, Pattrice was a social change activist in a wide range of movements dating back to the 1970s. A nationally recognized leader in animal advocacy, Pattrice has taught college and university courses on effective activism. Pattrice’s publications include two books — The Oxen at the Intersection (Lantern, 2014) and Aftershock: Confronting Trauma in a Violent World (Lantern, 2007) — as well as numerous contributions to edited collections, including Animaladies (Bloomsbury, 2018); Animal Oppression and Capitalism (Praeger, 2017); Ecofeminism (Bloomsbury, 2014); Sister Species (University of Illinois Press, 2011); Minding the Animal Psyche (Spring Journal, 2010); Contemporary Anarchist Studies (Routledge, 2009); Igniting a Revolution (AK Press, 2006); and Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? (Lantern, 2004).