Freelance writer, writing instructor, Berkshire County, Massachusetts
Amanda Giracca lives and writes in western Massachusetts. She is a lecturer in SUNY Albany’s Writing and Critical Inquiry programme and a contributing editor to Vela.
The art of butchery
How we lost touch with animals, life and death, and learned to find butchery repulsive while eating more meat than ever
Consider the rooster
The thugs of the barnyard, roosters were bred to fight and strut. Does our highly tamed world have room for them any more?