Sept. 7, 2018: Reading here in Pittsburgh at Creative Nonfiction Unblurred, as part of Garfield’s First Fridays! Alongside the excellent Lori Jakiela, Sarah Leavens, and Sarah Shotland.
Oct. 20, 2018: The Vegetarian’s Guide to Eating Meat is one of the featured nonfiction books at this fall’s Conversations & Connections conference, in Pittsburgh at Chatham University. This one-day, affordable conference is one of my absolute favorites: always a great place to connect with other writers in a low-pressure, actually fun environment! Looking forward to being a part of C&C PGH again. More details & registration at the link above.
Oct. 25, 2018: I’ll be reading and selling books at my alma mater, Ithaca College! More details TBA.
Selected Media Coverage, Reviews, & Appearances in support of The Vegetarian’s Guide to Eating Meat
Rising Up! with Sonali (video)
Go Green Radio with Jill Buck (audio)
Food Integrity Now! (audio)
Radio Ecoshock (audio)
Good Food Revolution with Malcolm Jolly (print)
Reviews & Media Coverage
“Chicken pot pie gets personal and political in The Vegetarian’s Guide to Eating Meat,“ by Molly Jean Bennett, Paste
“Review: The Vegetarian’s Guide to Eating Meat by Marissa Landrigan,” by Nancy McCabe, Ploughshares
“‘The Vegetarian’s Guide to Eating Meat’ isn’t an oxymoron,” by Emily Monaco, Organic Authority
“Why eating vegetarian may not be the most ethical diet,” by Zoe McKnight, Toronto Star
“Documenting the journey from vegetarian to ethical eating,” by Sarah Sudar, TribLIVE
“Local author publishes deeply personal journey into ethical eating,” by Celine Roberts, Pittsburgh City Paper
Selected Past Interviews, Readings, & Events
“On Food & Field Research: An Interview with Marissa Landrigan,” Creative Nonfiction
“One Positive Difference: An Interview with Marissa Landrigan,” Cartridge Lit
Readings & Events
Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures: Made Local series, Pittsburgh, PA, August 2017
Reading for The Rogue Room, sponsored by PEN Center USA, Los Angeles, CA, October 2012