Welcome To No Voice Unheard
"Everything has its own voice. Thunder and lightning and stars and planets, flowers,
birds, animals, trees -- all these have voices, and they constitute a community of
existence that is profoundly related." - Thomas Berry
No Voice Unheard is an independent publisher of beautiful and creative books that are cutting edge in their content and presentation, giving voice to those who are ignored or disregarded by society, and illuminating important social issues often ignored by profit-driven publishers. In the tradition of great books like Silent Spring, Animal Liberation, Diet for a New America and others, we believe in the power of books to create social change.
No Voice Unheard is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded and operated by former animal shelter workers with over forty combined years of experience in animal advocacy. We are dedicated to promoting compassion and respect for all living beings and the planet we share.
With compelling photos and moving vignettes, One at a Time chronicles the true stories of 75 dogs and cats who passed through a typical U.S. animal shelter during one week. Each animal has an important lesson to teach and a powerful message to share. Look into their eyes and let them give you a riveting and unforgettable glimpse into this nation's homeless animal tragedy.
Winner of the Humane Society of the United States Compassionate Care Award and the ASPCA Humane Issues Award.
Combining elegant, stunning photos with a deep and probing essay, Thought to Exist in the Wild is a passionate and unflinching examination of zoos in our society. This book presents a critical look at these institutions, the individual animals who live in them, and, of ourselves.
Winner of the Eric Hoffer Book Award Grand Prize. Bill Maher says, “This is a brave book and a much needed voice on behalf of the animals."
Our most recent release! Ninety-Five (the number of animal lives spared each year by one person’s decision to go vegan) Is an anthology, in photos and stories, about America’s farmed animals. Winner of an Eric Hoffer Book Award, this beautiful book tells the remarkable stories of rescued farmed animals living on sanctuaries and in homes across the country.
Winner of an Eric Hoffer Book Award and an Independent Publisher (IPPY) gold medal. John Robbins calls Ninety-Five "A rare and life-changing book."