about us

about us

New England’s unifying resource helping you Live the Local Vegan Life!

vegan (vee·gn) – a commitment against oppression

zine (zeen) – a publication filled with passion and used to share ideas, thoughts, & stories

VeganZine is a small business that was founded in 2020 by local vegans for local vegans. We believe in the power of community and want to make it as easy as possible to stay current with neighborhood news, meet local businesses, and socialize at upcoming events across New England. 

Our Zine hosts community created content in a variety of styles and genres. We also offer a range of services tailored to the needs of brands, creators, and organizations of all sizes. If it’s vegan-friendly and local to New England then it belongs on VeganZine!

leadership

Kayla

Kayla

(She/ her)

Kayla is the Co-Founder of VeganZine and an antioppression vegan. She believes strongly that intersectional activism is crucial for collective liberation. Kayla is also extremely passionate about food systems, food justice, and nutrition. When she’s not learning about food, talking about food, or eating food, Kayla is probably snuggling with her companion dog, Ginny, and caring for her house plants. 

Connect with Kayla on Instagram and LinkedIn.

Erica

Erica

(She/ her)

Erica is the Co-Founder of VeganZine and the Founder of @Vegan_Kween. She has always been a big lover of food, and since going vegan over 4 years ago, her passion has been finding the next best vegan meal and sharing it with the community, because yes, vegan burgers and donuts exist! Animal & human rights are at the core of Erica’s veganism, and is proud to bring that voice & mindset to VeganZine, where various perspectives & voices are hosted. When she’s not working on the VeganZine, you can find her running her online book club, or working at a marketing tech company, who happens to have many vegan clients!

Brittany

Brittany

(She/ her)

Brittany is an environmental historian and archivist working for the Cambridge Historical Commission and Northeastern University. Currently in Boston’s Fenway area, she is originally from Hopedale, MA and has close ties with Newport and Rhode Island. Brittany went vegetarian in 2015 for environmental reasons then fully vegan and gluten free in 2018. She is passionate about baking, reading, film, skincare, and the pursuit of sustainability.

Conna

Conna

(She/ her)

Conna has been vegan since 2018 and loved every minute of it! Originally from Syracuse, NY, she moved to Boston in 2015 to start a career in international education. Environmentalism initially drove Conna to become vegetarian and then vegan. Since then, she has become passionate about animal rights, workers’ rights, and much more. Conna is an ardent believer in intersectional veganism, and feels that it is her lifelong mission to end as much suffering as possible. She absolutely adores trying new vegan foods, restaurants, and products. Her current fave is Taco Party in Somerville, MA!

Rose

Rose

(She/ her)

Rose recently moved to Providence and has been feeling spoiled by all the amazing vegan restaurants and bakeries here. You can usually find her trying a new recipe in the kitchen, while feeding veggie scraps to her 3ft tall cat (he’s obsessed). Rose also love making cocktails and doing projects around the house. She started her path towards veganism due to food sensitivities and became fully vegan in 2018.

zine team

faq

Is all of your content 100% vegan ?

Everything on VeganZine is vegan or vegan-friendly! We founded VeganZine to help make it easy to navigate through daily life with veganism as a default. We are always supportive of local businesses, creators, and makers who are vegan-friendly

What do you consider to be local?

Our definition of local is pretty broad, basically we know it when we see it! To be a bit more specific, if it’s created, organized, and distributed in the New England* area, we consider it local. We always try to be as transparent as possible in our content and will be specific as often as possible.

*New England is the Northeastern part of the United States that encompasses Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. It is also important to note that these state lines are a colonial construct built on land that was never ceded by the people and tribes indigenous to the area. Please take a moment to acknowledge what Native Land you are on and learn more about Indigenous rights, history, and culture from Cultural Survival.

What is intersectional veganism?

The term intersectional was coined in 1989 by lawyer and civil rights advocate Kimberlé Crenshaw. Intersectionality is a framework built from the understanding that identities are dynamic and don’t exist in isolation from each other. We see veganism as an intersectional identity and a commitment to actively stand against all systems of oppression and injustice. We are vegan for people, animals, and our planet and know that our futures are all interconnected.

How can I support the work you do in the community?

What a generous question! Your recommendations to other vegans, creators, and brands in the area are always a huge help. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media.

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Rose recently moved to Providence and has been feeling spoiled by all the amazing vegan restaurants and bakeries here. You can usually find her trying a new recipe in the kitchen, while feeding veggie scraps to her 3ft tall cat (he’s obsessed). Rose also love making cocktails and doing projects around the house. She started her path towards veganism due to food sensitivities and became fully vegan in 2018.

New England’s unifying resource helping you Live the Local Vegan Life!

vegan (vee·gn) – a commitment against oppression

zine (zeen) – a publication filled with passion and used to share ideas, thoughts, & stories

VeganZine is a small business that was founded in 2020 by local vegans for local vegans. We believe in the power of community and want to make it as easy as possible to stay current with neighborhood news, meet local businesses, and socialize at upcoming events across New England. 

Our Zine hosts community created content in a variety of styles and genres. We also offer a range of services tailored to the needs of brands, creators, and organizations of all sizes. If it’s vegan-friendly and local to New England then it belongs on VeganZine!

leadership

Kayla

Kayla

(She/ her)

Co-Founder of VeganZine

Kayla is an antioppression vegan and believes strongly in the need for intersectional advocacy for collective liberation. She is also extremely passionate about food systems, food justice, and nutrition. When she’s not learning about food, talking about food, or eating food, Kayla is probably snuggling with her companion dog, Ginny, and caring for her house plants.

Connect with Kayla on Instagram.

Erica

Erica

(She/ her)

Co-Founder of VeganZine and Founder of @Vegan_Kween

Erica has always been a big lover of food, and since going vegan over 4 years ago, her passion has been finding the next best vegan meal and sharing it with the community, because yes, vegan burgers and donuts exist! Animal & human rights are at the core of Erica’s veganism, and is proud to bring that voice & mindset to VeganZine, where various perspectives & voices are hosted. When she’s not working on the VeganZine, you can find her running her online book club, or working at a marketing tech company, who happens to have many vegan clients!

Brittany

Brittany

(She/ her)

Brittany is an environmental historian and archivist working for the Cambridge Historical Commission and Northeastern University. Currently in Boston’s Fenway area, she is originally from Hopedale, MA and has close ties with Newport and Rhode Island. Brittany went vegetarian in 2015 for environmental reasons then fully vegan and gluten free in 2018. She is passionate about baking, reading, film, skincare, and the pursuit of sustainability.

Conna

Conna

(She/ her)

Conna has been vegan since 2018  and loved every minute of it! Originally from Syracuse, NY, she moved to Boston in 2015 to start a career in international education. Environmentalism initially drove Conna to become vegetarian and then vegan. Since then, she has become passionate about animal rights, workers’ rights, and much more. Conna is an ardent believer in intersectional veganism, and feels that it is her lifelong mission to end as much suffering as possible. She absolutely adores trying new vegan foods, restaurants, and products. Her current fave is Taco Party in Somerville, MA!

Rose

Rose

(She/ her)

Rose recently moved to Providence and has been feeling spoiled by all the amazing vegan restaurants and bakeries here. You can usually find her trying a new recipe in the kitchen, while feeding veggie scraps to her 3ft tall cat (he’s obsessed). Rose also love making cocktails and doing projects around the house. She started her path towards veganism due to food sensitivities and became fully vegan in 2018.

zine team

faq

Is all of your content 100% vegan ?

Everything on VeganZine is vegan or vegan-friendly! We founded VeganZine to help make it easy to navigate through daily life with veganism as a default. We are always supportive of local businesses, creators, and makers who are vegan-friendly

What do you consider to be local?

Our definition of local is pretty broad, basically we know it when we see it! To be a bit more specific, if it’s created, organized, and distributed in the New England* area, we consider it local. We always try to be as transparent as possible in our content and will be specific as often as possible.

*New England is the Northeastern part of the United States that encompasses Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. It is also important to note that these state lines are a colonial construct built on land that was never ceded by the people and tribes indigenous to the area. Please take a moment to acknowledge what Native Land you are on and learn more about Indigenous rights, history, and culture from Cultural Survival.

What is intersectional veganism?

The term intersectional was coined in 1989 by lawyer and civil rights advocate Kimberlé Crenshaw. Intersectionality is a framework built from the understanding that identities are dynamic and don’t exist in isolation from each other. We see veganism as an intersectional identity and a commitment to actively stand against all systems of oppression and injustice. We are vegan for people, animals, and our planet and know that our futures are all interconnected.

How can I support the work you do in the community?

What a generous question! Your recommendations to other vegans, creators, and brands in the area are always a huge help. You can also subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media.

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER

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