New Bedford, MA
BOOK TITLE(s): Dogs Are Better Than People
SYNOPSIS: Dogs Are Better Than People is the story of one woman’s transformation from armchair sympathizer to animal activist. Powerful and humorous; it is part memoir, undercover report and love letter to companion animals everywhere.
BIO: Lori Bradley-Millstein is a writer, artist and teacher living in southeastern Massachusetts with her husband and pack of beloved misfit dogs. She has an art studio within a community of artists in an old mill building in New Bedford, Massachusetts and exhibits her artwork nationally. She supports animal rescue and animal rights causes through her non-profit organization, iAnimal.org. Lori Bradley-Millstein holds Masters Degrees in art, art education and writing. She teaches art and design at Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
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