Arkangel is a British-based animal liberation semiannual magazine was first published in winter 1989. The magazine, which is sold internationally, covers the global aspects of underground and animal rights campaigns, and promotes a vegan lifestyle. 
The magazine was the brainchild of Ronnie Lee, founder of the Animal Liberation Front (ALF).  While in prison, he received letters regularly support and information about the unreported activities of ALF activists. Lee decided to publish them in the form of a magazine, with the first edition put together by Vivian Smith.  The paper continues to be largely of activists in connection with British ALF. 
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- Jump up ^ “Ronnie Lee Fighting Talk: an interview with Arkangel,” Arkangel , issue 25th
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- Jump up ^ Garner, Robert. Animals Politics and morality , Manchester University Press, 2004, p. 78.