* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 19, December 2010 * * * * *

Who? Me? Artist of the Year?

The non-violent resistance in West Papua enters a dangerous new phase..
He’s Still Big In Kathmandu


Record Shop R.I.P

A few seasonal thoughts on the demise of ye olde record store

by Gordon Campbell


West Papua: from Morning Star to Mourning

The freedom & democracy movement in West Papua is using non-violent action to advance its cause.

by Jason MacLeod


Mao Is Alive and Well (& Living in Kathmandu)

The Nepalese Experiment with Maoism hits gridloc

by Gordon Campbell


Letter from America : Christmas in New York

Santa’s Sleigh makes its way to the U.S. of A.

by James Robinson


Classics : The Incredible Journey (1961)

About the bond between animals and humans….

by Gordon Campbell


Milestone Movies : The Best of 2010

Art – and reality are always a construct

by Brannavan Gnanalingham


From The Hood : Mustn’t Grumble

Lyndon Hood looks back at 2010 and feels reasonably satisfied

by Lyndon Hood


The Complicatist : How To Dress Well

Memory and desire – plus, the best of 2010

by Gordon Campbell


Cartoon Alley: Barnsey Malone

Barnsey Malone (11) lives in Newtown, she normally does her drawings on whiteboard and rubs them out.

by Barnsey Malone


Cartoon Alley

Reviews, commentary and comics from local artists

by Werewolf


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