* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 24, June 2011 * * * * *

Is Neil Gaiman a safe outlet for parental anxiety?

Would Frank Gehry have made Te Papa memorable
Are you talking to me? (Again.)


The case for corporate reform

An interview with business analyst Rod Oram

by Gordon Campbell


Living With the Cost of Prolonging Life

The health system is facing some important life and death decisions

by Cushla McKinney


Opening the floodgates to tax fraud

Is the most significant change in property law in decades slipping through Parliament virtually unnoticed

by Alastair Thompson


Cartoon Alley : Tintin in Wellywood

In anticipation of Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of Unicorn due December 2011

by Tim Bollinger

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Frank Gehry and the Lost Vision for Te Papa

An interview with Wellington architect Ian Athfield about the other design for our national museum

by Gordon Campbell

Sarah Palin At Bus Tour Launch

Letter from America : Sarah, Forever

Outrage at Sarah Palin is gasoline to a forest fire….

by James Robinson

Driver shades

Taxi Driver at 35

In the 1970s, New York (and Martin Scorsese) were a lot sleazier and scarier…

by Philip Matthews

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Farming’s Big Day Out

At Mystery Creek, agri-business comes out to play…

by Sarah Robson


From the Hood : The Antipodean Nights’ Entertainments

Like 1001 nights in the Caliphate of Key…

by Lyndon Hood

Graveyard Book

Classics : The Graveyard Book (2009)

Neil Gaiman’s brand of horror lite is aimed at parents, as much as kids

by Gordon Campbell

SC Native

Left Coasting : Doing the Charleston

In which our correspondent shares a multimedia experience of Charleston, South Carolina

by Rosalea Barker


Milestone Movies : Nanook of the North (1922)

The birth of documentaries as real life fictions…

by Brannavan Gnanalingam


The Complicatist : Thinking About Modest Mouse

Desperation has its funnier moments

by Gordon Campbell


Talking Sport : Stanley Cup Fever

On and off the field

by James Robinson


Cartoon Alley : Manifestos for the Present

Grasping the ‘Contemporary’ in Contemporary Fiction

by Mark P. Williams


Cartoon Alley : Tim Bollinger (Including Little Eye)

Tim Bollinger is a Wellington cartoonist with a thirty-year career drawing and writing comics.

by Tim Bollinger

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Cartoon Alley : Mat Tait & Mike Brown

Mat Tait is a South Island based cartoonist and illustrator. Mike Brown lives in Wellington and is currently writing a PhD thesis on New Zealand vernacular musics.

by Mike Brown & Mat Tait


Cartoon Alley : Brent Willis

Brent Willis currently lives in Lyall Bay, Wellington and has been making underground self-published comics since the mid 1990s.

by Brent Willis

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* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 23, May 2011 * * * * *

The April 2011 Edition of Werewolf

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