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Is Neil Gaiman a safe outlet for parental anxiety?

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

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The case for corporate reform

An interview with business analyst Rod Oram

by Gordon Campbell

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Living With the Cost of Prolonging Life

The health system is facing some important life and death decisions

by Cushla McKinney

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Opening the floodgates to tax fraud

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

by Alastair Thompson

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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

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Letter from America : Sarah, Forever

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

by James Robinson

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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

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From the Hood : The Antipodean Nights’ Entertainments

Like 1001 nights in the Caliphate of Key…

by Lyndon Hood

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Classics : The Graveyard Book (2009)

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

by Gordon Campbell

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Left Coasting : Doing the Charleston

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

by Rosalea Barker

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Milestone Movies : Nanook of the North (1922)

The birth of documentaries as real life fictions…

by Brannavan Gnanalingam

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The Complicatist : Thinking About Modest Mouse

Desperation has its funnier moments

by Gordon Campbell

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Talking Sport : Stanley Cup Fever

On and off the field

by James Robinson

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Cartoon Alley : Manifestos for the Present

Grasping the ‘Contemporary’ in Contemporary Fiction

by Mark P. Williams

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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

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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

by Werewolf

 

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