* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 25, August 2011 * * * * *


Does The Turin Horse make the case for slow cinema?

Love isn’t the only disaster worth singing about
Sisters in strife: Slutwalk and the hijab protests

feature

Train Wreck at Kiwirail

Behind the job losses at Hillside and Woburn…

by Gordon Campbell

studentmedia

Losing Student Media

Tracing one likely effect of voluntary student membership

by Sarah Robson

slutwalk

Slutwalk and Hijab

An interview Professor Leila Ahmed of Harvard Divinity School

by Gordon Campbell

turin

Why The Long Face ?

Bela Tarr’s The Turin Horse, and the controversy about slow cinema

by Philip Matthews

coasting

Left Coasting: Robbin’ the Hood

California’s latest attempt to escape from its low tax / no revenue straightjacket

by Rosalea Barker

lyndon

From the Hood: Sestina SIStina Barcelona

The art of spying, dying and versifying

by Lyndon Hood

comp

The Complicatist: Love and Mining Disasters

The Complicatist : Love and Mining Disasters

by Gordon Campbell

classic

Literature of Resistance, as Literal Resistance

The Seven-Author Novel Seaton Point

by Mark P. Williams

Graveyard Book

Classics : The Graveyard Book (2009)

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

 

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