***** Werewolf Issue 50, September 2014 *****

How this endangered young Kiwi found love, and a new home.

Why don’t we do better at protecting New Zealand girls from cervical cancer?

Why are men who desire Scarlett J. at serious risk of becoming snack food for aliens?


Loss Leaders

20 Reasons Why We Can’t Afford Another National Government

by Gordon Campbell


Parents In Denial

Why are young girls and women in this country being put at risk of cervical cancer?

by Gordon Campbell


Click Unhappy

The limitations of online activism…

by Stephen Hopgood

James Robinson

Mid-Pacific Man

A Kiwi journalist reflects on his migratory path to the US of A

by James Robinson


The Year of Scarlett

An alien Scarlett Johansson gets under your skin.

by Philip Matthews


From The Hood : Voting By The Good Book

As a dog returneth to his vomit, so a fool returneth double.

by Lyndon Hood


The Velvet Divorce: Bratislava 10; Prague 0

Checking out Slovakia, old and new…

by Rosalea Barker


Classics : Tales from Moominvalley ( 1962) by Tove Jansson

The Moomins, and their gift of tolerance

by Gordon Campbell


Travelling Light: Tips For Getting Around Eastern Europe

Rosalea’s modus travelloni…

by Rosalea Barker


The Complicatist : Sleater-Kinney & other stuff

Remembering the greatest band in the whole wide world

by Gordon Campbell


***** Werewolf Issue 49, July 2014 *****

The Late-July 2014 Edition of Werewolf

by Werewolf


Change Partners

An interview with Internet Party leader Laila Harre

by Gordon Campbell


Why Politicians Are Hated

Its election time, and an alien life form is once more among us, seeking our allegiance

by Gordon Campbell


Scotland The Maybe Not-So-Brave

Is the vote for independence destined to be yet another noble-but-doomed episode in Scottish history?

by Gordon Campbell


Scotland’s Vote : The View from Wales

Freedom for Scotland would be ‘a beacon for social justice’ throughout the UK

by Leanne Woods


Antenna Wars

In the Aereo case, the US Supreme Court uses copyright to protect the ancient business models of TV content providers

by Rosalea Barker


Welcome Back, Pluto

Science may be, should be, rethinking its decision to kick Pluto out of the planetary club

by Gordon Campbell


From The Lost Continent

Youth, art and radical politics in the Olivier Assayas film After May

by Philip Matthews


From The Hood : Carry On Captaining

Its lonely at the top, but the view is grand

by Lyndon Hood


Who Put the Buddha in Budapest?

Good times, beer bikes and historo-enlightenment in the heart of Hungary

by Rosalea Barker


The Complicatist : Blue Eyed & Soulful

From the Righteous Brothers to Yelawolf and beyond…

by Gordon Campbell