***** Werewolf Issue 51, November 2014 *****

Hey, Bob Dylan wants you to come down into the basement with him, again.

Should the state be trying to stop people from making choices that harm only themselves?

Is Gone Girl merely the latest of David Fincher’s chilly revenge fantasies?


Rethinking Labour

An interview with Bryan Gould

by Gordon Campbell

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Shaming The United Nations

The UN continues to dodge responsibility for bringing a killer disease to Haiti

by Gordon Campbell


For Your Own Good?

The freedom to pursue informed self-harm has a long and noble tradition…

by Eric Crampton

Black hand


Life and death in the US urban free-fire zone against young black males

by Richard McLachlan


Why Good Journalists Are So ‘Rude’

In defence of Morning Report’s bad manners

by Gordon Campbell


Gone Girl : The Trouble With Amy

In Gone Girl, David Fincher’s cold perfectionism makes black humour out of tabloid shocks- and may even complete a media-age revenge trilogy

by Philip Matthews


Fighting Against Fanaticism

The struggle of Kurdish women against Islamic State

by Necla Acik


From The Hood : Homeopathic Governance

Got a political problem? Add water, and look lively

by Lyndon Hood


Classics : Goodnight Moon (1947)

The life of Margaret Wise Brown

by Gordon Campbell


The Complicatist : Bob Dylan himself, and by others

Some Dylan obscurities and cover versions to mark the release of the expanded Basement Tapes…

by Gordon Campbell


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

The 2014 election edition of Werewolf

by Werewolf