Volume 1: THE GATHERING In this next installment of talking about wolves, I got to chat with Tom and Nimue Brown, the co-creators of the Hopeless, Maine graphic novel series. Tom Brown is also the illustrator for The Crows, and there are three of Tom's original illustrations in the eBook version and five in the… Continue reading Let's Talk About Wolves #4: Hopeless, Maine
What did the werewolf represent? Who could become one? How did the werewolf reflect social anxieties in cinema? #silentcinema #werewolf #MondayBlogsClub
Author Kara Jorgensen has her own thoughts about werewolves and has used them in her most recent novel, Kinship and Kindness, available to pre-order, released on 1st July 2020. Kara Jorgensen is a queer, anachronistic oddball with a penchant for all things antiquated, morbid, or just plain strange. While in college, she realised she no longer… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Wolves #3 : Kinship and Kindness
Look at the soft, succulent flesh on that, Canis whispered, wheedling now, all warm-blooded and fattened up ripe and tender, you'll still taste the vodka in the meat, in her warm, fragrant blood - - oh god, Meredith thought, creeping closer until the scent of Tina's subtle perfume filled her nostrils, Fresh blood pulsing into my mouth, over… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Wolves #2: Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?