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Werewolf Changes Shape – Into A Daily Destination!!

Werewolf Changes Shape – Into A Daily Destination!!

After six years as a monthly online magazine. Werewolf marks its evolution today into a daily, ever-changing forum for long-form journalism about politics, art and culture. From now on, Werewolf will include the Gordon Campbell political blog that used to be published separately, three times a week, on Scoop. John Quiggin, the leading Australian political commentator, economist and author will also be a regular contributor about events across the Tasman.

Richard McLachlan, a New Zealander based in New York will also be writing for Werewolf on a regular basis, about US politics and cultural events in the Big Apple. Closer to home, regular contributors such as satirist Lyndon Hood will continue to feature in the new Werewolf – which begins its new incarnation with a cover story on the looming Brexit referendum in Britain. As it picks up momentum, Werewolf will continue to welcome article contributions and story ideas from readers, budding writers and artists…

Visit the new Werewolf at: werewolf.co.nz

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