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The Wolves Are Running!

The excitement is mounting as the Company of Wolves conference approaches! Today Kaja Franck, OGOM Researcher, has been interviewed by BBC News and by BBC Radio 4 about the conference. 9 more words


"Werewolves, not Swearwolves" - A Lycanthropic sequel to 'What We Do In The Shadows'

Fingers crossed there’s going to be a sequel to Jermaine Clement’s and Taiki Waititi’s vampiric mockumentary What We Do In The Shadows (2014). And one which concentrates on its break-out stars, the Werewolf Pack. 149 more words


Inside the Bloody Chamber : A Preview

One of the great highlights of the Company of Wolves conference in September is going to be Sir Christopher Frayling’s keynote talk on Angela Carter which coincides with the publication of his new book  504 more words

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On the Trail of the Big Bad Wolf

If you find yourself in the north this week try to see ‘Neck of the Woods’, a new play by Turner prizewinner Douglas Gordon based on Perrault’s fairytale. 46 more words

Fairy Tales

Company of Wolves: Conference Programme

The provisional programme for the Company of Wolves conference is now up on this website: select ‘Conference Programme‘ from the ‘Company of Wolves’ menu (or click on the link). 29 more words


kargraham reblogged this on Telling Tales and commented:

The programme for the Company of Wolves conference has been announced. This will be my first conference after I've submitted my thesis and OGOM was also the first conference I did as a PhD student at Aberdeen, so an extra special one.

Literature Monday: The Bloody Chamber, Angela Carter

When I first entered the Canadian school system, it was through Seneca College’s Liberal Arts program, which was a gateway to continuing education at Uni. It was thanks to that program that I entered the University of Toronto prepared for what the university experience was in Canada; having gone through the sciences in the Philippines for my first degree, switching over to the arts AND being in a new school system was inevitably going to be jarring. 277 more words

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