Review of ‘Rules for Werewolves’ by Kirk Lynn

This is a very exciting and promising review from The Guardian for Kirk Lynn’s Rules for Werewolves (2015). It shows the increasing variation in presentations of lycanthropy and the overlaps between weres and feral children. Definitely one to get your teeth into over the festive period.

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One Response to Review of ‘Rules for Werewolves’ by Kirk Lynn

  1. William the Bloody says:

    It looks great–seems to have all the themes of culture/nature, sociality, and agency that interest me about this genre and that were explored so excitingly at the Company of Wolves conference

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