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'''DrunkenWerewolf Magazine''' was formed by previous and current writers of teh [[zine]]s [[Bored Youth]], [[Wears The Trousers]] and [[Bizarre Prostitute]], all of whom follow the desire to promote genuine talent in the musical world; consequently it focuses on new and influential artists who, for one reason or another, do not get widespread attention in the published press.
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'''DrunkenWerewolf Magazine''' was formed by previous and current writers of the [[zine]]s [[Bored Youth]], [[Wears The Trousers]] and [[Bizarre Prostitute]], all of whom follow the desire to promote genuine talent in the musical world; consequently it focuses on new and influential artists who, for one reason or another, do not get widespread attention in the published press.
Although the journalists are their own person, and therefore justifiably support different genres, the content leans towards folk and acoustic. The magazine primarily covers musicians, but also features and reviews comedians, plays, fiction and art work; its continuous running theme is the celebration of innovative, progressive and experimental ideas.
Although the journalists are their own person, and therefore justifiably support different genres, the content leans towards folk and acoustic. The magazine primarily covers musicians, but also features and reviews comedians, plays, fiction and art work; its continuous running theme is the celebration of innovative, progressive and experimental ideas.

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DrunkenWerewolf Magazine was formed by previous and current writers of the zines Bored Youth, Wears The Trousers and Bizarre Prostitute, all of whom follow the desire to promote genuine talent in the musical world; consequently it focuses on new and influential artists who, for one reason or another, do not get widespread attention in the published press.

Although the journalists are their own person, and therefore justifiably support different genres, the content leans towards folk and acoustic. The magazine primarily covers musicians, but also features and reviews comedians, plays, fiction and art work; its continuous running theme is the celebration of innovative, progressive and experimental ideas.

Although based in Bristol, UK, the contributing writers can be found across the globe; notably in Sydney, Toronto, Phoenix City, Los Angeles, Helsinki, Berlin, Paris and Dublin.

The zine is edited and run by Tiffany Daniels.

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