Werewolf Express

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Trinie Dalton is also the editor of the zines [[Touch Of Class]] and [[Rodentia]], and has contributed to zines such as [[Jouissance]].  
Trinie Dalton is also the editor of the zines [[Touch Of Class]] and [[Rodentia]], and has contributed to zines such as [[Jouissance]].  
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Revision as of 07:46, 4 November 2007

Werewolf Express is a one-shot zine edited and designed by Trinie Dalton, and published in Los Angeles.

Werewolf Express is a cut and paste zine that runs to 88 pages. It's an anthology, bringing together the work of a number of writers, artists and musicians, all focussing on werewolves. The zine features werewolf art, facts, fiction, lore, poetry, symbolism, as well as contemporary werewolves.

The contributors to the zine are David Altmejd, Sue de Beer, Matt Green, Folkert de Jong, Marnie Weber, Adam Putman, Sammy Harkham, Sean Dungan, Benjamin Weissman, Lorenzo de los Angeles, Jesse Bansford, Dennis Cooper, Francvine Speigal, David Hammo, Kevin Killian, Greg Dalton, Molly Dove Keough, John Kleckmer, Anna Sew Hoy, Dodie Bellamy, Nick Lowe, and Thadeus and Flannery Strode.

Werewolf Express was featured in the 2005 exhibition The Zine Unbound: Kults, Werewolves and Sarcastic Hippies.

Trinie Dalton is also the editor of the zines Touch Of Class and Rodentia, and has contributed to zines such as Jouissance.

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