Author: Angela Quinton

Angela Quinton is a writer, designer and web developer from Canada. She's also a colossal werewolf nerd who wrote her first werewolf story on her mom's typewriter at age 11. When not writing code or geeking out over werewolf stuff, Angela runs trails, spots trains, and throws rocks at the Pacific Ocean. She lives near Vancouver, Canada, with their lovely and tolerant wife, three feline malcontents and an increasingly terrible dachshund.

by on Feb. 6, 2019 at 8:49pm

A trailer for the upcoming first season of the TV series “What We Do in the Shadows” – based on the film of the same name – depicts all manner of goofy vampiric carnage, and a little werewolf action, too.

by on Feb. 1, 2019 at 11:07am

Silicone monster makers Immortal Masks have five (5!!!) different werewolf-style masks available for purchase. Let’s take a look at the sculpture for the aptly-named Werewolf mask.

by on Jan. 24, 2019 at 9:25am

This morning I noticed that one of the most popular posts on this site is, oddly, about a poem. That got me thinking about werewolves in verse, which sent me back to a poem by acclaimed writer, teacher and essayist Margaret Atwood, whose work you may have most recently seen adapted on Hulu. Update On Werewolves […]

by on Jan. 18, 2019 at 4:37pm

Showcasing the fabrication of a meticulously hand-crafted werewolf figurine created by sculptor and painter Imge Celepci

by on Nov. 23, 2018 at 2:32pm

Happy Wolfenoot / Friday! It’s been a busy week, so here, like a furry oasis for your eyes, is a very good werewolf image. The artist is HoOman Raad, a 3D character / creature artist from Iran, and the werewolf is a creation of pure mathematics, containing over 33,000 polygons, including 23,000 for the hair alone. Here is […]

by on Nov. 21, 2018 at 5:00pm

This Friday kicks off a holiday weekend, and I’m not talking about American Thanksgiving, although you can certainly celebrate that too – your roasted bird will work for both events. I’m talking about Wolfenoot, the wolf-centric holiday invented just a few months ago by a 7-year-old in New Zealand. “My son has invented a holiday […]

by on Nov. 18, 2018 at 11:33am

Sometimes when you’re feeling under the weather, it’s nice to indulge in that classic trio of self-care staples we all know and love: chicken soup, a blanket on the couch, and watching time lapse videos of people painting werewolves. Here’s a time lapse video by UK artist Kirisute Silvermane, who wrote to me with some […]

by on Nov. 17, 2018 at 9:25pm

She calls herself a mask and costume maker, but with all due respect to her astonishing mastery of craft, I’m going to refer to Briana Barber (aka Magpiebones) as a supernatural shapeshifter, because her latest personal project has transformed her into an utterly believable werewolf. This werewolf costume, created over several years as a lycanthropic labour of […]

by on Nov. 16, 2018 at 1:31pm

Hi, werewolf pals! My 2012 short story “The Librarian” is now available as an e-book. For $2, you can read about Alexis LaPierre, a murderous werewolf who tries hard to be a good person, and succeeds… for a while. Reformed werewolf Alexis LaPierre is doing her best to make a normal life for herself. She […]

by on Nov. 16, 2018 at 9:21am

When I posted about crowdsourced werewolf movie Bonehill Road last year, I had the usual mix of high hopes and low expectations. Now it’s out, and according to Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB reviews it’s… actually pretty good! To be fair, most of the positive reviews are from people who were hoping for low-budget indie schlock […]