A monster story is rarely about the monster. Sometimes the story puts people in crazy situations in which they are challenged to confront and question long held beliefs. Other times the monster is a metaphor; a device used to critique or highlight a social ill or prevailing societal morals. Maybe too the werewolf is the author's expression of the stresses or observations in their daily life.
I don't mean to debase the intrinsic scariness of such monsters. A character trying to run from a werewolf is one unlucky and scared fellow. There doesn't have to be much hidden meaning in that. Fear is part of the human condition.
I hope that as the stories in Lycos Anthropos unfurl you can find maybe a pinch of fear coupled with a good dash of extra meaning for you.