- “An Ambitious Work: L. M. Labat’s Debut Vampire Novel.” Andy Boylan reviews L. M. Labat’s debut novel, The Sanguinarian Id (2016).
- “Travels to Whitby: My Search for Count Dracula’s Birth Certificate.” While writing his novel, Bram Stoker found Dracula in a Whitby library. Leonard Lee searches for the source of Stoker’s inspiration.
- “I Went to See a Short Serbian Vampire Film: Thoughts on The Cursed Days.” Erin Chapman talks about her attendance at 70% Dark, an event at the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival.
- “Monthly Digest: June 2016.” A review of A Girl Walks Alone at Night (2014) and Erin Chapman finds the “long-lost” editor of a vampirology journal!
Most Popular Post of the Month
- Anthony Hogg, “6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Buy an ‘Antique’ Vampire Killing Kit.” (Oct. 31, 2014). Briefly knocked off its perch by an article about Bela Lugosi’s vampire films, the kits return with a vengeance.