- “Why We’ve Been Offline: Welcome to the New, Improved Vamped!” You may have noticed a few changes to the site if you’ve been following us before May 1, 2016.
- “A Virgin’s View on Dracula (1897) by Bram Stoker.” Before this assignment, Erin Chapman had never read Dracula (gasp!). Click the link to find out what she thought of it.
- “Wish-Fulfillment? The First Installment of Rebecca Bradford’s Verge Trilogy.” Andy Boylan reviews Rebecca Bradford’s Verge: Book One (2016).
- “Bloody Nonsense: How Two Scholars Pulled Off the Great Dracula Swindle.” In commemoration of World Dracula Day, Hans Corneel de Roos critiques the work of Raymond T. McNally and Radu Florescu in what turned out to be one of Vamped’s most controversial articles.
- “Got Blood? What Self-Identified Vampires Get from Raw Steaks.” It turns out the stuff self-identified “vampires” use as substitutes isn’t what they think it is, as Erin Chapman reveals.
- “Monthly Digest: April 2016.” A book review and a trip to Texas! Slim pickin’s that month!
Most Popular Post of the Month
- “6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Buy an ‘Antique’ Vampire Killing Kit” (Oct. 31, 2014). Does this still surprise you?