Was a priest responsible for writing the preface to the “sex and violence” version of “Dracula”? A World Dracula Day special.
The First Author to Adapt Dracula? An Exclusive Report
Identified only as “A-e,” the identity of the first author to adapt “Dracula” may have been uncovered.
New Book Unearths Vampires in New Orleans
Review of Marita Woywod Crandle’s “New Orleans Vampires: History and Legend” (2017).
“Love, Blood, and Botanical Science”: Aspasía S. Bissas’ Stake in Vampire Romance
Review of Aspasía S. Bissas’ “Love Lies Bleeding” (2017).
“An Unusual Walk Through Vampire Lore”: The First Book in Dea Schofield’s Vitaortus Series
Review of Dea Schofield’s “Vitaortus: Book One” (2013).
Rebel Vampires Wrap Up: The End of Rosemary A Johns’ Trilogy
Review of the third instalment in Rosemary A Johns’ Rebel Vampires series, “Blood Renegades” (2017).
This Is the Drug: Thomas Emson’s Take on Vampires
Review of Thomas Emson’s “Skarlet” (2009).
Suitable for Plush Toys? The Lempire’s Prequel
Review of David Williams’ “Lempire: The Begginning!” (2017).
World Dracula Day EXCLUSIVE: Earliest American Serialisation of Dracula—Found!
Hans Corneel de Roos uncovered what may be the earliest American serialisation of “Dracula,” pre-dating previous assumptions by months.
Great Start to a Series: Nancy Kilpatrick’s Latest Vampire Novel
Review of Nancy Kilpatrick’s “Revenge of the Vampir King” (2017).