Review of Dacre Stoker and J. D. Barker’s “Dracul” (2018).
The International Dracula Conference is just around the corner. Will you dare to go?
Many historical candidates have been suggested as influences on the creation of Abraham Van Helsing. Here’s our case for the most plausible. A World Dracula Day exclusive.
Was a priest responsible for writing the preface to the “sex and violence” version of “Dracula”? A World Dracula Day special.
Identified only as “A-e,” the identity of the first author to adapt “Dracula” may have been uncovered.
The Millennium Gate Museum is seeking funds for its Dracula exhibition in September.
Bram Stoker’s novel was published 120 years ago today. To celebrate, we’ve decided to share a few treats with you in this special World Dracula Day post.
Hans Corneel de Roos uncovered what may be the earliest American serialisation of “Dracula,” pre-dating previous assumptions by months.
To celebrate World Dracula Day (May 26), Erin Chapman talks about her experience at the Transylvanian Society of Dracula conference.
The author of “Dracula” made an appearance on history-bending TV show, “Houdini & Doyle.” Did the two famous writers really know each other?