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LeFanu at 200!

August 28, 1814 saw the birth of Joseph Sheridan LeFanu, an Irish Protestant writer who (like Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker and George Bernard Shaw) became a popular author in England as well as abroad. He, however, became best known for an enigmatic vampire tale which in effected created a subgenre–Carmilla, the first lesbian vampire. While…

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Author Interview: Travis Ludke

Travis Ludke is the author of the Nightlife Series and part of the latest wave of Urban Fantasy vampire authors. He’s currently running a poll to help select his newest cover and I thought it would be cool to interview him. Hello everybody, Travis Luedke here. A lifelong fan of vampire films and novels, I…

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John Marks’ Fangland

Evangeline Harker thought she was going to land the opportunity of a lifetime. An assistant producer at The Hour, a news magazine show not unlike 60 Minutes, Evangeline is sent on assignment to Transylvania to meet with the mysterious Ion Torgu. Torgu, believed to be the most influential crime lord in Eastern Europe has made…

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Vampires Take Over New York City

Dr. Seward, a loyal subject of Dracula himself has shared his thoughts on running a vampire tour in the city that never sleeps and whether or not he believes if vampires truly exist. Let’s read what he has to say… In these rough economic times, how has your tour been affected for the good or…

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Madame Tussauds’ Immortalizes Twilight’s Robert Patterson

For those Twilight fans who are still mourning over the cancellation of this years TwiCon, Madame Tussauds’ has something for you that should be just as good. Madame Tussauds’, the world famous wax museum located in London England unveiled their newest waxwork yesterday, that of Twilight star Robert Patterson. The waxwork, estimated to have cost…

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“Vampire” Assailant Wanted in Attack on Cabbie

Somebody call Buffy! Police in New York City are looking for an armed robber that not only pulled a gun on a poor cabbie, but also ferociously bit him, sort of like a vampire… but not as cool. The nefarious suspect was reportedly picked up by a livery cab at Lexington Ave. and 130th street…

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An Interview with Author Denise Verrico

Author Denise Verrico was gracious enough to take the time out of her busy schedule to discuss all things vampires. More so, she spilled a bit about her book The Immortyl Revolution, and where she sees herself in 5 years! What are your career plans for the next 5 years? I want to keep improving…

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