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Call for Articles: Journal of Dracula Studies

Stoker-, Dracula-, and vampire-related articles sought for the Journal of Dracula Studies:

We invite manuscripts of scholarly articles (4000-6000 words) on any of the following: Bram Stoker, the novel Dracula, the historical Dracula, the vampire in folklore, fiction, film, popular culture, and related topics.

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Historiography of Dracula, novels and early Hollywood

I’ve been working on a novel that features vampires so I ended up doing quite a bit of research on depictions of the undead over the years. 962 more words

Movies

Awards for Burnt Tongues

I am proud to announce that the Burnt Tongues anthology, in which my short story Paper appears, not only won the 2014 This Is Horror award for Anthology of the Year… 15 more words

Writing News

February's Love Bites: BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (1992)

And now we come to what is probably the best-known horror love story: Dracula. Or is it Bram Stoker’s Dracula? Or maybe it’s Francis Ford Coppola’s BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA (depending on what you read, adding the author’s name to the title is either Coppola’s acknowledgement of the importance of the author, such as he did with Mario Puzo’s GODFATHER, or a necessity because Universal owned the rights to the more simple title DRACULA). 1,863 more words

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Dracula - the most infamous character feared by world

For ages, the mankind is torn between the two races  – the good and the evil. Human race sought solace in God and the evil race surrendered to dark forces – demons, vampires, witches and sorceress. 322 more words

2015 Classic Reading Challenge

Although 2015 has already passed (nearly) 2 months, I still want to share my personal target to read the globally acclaimed classic literature, both pre- and post- World War II which are compiled in… 151 more words

Classic

The Dead travel fast....

On the top of the tomb, seemingly driven through the solid marble — for the structure was composed of a few vast blocks of stone — was a great iron spike or stake. 188 more words

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