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Let Us Explore Where Vampires May Be Found

Writing poetry, perhaps? (Photo by “CharmedBroom” on Wikimedia Commons)

Listen to them—the children of the night. / What music they make!”
– From Bram Stoker’s Dracula

James Dorr writes short fiction and poetry leaning toward dark fantasy and horror, with his latest book a novel-in-stories, Tombs: A Chronicle of Latter-Day Times of Earth.

Today, he will read on the subject of vampires and things vampiric from his all-poetry collection Vamps (A Retrospective), which is available from White Cat Publications or Alban Lake Publishing). More information can also be found on James’ blog.

James reads “Why She Started Writing Poetry,” “California Vamp,” and “Chagrin du Vampire.”

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