A Morbid Fascination was the latest chapbook in the series, released in October 2010:
"A Morbid Fascination" by Series Editor Tom English
(1824) "The Adventure of the German Student" by Washington Irving (the FIRST vampire tale by an American writer.);
(1827-28) "The Skeleton Count" by Elizabeth Grey (FIRST published vampire tale written by a woman!);
(1830) "Blood Brothers" by Sir Walter Scott (a cool Norse legend that ties into vampirism);
(1833) "The Vampire Bride" by Henry Liddell (This long poem was the basis for Tim Burton's animated filmThe Corpse Bride.)
Cover art by Allen Koszowski.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Thursday, July 8, 2010
I'm at work on another volume in the series, A Morbid Fascination, which will feature material from the early 1800s and an AK cover. I hope to have it done by mid-summer. That's the plan, at any rate.