Synopses & Reviews
Long lost to the public in out-of-print pulp magazines, dusty Victorian anthologies, and the pages of now defunct newspapersthese vintage vampire stories have truly proved immortal. Resurrected now for the year 2011, this is a stunning collection of nineteenth-century vampire stories by heavyweights such as Sabine Baring-Gould and Bram Stoker. These rare stories are arranged in chronological order from 1846 to 1913 and are compiled by two of the worlds leading vampire anthologists and experts. Also included are rare images of Bram Stokers handwritten manuscript pages for Count Vampire (1890) courtesy of the Rosenbach Museum & Library in Philadelphia.
Rare vampire tales from the nineteenth century and beyond!
About the Author
Robert Eighteen-Bisang is an expert on vampire literature and is best-known as the owner of the world's largest collection of rare vampire books. He is the recipient of the Lord Ruthven Award for Bram Stoker's Notes for Dracula. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.Richard Dalby is a bestselling author and vampire expert. He lives in London, England.