Tranny-sylvania? Not quite.

 I have just discovered that my story ‘Dracula’s New Dress’ is now available as part of The Vampire Megapack ebook from Wildside Press.  You can grab a copy from here: http://www.wildsidepress.com/

It’s a spookily appropriate date for making such a discovery – Bram Stoker died 100 years ago today…

Anyway, here’s the list of contents – I’m just above the man himself.  Me and Bram, we’re like that.  Only $0.99 for all this on your Kindle-device-thingy. 

ʺMrs. Amworth,ʺ by E. F. Benson
ʺLost Epiphany,ʺ by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
ʺWeeping Willow,ʺ by T. A. Bradley
ʺThe Greater Thirst,ʺ by Marilyn “Mattie” Brahen
ʺClarimonde,ʺ by Theophile Gautier
ʺWaiting for the Hunger,” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
ʺKvetchula,ʺ by Darrell Schweitzer
ʺA Vampire,ʺ by Luigi Capuana
ʺOmega,ʺ by Jason Andrew
ʺAccommodation,ʺ by Michael R. Collings
ʺThe Art of the Smile,ʺ by John Gregory Betancourt
ʺRenfield’s Syndrome,ʺ by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
ʺThe Pimp,ʺ by Lawrence Watt-Evans
ʺRunaway,ʺ by Darrell Schweitzer
ʺSympathy for Vampires,ʺ by John Gregory Betancourt
ʺThe Secret of Kralitz,ʺ by Henry Kuttner
ʺThe Fourth Horseman,ʺ by Peter Darbyshire
ʺCravat of the Damned,ʺ by Zach Bartlett
ʺHelp Wanted,ʺ by Michael McCarty and Terrie Leigh Relf
ʺSiren Song,ʺ by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
ʺAn Authenticated Vampire Story,ʺ by Franz Hartmann
ʺDracula’s New Dress,ʺ by Ray Cluley
ʺDracula’s Guest,ʺ by Bram Stoker
ʺThe Bats,ʺ by David Anderson
ʺThe Room in the Tower,ʺ by E. F. Benson

So what about longer vampire fiction?  What’s the Vampire Novel of the Century?  Well, here’s a shortlist of contenders published since Stoker’s death: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2012/feb/10/vampire-novel-century

As for the winner, you can find out here: http://www.horror.org/blog/?p=2453

What are your thoughts on these decisions, or vampire fiction in general?

 

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3 Responses to Tranny-sylvania? Not quite.

  1. Pingback: As a matter of fact, I am a Vampire « manbehindthecurtain

  2. categardner says:

    Congrats, Ray

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