We’re very excited to announce we are verging on become a published author, well, an author of sorts.
We’re very pleased with the outcome and we are launching the book next week in Clerkenwell. ‘Dracula’s Midnight Snacks’ is half of the two-part follow up to Frankenstein Galvanized, published last year by Red Rattle Books. ‘Dracula’s Midnight Snacks’ accompanies Telegraph For Garlic which contains academic analysis of the novel, ‘Dracula’, by Bram Stoker.
Here’s what the back of Dracula’s Midnight Snacks says (which calls me a horror expect, no less!):
“Vampires tempt and terrify and the stories contained in ‘Dracula’s Midnight Snacks’ warn about horror but promise wicked delight. ‘Dracula’s Midnight Snacks’ is half of the two-part follow up to ‘Frankenstein Galvanized’, published last year by Red Rattle Books. ‘Dracula’s Midnight Snacks’ accompanies ‘Telegraph For Garlic’ which contains academic analysis of the novel, ‘Dracula’, by Bram Stoker. Horror expert, David Saunderson of ‘Spooky Isles’, invited vampire fans to submit stories for consideration. As well as tentative young Argentinean gentlemen heroes, we have porn stars and plastic surgeons in Los Angeles, cowboys and Comanche raiders, a vampire on disability benefit, a defiant feminist, black and white silent cinema, Victorian professional wrestling, an alienated sixties rock and roller and a nightmarish New York that almost overpowers our favourite anti-hero.”
I haven’t been able to read Telegraph for Garlic yet but it sounds fantastic. Telegraph For Garlic contains analysis of the Bram Stoker classic ‘Dracula’ by previously published French and English academics whose range represents the various strands of literary theory. It also includes revealing extracts from the novel and the Bram Stoker short story ‘Dracula’s Guest’
So if you love Dracula and vampires, there’s plenty to be excited about.