KAJA FRANCK is currently undertaking her PhD at the University of Hertfordshire. She is exploring language, subjectivity and the human/ animal in the representation of the literary werewolf. Officially, this means she spends most of her time at the British Library; unofficially this means she watches anything that contains a werewolf and calls it research. Her other interests are vampires, the Gothic, and constructing the perfect fish-finger sandwich.
KAJA FRANCK says writers have long used children's innate ability for violence to develop horrifying fiction
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KAJA FRANCK reviews Written in Blood: A Cultural History of the British Vampire by Paul Adams
KAJA FRANCKS reviews The Spooky Isles' first book, Dracula's Midnight Snacks