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Poetry, satire, interviews/chats, book reviews, and other entertaining stuff.
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If an article lacks "date added" information, then I added it before I started keeping track of when things were added. In musical terms, it'd be a "golden oldie", I suppose. lol.
Funky AIM Conversation. Ooh, I'm an illegal vampire and the big, bad Head Vampires (whom nobody's ever heard of) and their Stray Vampire Roundup Units are coming to get me! (Help, help...or...something.) Whatever. (Added: 1 August, 2002)
Honest Igor's Used Vampire Dealership, by Bill Thompson. (Reprinted with permission from the author.) Stop by and get the lowdown on the latest Vampire makes and models. (Added: 2 December, 1998)
"How You Can Find Out If You Are NOT A Vampire!" Find out if you're NOT a vampire! The parody of all vampire tests, by an anonymous member of the vampiric community. (Added: 20 April, 2000)
Naked After Dark: Interview with Lady CG. Deacon Grey presents an interview showcasing the many sides of Lady CG. From calm, collected business woman to no-nonsense gardener and top vampiric forum owner. (Added: 30 August, 2007)
On Learning and Vampiric Nature, by Ascian. A vampire's self-discovery and road to understanding based on personal experiences. (Added: 15 April, 2005)
The Supremest High Vampire Council in the Whole World! Transcript from an evening of insanity in #Sanguinarius. Sanguinarius is now the High Supreme Vampire Council Grand Regent, and her Supreme Vampire Council can kick your Supreme Vampire Council's ass (because she gives out color-coded capes and silver fangs to all her loyal minions)! (Added: 8 December, 2007)
Undead Technical Support Hotline (author unknown). And you thought *your* job was weird? If Sangi had a toll-free hotline, this is probably what she'd be dealing with. A little fang-in-cheek humor. (Added: 2 April, 2003)
The Vampire Purity Test. Sarah Dorrance brings you a rather fang-in-cheek test designed to gauge how "infected" you are by vampire subculture. -- There's a purity test for everything else, now it's time for us to have one for vampires. Why not? (Added: 25 July, 2002)
#Vampireinn Log. The night we all invaded an RPG channel on dal.net. (Added: 13 April, 2004)
Vampires Today: The Truth About Modern Vampirism, by Joseph Laycock (Press Release). Just what it says: a press release for Joseph Laycock's excellent book on real vampires, vampirism, and the community; with clickable links for ordering if desired. (Added: 13 August, 2011)
The Awakening, by Shiki Miyagi. A vampire poem. (Added: 26 August, 2011)
The Bond, a vampiric poem by Crimson^Angel. (Added: 14 February, 2002)
Communion. A poem by Sarah Dorrance. A vampire's perspective upon receiving the Eucharist after many years of avoiding church like the plague. (Added: 13 October, 2002)
Getting It Together. A poem by Sanguinarius about working together. (Added: 15 October, 2001)
One Vampire's Prayer, by Sanguinarius (with Sarasvati's wonderful artistic touch). Something I originally posted on the Vampiric Community Message Board, which inspired Sarasvati to get creative with it; I'm sure you'll find the result aesthetically pleasing as well as meditative.
To Feed, a vampiric poem by Kris Davis.
We Aren't Mediaeval Folklore. A vampire poem by Sanguinarius. (Added: 16 October, 2001)
Anita Blake Series Review. K.T.B. reviews the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton. (Added: 19 November, 2004)
Initiation Into the Vampiric Arts Review. Marion du Coudray Papillon gives us a review of this intriguing book by the Vampire Regeneration Movement; also includes commentary from Sanguinarius. (Added: 18 August, 2009)
Piercing the Darkness Review. Cathy Krusberg, the mad Bibliographer, reviews Katherine Ramsland's Piercing the Darkness: Undercover with Vampires in America Today. (Added: 19 September, 1999)
The Psychic Vampire Codex: A Preliminary Review. Sarah Dorrance-Minch's review of Michelle Belanger's Psychic Vampire Codex. (Added: 28 February, 2005)
Eerie America TV Series
Eerie America could very well be called The Fodors Travel Guidebook for The Addams Family. I read some in-depth information about the show and saw the promo, and from what I can tell, this will be an absolutely AWESOME series if they can get it off the ground. (I'm actually praying they will.) Let others know and see who can help. This is something that should happen! Let's pull together and make it so!
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