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In dreams she rides with the howling wind Her silver blade sweeps round Awake, tormented by the world Head splitting with each sound Her maids inept, such incompetence! In uselessness she’s drowned And only in hearing their tortured screams Can … Continue reading

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Countess Erzsébet Báthory, 1575, Venice and Vampires

This book changed my life. Or, to be clearer, writing Suzie and the Monsters changed my life, but there were two books that provided major inspiration. Katharina Katt’s A Female Vampire, a dark and erotic tale about a lonely bisexual … Continue reading

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The Bisexual Examiner

There’s an interesting post from 2009 at Examiner.com: A history of vampires and bisexuality: the real-life inspirations. I’ve read it before, but stumbled across it again today. The article makes a couple of questionable points. First about Erzsébet Báthory: Countess … Continue reading

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