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Fall solstice celebrations, Oktoberfest at St. John the Evangelist and more Lawrence events

Lawrence Journal World 22 Sep 2023
Friday. • Visitors to the KU campus can drop by the Memorial Union, 1301 Jayhawk Blvd., at 12.30 p.m ... The featured book, Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” is available in e-book and audiobook formats; stop by the library at 707 Vermont St. or visit for more information and details on upcoming free events related to the book ... Sunday.

Horror Is Topic Of Online Event Through Vernon Area Library

Journal Online Chicago 14 Sep 2023
His recent release “Don’t Fear the Reaper” is the sequel to his Bram Stoker Award–winning novel, “My Heart Is a Chainsaw.” ... Association, Bram Stoker Awards, three Shirley Jackson Awards, six This is Horror Awards, and the 2023 American Indian Festival of Words Writers Award.

Alan Nolan on resurrecting Bram Stoker & Molly Malone for his new kids' book

RTE 21 Aug 2023
At the tender age of eleven (my age, not hers) a mischievous Gigg gave me a battered copy of Dracula and I instantly became obsessed with Bram Stoker, reading every book by him and about him that I could find in Dundrum Library, and regularly bussing it out to Clontarf to stare ...

Sarasota County Libraries revving up new Pop-Up Library mobile service

Sarasota Herald-Tribune 21 Aug 2023
Gaiman is the author of “The Sandman” comic series now on Netflix, “Good Omens” (written with Terry Pratchett and adapted into a series on Amazon), and “The Ocean at the End of the Lane.” He is the recipient of multiple awards, including the Eisner, Bram Stoker, Hugo, Nebula, and Locus awards.

‘The Last Voyage of the Demeter’ delivers on its premise

Log Cabin Democrat 19 Aug 2023
... of “Escape Room”) and Zak Olkewicz (writer of “Bullet Train” and “Fear Street 1978”) based on “The Captain’s Log,” a chapter from the 1897 novel Dracula by Bram Stoker ... Bram Stoker’s famous 19th century novel “Dracula” is one of the top 10 most adapted books for films ever made.

Pastor Bo: Books are the ultimate brain food

Chatanooga Times Free Press 19 Aug 2023
Several times through the years, I have been asked, "What books do you recommend that I read?" And the question is one that makes me happy since it means that someone already understands how important it is to read ... I also love "Dracula" by Bram Stoker, the Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien, and the Chronicles of Narnia books by C.S.

Vlad the Impaler, the terrifying ruler and inspiration behind Dracula, may have cried actual tears ...

Business Insider 18 Aug 2023
A statue of Vlad the Impaler shown next a letter written by him in 1457 ... David Greedy/Getty Images; Pittalà MGG ... Pittalá et al ... The myth of "Dracula" as a vampire was only introduced in 1897 by Irish writer Bram Stoker in his gothic horror book "Dracula." ... Stoker was the first to popularise this concept by making the Impaler a blood-sucking monster.

The Weston Column: 'The Last Voyage of the Demeter' -- a literary horror review

The Daily Independent - Ridgecrest 16 Aug 2023
The film is based on the novel "Dracula" by Bram Stoker. But -- unlike most Dracula movies -- not on the entire book ... How would a vampire travel from point a to point b in the days before airplanes? Well, if you were Dracula during the 1890s, you would book passage for a bunch of boxes of earth (i.e.

'Last Voyage of the Demeter': Biggest changes from the Dracula book to movie (Spoilers!)

USA Today 12 Aug 2023
Set sail on the Dracula boat in "The Last Voyage of the Demeter," which is very different from Bram Stoker's 1897 book. Here are all the big changes.        ... .

Study suggests Vlad the Impaler suffered from hemolacria “crying tears of blood”

Heritage Daily 11 Aug 2023
According to the 1972 book “In Search of Dracula”, Bram Stoker (the author of “Dracula”), based the blood sucking vampire on Vlad III. However, this was always contested by Stoker’s son, Irving Stoke, who claimed that the creation of Dracula was due to a nightmarish dream his father had after eating dressed crab ... According to the researchers.

‘The Last Voyage of the Demeter’ Review: A Dracula Movie To Give You Nightmares

New York Observer 11 Aug 2023
Until now ... And so begins The Last Voyage of the Demeter, a longer dramatization of a brief chapter in Bram Stoker’s classic vampire novel, Dracula. It took up only a few pages in the 1897 book and no more than a single scene in the 1931 film with Bela Lugosi, but now we can see what really happened on that fatal voyage from Transylvania to London ... .

Narcan, rare books and citizenship: How L.A.’s chief librarian is meeting the city’s needs

The Los Angeles Times 09 Aug 2023
“How often does this get requested?” said Szabo, who calculates the future in centimeters and paragraphs and recently read a book about how U.S ... He loved bound books and his father, who endlessly read Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” would drop his son off at the base library at night before he went out bowling.

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The Daily Independent - Ashland 03 Aug 2023
Keisling’s books include “Scanlines,” “The Final Reconciliation,” “The Monochrome Trilogy” and “Devil’s Creek,” a 2020 Bram Stoker Award finalist for Superior Achievement in a Novel.

Summer Geek Reading List

Salt Lake City Weekly 26 Jul 2023
The Devil Takes You Home by Gabino Iglesias (Mulholland Books). This horror noir swept up a Bram Stoker Award and a Shirley Jackson Award for Best Novel, which is already saying something about its quality and readability ... I am the current president of that organization.) Come see him speak and get a book signed.

A ‘literary beer’ is the latest creation from a Maine brewery

Bangor Daily News 25 Jul 2023
Orono Brewing Company will release a beer themed to author Daniel Kraus’ new book, “Whalefall.” Credit ... Kraus is best known for his popular 2011 and 2012 young adult novels, “Rotters” and “Scowler,” the former of which won multiple awards and was a finalist for a Bram Stoker Award for horror fiction.

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