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September 25 2006

From Bram to Buffy: Dracula, and Other Vampires I've Known. There will be a discussion of vampires in popular culture--including, as the title suggests, Buffy--at the Nordonia Hills library in the Akron, Ohio area on October 5.

7:00 PM From Bram to Buffy: Dracula, and Other Vampires I've Known
Contact: Nordonia Hills Branch 330.467.8595
An Evening with Mark Dawidziak
Author, actor, and "Plain Dealer" writer Mark Dawidziak relates the expansive role of the vampire in popular culture, literature, movies, and more throughout the past 100+ years.

Featuring a wide selection of vampire literature, and some scary movie props, this is the perfect way to start your Halloween season.

From Stoker, Matheson, King, Rice, and Brite, to Lugosi, Lee, and Langella, Mark your calendar - IN RED!

Sign-up is suggested for this popular speaker.

Location: Nordonia Hills

Here is a report of a talk which presents a tongue in cheek classification of vampires from different fantasy traditions at the 2003 British Easter National SF Convention.

Note: "very very old fusion" should be "very very cold fusion" and "He" refers to the Helium it produces.
Very, very cute.
But - bad English and Irish accents? I thought Spike was considered very convincing.
A bit unfair on Spike certainly but it was an ad lib.

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