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Mirage: Speculating on Spec Fiction # 12 Classic Vampires and Warewolves W/ Varla Ventura

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In this episode, Varla Ventura and I revisit John William Polidori’s The Vampyre which we discussed in our Shelley interview. 

We touch on Le Morte Amoreuse or Clarimonde, Théophile Gautier
Bram Stoker 
and the classic writers of Werewolves stories: Sabine Baring Gould and Eugene Field.
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Varla Ventura doesn’t just have the best name in writing, she is also a scholar of the occult, paranormal, and dream theorist. Her favorite holiday is Halloween, and she has written six books with a seventh on the way, each about spooky stuff.
Varla Ventura’s website is: https://varlaventura.net
Follower her on twitter: @VarlaVentura Her facebook:
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Music on the episode courtesy of Anjulie :

That fat rat: fly away

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMg8KaMdDYo

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I am an army vet, husband, and father of twins, I am currently working on my next publication, a collection of military fiction, and next year will be publishing an apocalyptic science fiction novel. My urban noir novel, "Compounded Interest," can be purchased on Amazon. I host a podcast on creativity called Origin: Stories on Creativity and co-host the soon-to-be-released show on speculative fiction called Mirage with fantasy author R. Emma Hardcastle. My youtube channel is: https://www.youtube.com/user/frogger65 The Origin podcast feed is: http://bryanaiello.com/category/podcast/feed/ For updates on "Mirage" and future publications follow me on twitter: @bryaiello More of my short fiction can be found at: www.bryanaiello.com My amazon author page is: https://www.amazon.com/Bryan-Aiello/e/B06XX3HWCF/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1494265791&sr=8-1

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