So this week’s episode of The FrankenPod, features an interview that I (Morgan) recorded with Alix Roberts who has written an amazing thesis on Vampiric women, which I had not read at the time of recording but that I have since read and it is goddamn amazing. Unfortunately, the audio is pretty shoddy. Totally my fault and I’m going to extend the invitation to Alix for her to come on the show again so you can hear how wonderful she is without the clicks and hisses of an angry National Broadband Network.
I have changed the way I do interviews now so hopefully, this will
NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN
Alix’s Podcasts: Chasing Tale and Bloody Ripper
She by H. Rider Haggard can be found on the book depository
Ligeia by Edgar Allan Poe can be found on Project Gutenberg in Volume 3 of the works of Poe
Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu can be found on Project Gutenberg
The Blood of The Vampire by Florence Marryat can be found on book depository
No big long blog posts for me at the moment because between my literature and communications courses uni is really kicking my butt right now. I will write more when I get the chance.
Thank you for listening or reading or how ever it is that you interact with us.
Image By No 1 Army Film & Photographic Unit, Chetwyn (Sgt) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons