Queer Vampyres

100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories

book      fiction

  • 100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories
  • Editor: Robert Weinberg
  • Publisher: Barnes and Noble Books
  • Year: 1995
  • Country: US
  • 588 pages
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In their efforts to wreak original variations on the vampire theme, the writers represented in this collection have imagined ingenious new means of vampire disposal, envisioned vampires interfacing with computers and piloting time machines, and even proposed more than a few reasons why people might want to be a vampire--or at least have one as a close friend.

Not that there aren't a few traditional vampires lurking between these covers.

Qvamp says:

This book has some fascinating takes on vampires. If you have not read a lot of vampire literature, this collection will help open up your mind to creatures beyond the stereotypical Dracula-type vampire.

There are a number of gay stories in this book, ranging from a gay vampire superhero, to a gay man dying of AIDS who overcomes the prejudice of a vampiress who is tired of life, to a female vampire that becomes obsessed with a woman more different than even she is, and even to a gay man who is slowly being killed by a new type of vampire who has mastered technology.

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Queer Vampire Rating A
Amount of Gay Content same-sex relationship

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