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Dark Angels: Lesbian Vampire Stories

book      fiction

  • Dark Angels: Lesbian Vampire Stories
  • Editor: Pam Keesey
  • Publisher: Cleis Press
  • Year: 1995
  • Country: US
  • 145 pages
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This collection of erotic tales contains original and previously published fiction. Classics such as 'The Vampire' by Cora Linn Daniels, an early 20th-century American folklorist and occultist, and 'The Bloody Countess' by Alejandra Pizarnik, who retells the story of the Hungarian Countess who is believed to have killed hundreds of young girls in order to preserve her own youth.

Qvamp says:

A follow-up collection to Pam's first collection Daughters of Darkness: Lesbian Vampire Stories. Also one of the most popular lesbian vampire collections around.

This collection features many types of women who love women, including some traditional women, some dykes, a punk gal and others. It even includes a story titled 'The Countess Visconti' which is taken from a vampire novel Sardia, a Story of Love written in the 1800s.

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By: Z ( monster887@aol.com )
Overall Rating: C+     Queer vampire Rating: D    

A good read for a thirteen-year-old straight boy. But for the rest of us there is not much emotional detail.


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