Contains the cultural history of the vampire; a historical timeline; addresses of vampire societies all over the world; a 55-page filmography; vampires in plays, opera, and ballet; a 13-page list of vampire novels; and an extensive index. The A to Z entries, each with a short bibliography, include vampire lore in more than 30 different geographic regions and a comprehensive 'who's who,' and cover topics ranging from fingernails to sexuality, the Camarilla to Szekelys.
The completely reVAMPed book has sections on homosexual vampires and lesbian vampires. Though it contains a number of inaccuracies, this is a great starting point.
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