Vampires are back, baby! I've picked out eight queer vampire books for you to read to celebrate the vampire renaissance, including Court of the Vampire Queen by Katee Robert.
A lot has happened in the YA vampire genre since Twilight. Here are some of the new YA vampire books you need to read.
Let's talk blood-suckers and shape-shifters! A brief history of vampires and werewolves in mythology and literature from Ireland and the UK.
While vampires have been around for centuries, authors keep finding new ways to reinvent vampire tropes to keep the concept fresh.
People are once again discussing the series' impact after a dip in popularity during the mid-2010s. But why now, and who's driving it?
On INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE and a reader's lifelong journey through dark, weird, and sexy books — hopefully with an HEA.
What kind of batty bloodsuckers will come knocking on our chamber doors in the near future, and what shape will they take?
It's in a bloodsucker's nature to be dangerous, which begs the question: what kind of human befriends a vampire?
Why is the vampire myth so popular? Whatever the answer, vampires are here to stay, and we've got some YA vampire books for fans.
What would a comics anthology following the progression of vampire lore from the ancient world to modern takes look like? Find out here.