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    Doris V. Sutherland

    Horror historian, animation addict and tubular transdudette. Catch me on Twitter @dorvsutherland, or view my blog at dorisvsutherland.wordpress.com. If you like my writing enough to fling money my way, then please visit patreon.com/dorvsutherland.

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  • Dracula’s Forgotten Sister: Florence Marryat and The Blood of the Vampire

    Dracula’s Forgotten Sister: Florence Marryat and The Blood of the Vampire0

    Vampire fiction was crystallised in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Subsequent generations of writers in the genre have had to define their works only in relation to this novel, whether they were adhering to its example or departing from it. But if we go back in time, we see a different story, or rather, different stories. While

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  • 2018 Dragon Awards: Big-Name Winners and Little Controversy

    2018 Dragon Awards: Big-Name Winners and Little Controversy2

    One of the attractions at this year’s Dragon Con was the third iteration of the annual Dragon Awards, presented on Sunday to another fifteen works of science fiction and fantasy across a range of media. Unlike Worldcon’s Hugo Awards—where voters require a paid membership—or juried prizes such as the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the Dragons

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  • 2018 Hugo Awards Celebrate Apocalypse, Robotics and Social Satire

    2018 Hugo Awards Celebrate Apocalypse, Robotics and Social Satire0

    The Hugo Awards have been and gone once again. Another years’ worth of science fiction and fantasy has been mulled over by Worldcon’s voting base, and another batch of the prized shiny rockets have been presented to the creators deemed most deserving For the third year in a row, Best Novel went to an instalment of N.

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  • 2018 Hugo Reviews: Novellas and Novels

    2018 Hugo Reviews: Novellas and Novels0

    With the short stories and novelettes discussed in the previous post, Bookmarked’s coverage of the 2018 Hugo Awards finalists draws to a close with the remainder of the main four prose categories: Best Novella and Best Novel.

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