A brief look into the old question: why do people gravitate towards vampire characters and the strong vampire perspective, in literature, and media?
In short, are we to believe every oddity that walks across our paths on the internet and claims to be a real vampire?
If there were science behind a thing that defies all scientific presumption, how would its physicality work?
What is the perfect balance to the hypothetical vampire? Where does the humanity need to forfeit for the monster, and vice versa?
A short homage to the queen of vampire literature.
In a world where vampire fiction is rampant, what makes true vampires tick? What makes readers yearn for more?
A conversational topic.
Ever been coerced into stage shivers at someone with dark make-up, piercings, and fangs? Tyra has.
Vampires are portrayed as highly sexualised beings, but, can this be so? If so, how, and why?
Anne Rice’s hidden organisation of psychics.
In response to those that hide in the anonymous shadows of the internet, trolling for a reaction.
The evolution of the vampire has been a journey from the monstrous, to the humane, to a fine amalgamation of the two, and back again, where readers demand (and are rewarded with) both monstrous, and compassionate vampires, each terrifying in their own right, and each highly compelling.