Good Evening, my lovely deviants!
Tonight, we take a journey to the nocturnal side of a most exclusive sapphic sisterhood. The female vampire has been with us since the days of Lilith. But the lesbian vampire traces its' roots to J.S. Lefanu's Carmilla. Published in 1872, this tastefully written account of same sex attraction between a vampire and a young woman has become a mainstay of horror fiction.
You can take my word for it, as you listen to the episode. Afterwards, listen to the vampiric goodness as read by the beautifully-voiced Elizabeth Klett from Librivox.org
You can download a free copy of this public domain reading from Librivox.org and Archive.org
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As always, you can listen to the sexy vamp talk here, or on Archive.org
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Podcaster's Note: I originally intended to talk about the various film adaptations of Carmilla as well, but didn't get round to it in this week's episode. So, that'll be next week's topic. Also, due to space limitations on Podbean.com, I will post all future episodes to Archive.org. As always, you can listen to the episodes here, via the embedded player. I will also continue to make the links available to where you can download each week's episode for play on iPod, and other devices.
For those of you who may have subscribed via iTunes (the Podbean account) fret not. I will do a monthly round up of the best episodes to be posted there. ALL BACK EPISODES will be availabe on Archive.org
Also, make sure to check out some of my fiction at http://landofinsomnia.blogspot.com The latest piece speculates on what Jack The Ripper might have included on his iPod. A bit of "whistle while you rip."
This week's videos
The lovely Anna Calvi performs DESIRE
Vampire makeup tutorial from youtube favorite Michelle Phan
Next Week: Carmilla--films about and inspired by her.