I have a couple of posts coming up that talk about different aspects of my trip to Transylvania for the International Vampire Film and Arts Festival (IVFAF). For now, please to enjoy the PowerPoint of the paper I presented for the academic conference. I’ll be submitting the full paper for publication.
Title: Canines: A Supposed Crimes Anthology
Authors: Kaden Shay, A. M. Hawke, Jennifer Loring, Christopher Michael Carter, Landon Dixon, Lela E. Buis
Date of Publication: September 1, 2016
ISBN: 9781944591038 (ebook)
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Category: Gay Erotica, Lesbian, Paranormal, Historical
On Sale: Available FREE at the Supposed Crimes Website and Smashwords. More shops coming soon.
This vampire anthology by Supposed Crimes features six tales of bloodlust, violence, and vanity with LGBT protagonists, men seeking men, women loving women, and more.
“A Late Night Snack” by Kaden Shay – The narrator gets more than bargained for pursuing a beautiful woman at a club.
“Courting the Flame” by A. M. Hawke – A man wants to become a vampire at all cost.
“This World or the Next” by Jennifer Loring – He longs to free the vampyre on display at the circus.
“The Diary of Anne Salt” by Christopher Michael Carter – She’s drawn to the woman on the subway, but is unprepared for un-worldly revelations.
“Vamp-Hire” by Landon Dixon – He’s a PI that will work for vampire sex.
“The Dress” by Lela E. Buis – She wants to be beautiful, but she might not be willing to trade her life.
A.M. Hawke lives in the Washington, DC area, where she works as a peer mentor and advocate for people with disabilities. She has a Master’s degree in philosophy from Georgetown University, but has always returned to her passion for writing. Though a philosopher by training, she would rather inflict complicated questions on her characters than lecture about them. When not writing, she can be found gaming, seeking out new restaurants to try, or drinking ridiculous coffee. She can be emailed at email@example.com and found on Blogspot at amhawke.blogspot.com.
Christopher Michael Carter was born on May 3rd, 1984 in St. Louis, Missouri. His poetry can be found in Gun Control for Polar Bears. Find him online at Twitter: @CMC5384 – as well as his blog site beavertownproductions.blogspot.com.
Kaden Shay is a 30-something crazy-cat-lady in-the-making who currently resides in Arizona with her partner and miniature zoo, which does currently include 4 cats. When she isn’t writing or playing mom to several fur-kids she’s singing, playing guitar, or playing online video games. Her furry family, currently consisting of two dogs, four cats, and several rodents, is always available to help her procrastinate in finishing projects.
Jennifer Loring’s short fiction has appeared in numerous magazines, webzines, and anthologies, including Crystal Lake Publishing’s Tales from the Lake vol. 1 and Black Mirror Press’ Snowpocalypse. She has also published a novella, Conduits (DarkFuse, 2014), and three novels, Those of My Kind (Omnium Gatherum, 2015), Firebird (Limitless Publishing, 2015), and What’s Left of Me (Limitless Publishing, 2016). She lives in Philadelphia, PA with her husband, their turtle, and two basset hounds.
Landon Dixon’s writing credits include the magazines Men, Freshmen, , Mandate, Torso, and Honcho; stories in the anthologies Straight? Volume 2, Friction 7, Working Stiff, Sex by the Book, I Like It Like That, Boys Caught In The Act, Service With A Smile, Nerdvana, Homo Thugs, Black Fire, Boy Fun, Who’s Your Daddy?, The Sweeter the Juice, Big Holiday Packages, Brief Encounters, Hot Daddies, Hot Jocks, Uniforms Unzipped, Black Dungeon Masters, Wild Boys, Bad Boys, Mob Men, Boys in Bed, Daddy Knows Best, Lust in Time, Pay For Play, Pledges, Rookies, Steambath, Latin Lovers, Drill Me Sergeant, Ultimate Gay Erotica 2005, 2007, and 2008, and Best Gay Erotica 2009; and the short story collections Hot Tales of Gay Lust 1, 2, and 3.
Lela E. Buis has been publishing prose and poetry in magazines and anthologies for a number of years and is a member of the Knoxville Writer’s Guild, the SFWA, and SFPA. Some years back, one of her stories finished as a quarter-finalist in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Contest. She’s recently had four collections of short stories and poetry published by That Ridge press.