Anna S. Oppenhagen-Petrescu
Department of Sanguinary History
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A Handbook for the Educated Vampire
In October 2005, the prestigious University of Csejthe Press will release Anna S. Oppenhagen-Petrescu's long-awaited work, Exsanguinations: A Handbook for the Educated Vampire. This much-discussed volume will contain a distillation of 25 years of research into the Origins, Customs, History, and Literature of the Vampire Community. It will serve both as a primer for the Newly Converted and a convenient desk reference for the experienced Dark Academic. Never before has such a variety of scholarly work been brought together in one place, and readers can look forward to a truly definitive delineation of the Vampire Culture in Dr. Petrescu's trademark simple, elegant prose.
With an introduction by Ambrose K. Mosshammer.
Preliminary Praise for Exsanguinations
Petrescu has done it! This text will stand for many cycles of Conversion hence. There can be no finer manual for the Vampiric existence than this lovely volume, no more concise and sensitive expression of the postmodern fiend.
Dare I call this the Vampiric Bible? I think I must, for no more inclusive and profound a book has yet been produced in the Community.
Look for Exsanguinations at fine purveyors of Demonic Texts throughout Europe and America in 2005. Anna will grant a reading of the chapter Interlude: The Short but Innovative Career of Elizabeth Bathory at The Conference in Lodz, Poland, July 2005.
© 2004–2007 Anna S. Oppenhagen-Petrescu, Catherynne M. Valente