Welcome to The Vampire in the Library!

The Count, circa. 1779
A bust of The Count as he appeared in 1779.


If you would like to read a luncheon address dealing with a new approach to Archetypes, with wide applications for both film theory and contemporary literature, read: "Re-Vamping Bram Stoker's Dracula"
Go to the Earl Lee Faculty Author Page

This is the cover design for Drakulya.

DRAKULYA book cover

If you would like to read a series of recent reviews of Drakulya : the Lost Journal of Mircea Drakulya, Lord of the Undead, go to: Reviews of DRAKULYA

If you would like to look at a bibliography of articles on Censorship and Libraries, Freethought and the Religious Right, Libraries and Automation, or other Civil Liberties issues, go to: Articles

To read about Kathy DeGrave's new book Swindler, Spy, Rebel: The Confidence Woman in 19th Century America, go to: Kathy De Grave Faculty Author page.

For another interesting site, go to Seesharp Press

Thanks for your interest!


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Earl Lee (ewayne@pittstate.edu)
Leonard H. Axe Library
(1605 South Joplin)
Pittsburg State University
Pittsburg, KS 66762-5889