You can’t kill me, I’m already dead: A Vampire Anthology

You can’t kill me, I’m already dead: A Vampire Anthology “You can’t kill me, I’m already dead: A vampire anthology” presents the chronicles behind modern vampires and provides a chronological tour through vampire literature. Vampires have long captured the imaginations of famous writers, who wrote novels, stories, poems, and plays about the creatures of the night.Contributions from: T. Fox Dunham, Norman A. Rubin, Denny E. Marshall, Gregg Chamberlain, James Hartley, Rebecca L. Brown, David North-Martino, Eric J. Guignard, Kenneth Whitfield, Joseph A. Pinto, Tyson West, Joseph J. Patchen, D.J. Currivean, Mark Slade, Elise Thomas, Steven Deman, Jay Wilburn, Nikki Vogel, and Alan Russo.

“You can’t kill me, I’m already dead: A vampire anthology” 298 pages. ISBN: 978-1-4811-7062-8 $14.95 plus shipping and handling (Print) $7.99 (ebook).

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19 Comments

  1. Judging by the title, does this mean the vampire can’t be destroyed/killed, or this that too literal an interpertation of the the title?
    Thanks

    • Tim,
      The vampire can be destroyed, I thought it sound like good title. LOL!

      • Thanks the reply….it is a great title.

  2. Just vampires in the story or did you want zombies too?

    • For “You can’t kill me, I’m already dead: A Vampire Anthology” are Vampire stories. You can have zombies in them, but the (good guy or bad guy) main character must be a Vampire.

  3. I have a vampire story with a serial killer and an alien vampire. Is this something you think might fit in this anthology?

  4. I have a vampire short story about a struggling actor living in Venice Beach, CA turned into a vampire. It is b/t 400-500 words. Would you be willing to review it?

    • Jason, I’m sorry, but 400 to 500 is too small of a story for our publications.

      • Thanks for the quick reply. Mucho appreciated!
        Jason

  5. Will you be considering reprints?

  6. It’s a no go if the story is like 3,100-ish words, is it?
    BTW, I do still have next week, right?

    • 3,100 is a bit too big, but we’d take a look at it. We currently have 19 stories excepted and I’d be willing to read on more.

      • Let me try to rework it a bit so it’s below the 3,000 limit and I’ll send it tomorrow night, tops, is that okay?

  7. Is there a closing date for submissions?

  8. I just submitted a story for this anthology that was exactly 2,664 words long. Shortest story I’ve written that wasn’t for a flash anthology. 🙂

  9. Hi, are you still open to submissions?


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