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Infinite Vampires?

Perhaps for the next installment of Infinite Summer, we should switch ghouls and rename this blog infinitevampires. Bah, instead of doing that, I’ve just mixed up the theme a bit, which I suppose will be kind of weird for any stragglers who come to old posts and see the Dracula theme. If it’s too hard on the eyes, I can switch back to something with less contrast, but for now, this gets me in the spirit (ahem). (Update: I got tired of the red and black theme, so I’m back to something a little easier on the eyes.)

As I think I mentioned in another post, I do plan to read Dracula, but I don’t imagine I’ll be quite so thorough in my reading or as prolific in my blogging as I was for Infinite Jest. So I’m inviting contributors who do plan to read it to blog the read here. If you’re game, either leave me a comment here (complete with valid email address) or email me at my first name at learnhouston.com. If you plan to blog it elsewhere, please also feel free to leave a comment, and maybe I’ll add you to the blogroll once you get going.

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  1. September 25, 2009 at 2:09 pm

    Ahh, much improved. I’d hoped a day or two would move you away from the red & black (not that I don’t appreciate what that represents, anarcho-communistically speaking). Look forward to more!

  2. October 1, 2009 at 4:15 pm

    Would love to be a part. I’m also reading “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” and this http://www.amazon.com/Demons-Dracula-Creation-Modern-Vampire/dp/1861894031 which is proving to be a great companion to Stoker’s work.

    Let me know. Thanks.

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