October 13: Anne Rice

October 13: Anne Rice's "Interview with the Vampire" | Daily Literary Quotes @ Literary Cobblestones
October 13: Anne Rice’s “Interview with the Vampire” | Daily Literary Quotes @ Literary Cobblestones

Good Tuesday, Cobblers!

For the 13th day of our Gothic Literature Month, we celebrate the work of the Vampire-Lit Queen Anne Rice and her most famous piece, “Interview with a Vampire.” To find the most author-beneficial way to purchase this story, I suggest checking out Rice’s site: “Anne Rice Official Website.

Sadly, my usual researching methods only provided two relevant pieces that I wanted to feature. I will be tweaking these methods for my future features.

First up, we have a video interview with Rice from the Chicago Humanities Festival: “Anne Rice: Vampire Chronicler.”

Lastly, here’s a very short piece from Electric Literature featuring a quote from Anne Rice, as well as a short backstory of the conflict of ‘political correctness’ and freedom of expression within the literary world: “Anne Rice Claims ‘we are facing a new era of censorship, in the name of political correctness.’

We are almost to Hump Day, so read on and it’ll be Friday before you know it.


2 thoughts on “October 13: Anne Rice

    1. Welcome, Amanda!
      I always find it interesting when I like one piece of work from an author, but then I don’t like another piece from them. Especially since there are some authors whose work I love every piece, even if their writings fall into many different genres. I wonder if has everything to do with style, maybe the author tried something new, or if it’s the type of subject matter. What do you think?

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