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Three days ago, as I was taking copious notes on goblins, trying to investigate how far the myth went, and if it was older than the word itself, I heard a knock outside my study door.
I’ve been thinking about writing a vampire novel, but I want it to be different from anything out there. You see, what appeals to me about the vampire—what appeals to me about myth and folklore, really—is what people actually believed at one time.
Words are doorways to other worlds. Every single word carries not only a plethora of meanings but, also, the history of its speakers. Each word pushes the boundaries of experience to their very limits, sometimes even beyond them.
I’ve been wanting to read a good story about witches that was not a comedy nor modern for a long time.
I’ve been asked a number of times where I get my story ideas, and the best answer I can come up with is mythology.
– Werewolf Winter · A short story by Walter Lazo