Bloodbond May 2018

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Bloodbond is published in May and November and contains stories of vampires, werewolves, and shapeshifters, delicately seasoned with poems, art, and articles. More

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Review by: Eamonn Murphy on Aug. 5, 2018 :
‘Bloodbond’ is a quarterly magazine from Alban Lake Publishing that features stories about vampires, werewolves and shapeshifters, though only vampires seem to feature in this issue.
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Bloodbond May 2018 (e-magazine review)
July 26, 2018 | By EamonnMurphy | 1 Reply
‘Bloodbond’ is a quarterly magazine from Alban Lake Publishing that features stories about vampires, werewolves and shapeshifters, though only vampires seem to feature in this issue.



‘The Blood, The Guts, And The Dirt’ by J.G. Formato is set in a future where there’s a Ruling Class and a Working Class. Faun, as they call her, is the ambitious girlfriend of the ruling chancellor’s son. It opens with them feeding off a donor and proceeds as a dynastic/political story. The premise of ‘Bloodbond’ seems to be that vampires can be put in many different settings. They are no longer lonely, aristocratic outsiders mugging people in dark alleys or seducing maidens. But that was such fun!

‘Side Effects: In Conversation With Senator Scott O’Connor’ by Allison Epstein. O’Connor is the Illinois representative to the American Hemovoric Senate and chairs the Energy Committee. He’s also a vampire and everyone knows. Agora Magazine sends Leah Goldstein, the narrator, to interview him. The story is mostly in the form of a transcript and the charm of the vampire as he dominates the hapless reporter is well conveyed.
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