The 2nd Bram Stoker Birthday Lecture and Symposium takes place at Whitby Museum, Whitby on 8 November 2013 (11am - 5.45pm). Prof. Sir Christopher Frayling will deliver the Bram Stoker Birthday Lecture, 'Mr Stoker's Holiday in Whitby', at 4.30pm. The Lecture is preceded by papers from 11am by David Pybus, Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society, on Stoker and Victorian Whitby; Dr Martin Arnold (University of Hull) on Celts, Goths and the Old North; Dr Catherine Wynne (University of Hull) on Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde and Egyptomania. Professor Martin Goodman (Professor of Creative Writing, University of Hull) will read from the manuscript of his new vampire novel. The True Book of the Vampires reveals aspects of ancient vampire lore hitherto unknown to humans. A lunch-time walk to St Mary's Churchyard is included (optional).
Tickets (full day): £15 (half-day from 2.30pm): £10
To book a place contact Dr Catherine Wynne (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 4 November.
Dr Catherine Wynne
Department of English
University of Hull
HU6 7RX Email: email@example.com
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