All About Margaret L. Carter
Margaret L. Carter specializes in vampires, having been marked for life by reading DRACULA at the age of twelve. She received degrees in English literature from the College of William and Mary, the University of Hawaii, and the University of California at Irvine (with a dissertation that included a chapter on DRACULA). Her vampire novel DARK CHANGELING won an Eppie Award in the horror category in 2000. Other creatures she writes about include werewolves, dragons, ghosts, and Lovecraftian entities with tentacles. In addition to her horror, fantasy, and paranormal romance fiction, she has had nonfiction books and articles published on vampires in literature. With her husband, retired Navy Captain Leslie Roy Carter, she has collaborated on a sword-and-sorcery trilogy, beginning with WILD SORCERESS. Her short stories have appeared in various anthologies and zines, including several of Marion Zimmer Bradley's Darkover and "Sword and Sorceress" volumes. Explore love among the monsters at Margaret's website, Carter's Crypt: http://www.margaretlcarter.com.