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Vampire Information Exchange

Vampire Information Exchange

Vampire interest group founded by Eric Held and Dorothy Nixon in 1978. In 1979 they began a newsletter which Held has continued over the years as Nixon moved on to other interests. Held has also published an annual Calendar of Vampire Events and a bibliography of vampire books for its members. For information on membership, write to Eric Held, Dir., P.O. Box 290328, Brooklyn, NY 11229-0328.

Sources:

Held, Eric. The Vampire Bibliography of Fiction and Nonfiction. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Vampire Information Exchange, 1992.

. 1993 Calendar of Vampire Events. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Vampire Information Exchange, 1992.

Melton, J. Gordon. The Vampire Book: An Encyclopedia of the Undead. 2nd edition. Detroit: Gale Research, 1999.

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