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8 edition of Vampire haiku found in the catalog.

Vampire haiku

Ryan Mecum

Vampire haiku

by Ryan Mecum

  • 142 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by HOW Books in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Haiku -- Humor,
  • Vampires -- Humor

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRyan Mecum.
    GenreHumor
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN6231.H28 M427 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23165746M
    ISBN 109781600617720
    LC Control Number2009008167
    OCLC/WorldCa299713801

      Vampire Haiku is author Ryan Mecum’s response to the widespread vampire fetish that pervades pop culture these days. The second book in Mecum’s Horror Haiku series, Vampire Haiku is a follow-up to Mecum’s popular Zombie Haiku, which was released by How Books in July Upon reading the page haiku story I was pleasantly surprised to discover that Vampire Haiku provides .   Like Zombie Haiku, Vampire Haiku is written entirely in a series of haiku (that’s a three line poem, with syllables per line), but tells an overall story. This novel is the poetic journal of a man named William Butten, a translatlantic passenger on the good ship Mayflower in

      12 Exclusive Interview with Vampire Haiku’s Ryan Mecum. Ryan Mecum is the delightfully wicked poet responsible for mixing poetry and monsters in his books Zombie Haiku, Werewolf Haiku and Vampire Haiku!Ryan was awesome enough to let me interview him a second time (first time HERE) on his incredible book Vampire it out. If Not for the Cat: Haiku by Jack Prelutsky and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

    Exclusive Interview with Vampire Haiku’s Ryan Mecum. Ryan Mecum is the delightfully wicked poet responsible for mixing poetry and monsters in his books Zombie Haiku, Werewolf Haiku and Vampire Haiku! Ryan was awesome enough to let me interview him a second time (first time HERE) on his incredible book Vampire Haiku. Vampires Hidden Among Coleridge’s ‘Christabel?’ Published in is a lovely, yet haunting, poem titled Christabel. Written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Christabel tells the tale of one young maiden attacked by another maiden, and it’s told in a lavish Gothic style.


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Ryan Mecum is the author of the adorably disgusting Horror Haiku series that includes Zombie Haiku, Vampire Haiku, Werewolf Haiku, and Dawn Of Vampire haiku book Haiku.

He can be found on Twitter at @MecumHaiku. He lives in Cincinnati, OH, and is constantly thinking in a haiku syllable structure.4/5(13).

Vampire Haiku is a poetry journal written by a vampire whose life spans for centuries, starting during the birth of America. The undead poet was turned into a vampire hundreds of years ago and has lived Vampire haiku book (and possibly caused) some of America’s defining events/5.

The first book in The Vampire Haiku Chronicles, experience the fusion of Japanese and Hispanic folklore in an epic urban fantasy that begins in the rich Latinx culture of South Texas, parlays into the alluring history of Cajun/African-American New Orleans, and finishes /5(16).

Ryan Mecum is the author of the adorably disgusting Horror Haiku series that includes Zombie Haiku, Vampire Haiku, Werewolf Haiku, and Dawn Of Zombie Haiku.

He can be found on Twitter at @MecumHaiku. He lives in Cincinnati, OH, and is constantly thinking in a haiku syllable structure/5(7).

Vampire Haiku Book-Vampires do have a sense of humor, however morbid it may be. With all the Vampire craze going down in pop culture, it's nice to see. Book 2 of "The Vampire Haiku Chronicles" follows one young vampire's desire to solidify her father's legacy, but must confront the challenges of her generation - arrogance, naivete, and impatience - and deal with the consequences.5/5(3).

Vampire Haiku is a fun little book which should appeal to fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer or haiku. Give it a miss if you're squeamish about blood.

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Not quite as good as Vampire Haiku (same author), but a really good book nonetheless. flag 1 like Like see review Tracy rated it really liked it/5. Thank God for Vampire Haiku. This book, by Ryan Mecum, is the second in his series of haiku books with a monster theme, and since Halloween is just around the corner, we thought a review of some scary haiku books was in order.

Mecum’s first title is Zombie Haiku, but it was so intense and frightening that I could hardly look at it. Best Young Adult Vampire Books. Vampire books that can be found in the young adult section. Make sure that they are great books!:) Score. A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

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Vampire Haiku Ryan Mecum This book was interesting in that it contained the history of this vampire named William Butten and it included several references to historical events and famous people.

From a relationship with Emily Dickenson to killing James Dean, the book only makes sense to people who know their facts and figures.

What horror haiku book would you enjoy reading next. I've got a Vampire Haiku book coming out this summer that I think turned out really well. I'd like to write more. I'm leaning toward pitching a possible Werewolf Haiku, but I also have a story I enjoy for a Sasquatch Haiku.

This could also take place in the Himalayas and could be a Yeti Haiku. Vampire haiku: It’s like man-titty haiku with sharper nipples. I have dragged author Jennifer Rardin over to this here site, probably kicking and screaming but it’s virtual so maybe she’s got a big flamethrower aimed at me or something, in order to announce a really kickass contest.

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Cincinnati, OH: HOW Books, ISBN: Genre: Poetry Subgenre: vampires, horror, humor, Gothic Format: paperback Source: I bought this (on clearance) from Half Price Books This is a poetry narrative that combines horror and : A. Rivera. Haiku of the Vampire: Book 1 of The Vampire Haiku Chronicles eBook: Soto, Arakaki: : Kindle Store/5(10).

Ryan Mecum's Vampire Haiku mixes humor and poetry in diary form for vampire William Butten, who was turned in He falls in love with a beautiful woman on the Mayflower named Katherine, who turned him into a vampire.

Soon he's parted from his love to roam America on his own and make his own friends/5(3). The first book in The Vampire Haiku Chronicles, experience the fusion of Japanese and Hispanic folklore in an epic urban fantasy that begins in the rich Latinx culture of South Texas, parlays into the alluring history of Cajun/African-American New Orleans, and finishes /5(2).Vampire Haiku is Ryan Mecum's follow up to the hugely successful Zombie Haiku.

As with his previous collection, Mecum again follows his protagonist through the infection and change into a monster, meting out the story in short bursts of seventeen syllables.4/5.Vampire haiku. [Ryan Mecum] -- A collection of tongue-in-cheek poems purportedly written by a man turned into a vampire aboard the Mayflower.

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