Dracula Daily: Get the Classic Novel Dracula Delivered to Your Email Inbox, in Small Chunks

On Substack, starting on May 3 and ending on November 7, Studio Kirkland is running a project called Daily Dracula, where you can get Dracula delivered to your email inbox, in small chunks. They write:

Bram Stoker’s Dracula is an epistolary novel – it’s made up of letters, diaries, telegrams, newspaper clippings – and every part of it has a date. The whole story happens between May 3 and November 10. So: Dracula Daily will post a newsletter each day that something happens to the characters, in the same timeline that it happens to them.

Sign up here.

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  • Bonnie Bogovich says:

    Oh neat, its like.. the book/text version of the Dracula Radioplay Experience audio drama series my team did years back, we released each episode (in chunks) on the day based on what happened in the book on that day!

    108 episodes in total. Some are really short (there might only be one small diary entry that day) and some are over 2 hours long (ie days Dracula was busy tormenting multiple journal-keepers in the story!)

    ps: we rebroadcast it on itunes etc starting the first day things happen in the book, which means… we’re off to the races again this month:)

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