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.

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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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