Both Dracula and Vlad The III are legendary, reminding us of worldy horrors. They make us look at history with careful eyes, scared of what will unveil. But most of all, they conquer our imagination and our reality. Vampires reflect our desire for comfort, for love, for knowledge. But ultimately, the vampire denies us after teasing, sucking its victim dry.
How should literature and film depict WWII? What are the problems writers encounter when depicting The Holocaust, The Blitz, Hitler Youth, And Pearl Harbor?
A personal essay about Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
Many writers have poor ideas on writing women in historical fiction. Here’s what they get wrong about women, and history.
The decision whether you should do a history degree is big. Here’s some advice (from a history major!) that’ll help you find out whether a history degree is right for you.
Want to write historical fiction? This guide will help you!
Many complain that medieval fantasy is overdone and cliche. But is that true? We will take a careful look at medieval fantasy books.