The Night Library of Sternendach: A Vampire Opera in Verse

In starry Sternendach, as long as
The vampire Graf has ruled this land
The Heller clan, with weapons strong as
Their wills, have killed his kindred and
Been killed in turn. The two sides nearly
Destroyed themselves. The Graf saw clearly
The need to make the killing cease,
And forced a pact to keep the peace.
The youngest of the Heller faction
Is Kunigunde. Trained to fight
It never suited her aright.
She can’t deny her soul’s attraction
For books and poetry, and for
The Graf, who gave her these and more.

My first novella, written (almost) entirely in Pushkin sonnets.
Inspired and influenced by Eugene Onegin, Verdi operas, and Revolutionary Girl Utena, it is now available wherever you buy books!

Ask for it at your local independent bookstore,
Lanternfish Press,

Money tight? Sternendach is available at 100+ libraries across the US.
Not in yours? Request they acquire a copy!

To hear me read the prologue, click here!

Sternendach has gotten some pretty amazing reviews. Check them out!
Publisher’s Weekly
Gavin Gardiner Horror
From the Desk of Nikolas Glass

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Sternendach won the 2021 Lord Ruthven Award for Fiction! Check out this neat trophy!

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