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  • Karen has had a rich career, adapting screen plays by authors such as Anne Rice, has written bestselling historical fiction novels (Stealing Athena, Leonardo's Swans) as well as influential biographies of important historical figures (Kleopatra, Pharaoh) If you have questions or suggestions for topics that you'd like me to touch on when interviewing Karen please feel free to click comment and share them or email me directly if you'd rather do it privately.

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  • Cassie Clare went to see the Lestat musical and shares Anne Rice's bio from the program: The bio of an artist such as Anne Rice b. 1941 can only be truly understood in the context of the author’s personal testimony—her vast body of work.

    Sunday Hangovers

  • Contour/Getty Images Anne Rice takes on werewolves in her latest novel, featuring a handsome Bay Area reporter who turns into a wolf man.

    The Vampire Queen's New Monster

  • "The Wolf Gift" is vintage Anne Rice—it's a lushly written, gothic, violent, gory, metaphysical tale.

    The Vampire Queen's New Monster

  • But when I go into something, I go in to do what I would do with it and give it the Anne Rice treatment.

    The Vampire Queen's New Monster

  • Anne Rice stories before it, the world is kind of burnt out on the whole sexy vampire thing.

    Dave Scheidt: Sexy Mummies Are the New Sexy Vampires

  • Regarding the rumors that Anne Rice, author of Interview with the Vampire, might co-write an episode, co-exec producer Mark Goffman tells TV Guide Magazine that the writing staff is very excited about the prospect.

    White Collar Stars Reveal Their Dream Storylines

  • Readers will get their answers, as well - mostly unsurprising ones, if they're familiar with the novels of Stephenie Meyer, Anne Rice and Kelley Armstrong.

    Books: 'A Discovery of Witches' by Deborah Harkness, reviewed by Elizabeth Hand

  • Jane Eyre, is, after all, a gothic horror story, maybe not in the mold of a Stephen King or Anne Rice work, but hauntingly edgy for its time, especially for one written by a young, unmarried woman.

    Stephanie Green: Finally, the Real Jane Eyre Stands Up

  • A Rush of Wings joins the vampire romanticism of Anne Rice with the brutal intrigue of Silence of the Lambs.

    Etched in Bone

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