Vampyre Magazine launches new issue with exclusive interviews with Lost Boys G musical composer Tom Mac and American Horror Story actress Naomi Grossman
Issue # 8 has a Guide to Salem highlighting all the must-visit Vampy & Witchy places including VampFangs & Vampyre House. Bonus Q&A included with Alexis Pherae, cover model and owner of VampFangs and House Vampyre in Salem. Inside are exclusive interviews with the American horror story actress; Naomi Grossman, legendary musician who wrote Cry Little Sister on the Lost Boys soundtrack; G Tom Mac and Australian Vampyre artists Avelina De Moray & Lady Vamp. Issue 7 featured exclusive interviews with the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer; James Marsters, Juliet Landau and Nicholas Brendon, as well as interviews with Jason Charles Miller of Godhead (whose music was featured in the 2002 film Queen of the Damned), Joseph D’Angeli; Batman & Bat conservation expert from New Jersey and Jonny Coffin, (owner of Coffin Cases and Vampira brands).
Vampyre Magazine was founded by Father Sebastiaan (Impresario of the Endless Night Vampire Ball) at the end of the 90s. The first 3 issues sold over 25,000 copies, before being relaunched in 2021, the fourth issue being released on March 21. Vampyre Magazine is currently published 7 times a year on a bi-monthly schedule. We are an inclusive publication with a diverse staff that showcases a wide range of talents that match our audience. Vampyre Magazine features articles, interviews, and reviews that cover a wide range of interests and icons from Vampire POP culture, literature, movies, and mythology. .