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Blood stream

Emily Carroll let creative intuition drive her new graphic novel, the erotic tale of a would-be vampire hunter BY LAURA KENINS

EMILY CARROLL’S body of work has enthralled all kinds of readers: horror fans, comic artists, and adolescents with a penchant for the creepy. She made her name with the 2010 horror webcomic His Face All Red and with her illustrations in two graphic novels aimed at younger readers: Marika McCoola’s Baba Yaga’s Assistant (Candlewick Press) and the adaptation of Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak (Farrar, Straus and Giroux).

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