NEWS FLASH: The Canadian Chapter is accepting American members!
The Transylvanian Society of Dracula, a non-profit, non-political world-wide group, is a historical-cultural organization with headquarters in Bucharest, Romania. It was founded in 1991, following the fall of Communism, to promote contacts between scholars in Romania and the West and to encourage Dracula tourism based on educational objectives.
The Canadian Chapter of the Transylvanian Society of Dracula was formed in July of 1995, following the first World Dracula Congress in Romania. It is open to all CANADIANS and AMERICANS (and residents of countries where there is no active chapter) who have a serious interest in the Dracula of fiction and/or history. We do not consider ourselves a "fan club" but rather a forum for scholarly interest in the subject.
The Canadian Chapter publishes a newsletter, The Borgo Post, four times a year, and an annual Journal. Members are also provided with a Membership Directory as well as access to the Chapter Library and materials in the research archive. The Chapter was co-organizer of "Dracula 97", a major convention held in Los Angeles in 1997, and participates fully in Dracula-related events and tours in Romania.
The annual membership fee is $30 ($40 for members outside Canada/U.S.) Fees are to be paid in either Canadian or U.S. currency.
For further information and an application form, please email Elizabeth Miller
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