Michael S. Walker is a writer living in Columbus, Ohio. He is the author of the vampire novel "The Vampire Henry" a literary horror novel in which he basically imagines the writer Charles Bukowski as a vampire. Here is a synopsis of his novel, "The Vampire Henry":
Sick of vampires who glitter? Who run around in the sun, looking all hunky and moody? Then meet Henry Lovell - the Vampire Henry. Nothing glamorous about Henry. He's a working-class stiff (no pun intended) and aspiring writer who just happens to drink blood to survive. He may or may not be immortal, but he knows one thing - life is Short baby, so drink up. . . This then is the tale of the Vampire Henry. It is a story like a lot of other stories really: full of messy mistakes, heroes and villains, survivors and victims - blood, sweat, and tears. Oh yeah. . . There's a Lot of blood. . .
If you would like to come into the studio, and talk to Michael, the number is 319-527-6099. And today is Free-for-all-friday...if there is a story that we talked about this past week and you want to touch on it again, or you have something you want to get off your chest, call in and join us.