Dacre Stoker is the great-grandnephew of Bram Stoker and co-author of Dracula: The Undead (Dutton, 2009) The Stoker family endorsed sequel to Dracula Dacre Stoker is also the co-editor with Eilzabeth Miller of The Lost Journal of Bram Stoker: The Lost Years (Robson Press 2012)
A Native of Montreal, Canada, Dacre taught physical education and sciences for 22 years and in both countries, the U.S. and Canada, he was both an athelete and a coach for the Modern Pentathelon at International and Olympic for Canada for 12 years.
Dacre Stoker's compelling and informative Keynote presentation, Stoker On Stoker: The Mysteries Behind The Writing of Dracula. Customized to appeal to university groups, Gothic scholars, vampire fans or history buffs, Stoker on Stoker has fascinated audiences around the world, exploring issues behind the mysteries that have baffled scholars and fans alike since the book's publication in 1897. Published with illustrated never-before-published, seldom seen historic images, Stoker On Stoker is a glimpse behind the scenes of the life and writing of one of the least known authors and one of the world's most famous books.
Dacre has been consulted and has appeared in recent film documentaries about vampires in Literature and Popular culture. He currently hosts tours in Transylvania to explore the life and times of Vladimir III, (Or Vlad Tepes) as well as the locations where Bram Stoker set his famous novel. He continues to lecture around the US and around the world and appears in Comic Cons as well. Check his page for more details!