Vampyr is a popular online literary magazine that has been around since 2011.
The magazine is about to enter its sixth year of publication, and it has an unusual set of editors.
For the first time, the magazine is set to feature a woman in the lead of the role of the book keeper.
The magazine, which has had an unusual line-up of authors, is scheduled to publish a new issue on October 22, 2018.
The book keeper, a black woman in her 20s, will be one of the main characters in the magazine.
Vampire Diaries creator Julie Plec has said that the book will be “a unique collaboration” and that she wants to tell a story about how the internet has impacted the lives of readers.
The book keeper will be part of a series of writers and editors in the series that will include authors like Angela Robinson and Amy Wallace, who wrote a book about their experience as trans people.
Plec told The Hollywood Reporter, “She’s a young woman, she’s a woman, and I wanted her to tell her story, but also to tell it from the point of view of a man who knows that this is something he’s going to have to live with for a long time.”
Plec also said the book would be a “very unique collaboration.”
“We’re going to be very, very different from any other publishing that I’ve ever worked on, and so the idea of this being a story of women of color telling their stories has never been really on my radar,” Plec said.
Plek is known for her long-running HBO series “The Vampire Diapers” and her other HBO series, including “Westworld,” which was nominated for a Golden Globe.
She is also a television writer, producer, and director.