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Bane is the author of “Encyclopedia of Demons in World Religions and Cultures,” “The Encyclopedia of Vampire Mythology,” “Encyclopedia of Fairies in World Folklore and Mythology,” “Actual Factual: Dracula,” “Haunted Historic Greensboro,” “Folktales and Ghost Stories of North Carolina’s Piedmont,” “Folklore and Food,” and numerous RPG (role-playing game) supplements, including co-authoring the “Bare Bones Multiverse” core rulebook and “Bare Boney Beyond”. She has also written a dark humor book entitled “The Bloodthirsty Weasels: On the Loose and Buck Wild” as well as regularly writing content and satirical articles for on-line magazines and gaming supplements. Recently she has delved in audio books and has been the Associate Producer on Patricia Brigg’s “Dragon Bones” and “Dragon Blood,” as well as “Vampire Empire: The Greyfriar,” “Riftwalker” and “Kingmaker” by Clay and Susan Griffith, all of which are produced by Buzzy Multimedia.

When not writing, Bane travels educating audiences about the differences between traditional mythology and horror fiction. A diehard gamer originally from the NY/NJ area, she currently resides in North Carolina with her husband, T. Glenn Bane.
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