Outside her degree, Imogen (she/her) is involved with student theatre, and has acted in productions such as 'A Woman of No Importance', 'Radiant Vermin' and 'Present Laughter'. She also enjoys writing about herself in the 3rd person for author profiles.
Cultures Film & TV Literature

Vampires: Literature’s everlasting ‘villain’?

From Ancient Babylon – with a pitstop at the Villa Diodati- to the the sparkly incarnation we see in the modern day; Imogen Front charts the complicated and creepy history of literature’s favourite villain: The Vampire. Who knew they were so much more interesting than the ones we see in Twilight?!