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The Sacrament

Vampires, even the fictitious ones, had it right. They knew what humans didn’t, or couldn’t admit:  That love is the mysterious pull of the moon on the tide.  And water is just like blood.  The vampire seeks out blood, reaching for something greater than itself.  The compulsion draws down both the seeker and its victim.  And in the end, love either sucks one, or both, lovers drained and left for dead, or the exchange makes their love immortal.  No one just shakes hands and walks away unchanged.”  (McDermott, 2012, The Sacrament)

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Morna McDermott has been an educator for over twenty years in both k-12 and post secondary classrooms. She received her doctorate in education, with a dissertation focus on arts-based educational research, from The University of Virginia in 2001. Morna's teaching, scholarship, and activism center around the ways in which creativity, art, social justice, and democracy can transform education and empower communities. She is currently a Professor of Education at Towson University.

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