Not that this is real news, since the Guardian talked about it already last October, but I only read it in the January issue of Writers’ News. Dacre Stoker, Bram Stoker’s great-grandnephew is writing an official sequel to Dracula. The story, set in 1912, will feature characters of the original as well as some that were removed from it and even Bram Stoker himself.
The title will be Dracula: The Un-Dead and will be published this October. Already a film version is planned. Prior to the release a previously un-published version of Dracula will be published in the US and in the UK.
Dacre Stoker intends to "give the novel’s legions of loyal fans […] the return of the real Dracula."
I can hardly wait.