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Six Scary Stories Selected & Introduced By Stephen King

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Cemetery Dance Publications and Hodder & Stoughton, Stephen King’s publisher in the UK, have teamed up to publish a surprise new book: Six Scary Stories selected and introduced by Stephen King!

Stephen King discovered these stories when he judged a competition run by Hodder & Stoughton and the Guardian to celebrate publication of his own collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams. He was so impressed with the entries that he recommended they be published together in one book, which Cemetery Dance Publications and Hodder & Stoughton are pleased to report has become a reality.

The six stories are:

Wild Swimming by Elodie Harper
Eau-De-Eric by Manuela Saragosa
The Spots by Paul Bassett Davies
The Unpicking by Michael Button
La Mort De L’Amant by Stuart Johnstone
The Bear Trap by Neil Hudson

The book will be published in both trade paperback and hardcover formats on October 31, 2016.

Trade Paperback Edition:

– Printed on 60# acid-free paper
– Featuring full color cover artwork
– Retail price just $14.95

Trade Hardcover Edition

– Printed on 60# acid-free paper
– Bound in full-cloth with colored head and tail bands
– Featuring hot foil stamping on the front boards and spine
– Printed and bound with full-color endpapers
– Smyth sewn to create a more durable binding
– Wrapped in a full-color dust jacket
– Retail price just $24.95

You can order the books HERE.

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Cemetery Dance Announces The Shining: The Deluxe Special Edition By Stephen King

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A Collectible Limited one time printing featuring an introduction by Stephen King, an afterword by Mick Garris and color paintings by Don Maitz.

This is the very first edition of The Shining published anywhere in the world to include Stephen King’s original, uncut 40 page prologue entitled “Before the Play” restored at its proper place at the beginning of the story. This may end up being the only edition to ever present the complete story of the Overlook Hotel as King originally wrote it, so don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Although an excerpt from the prologue appeared in TV Guide in the 1990s, this is the first time the complete prologue has ever appeared where Stephen King intended it to go — right at the beginning of The Shining!

About the Book:

The Overlook Hotel claimed the most beautiful physical setting of any resort in the world; but Jack Torrance, the new winter caretaker, with his wife Wendy and their five-year-old son Danny, saw much more than its splendor.

Jack saw the Overlook as an opportunity, a desperate way back from failure and despair; Wendy saw this lonely sanctuary as a frail chance to prerserve their family; and Danny? Danny, who was blessed or cursed with a shining, precognitive gift, saw visions hideously beyond the comprehension of a small boy. He sensed the evil coiled within the Overlook’s 110 empty rooms; an evil that was waiting just for them.

Special Features For This Deluxe Special Edition:

– An introduction by Stephen King
– An afterword by Mick Garris
– Includes the complete text of “Before the Play,” Stephen King’s 40 page prologue that has never appeared in any edition of The Shining
– Deluxe oversized design (7 inches X 10 inches) featuring two color interior printing as part of the page design
– Printed on a heavy interior specialty paper stock that is much thicker than the paper in a normal trade edition
– Custom-made slipcase for the Gift Edition, custom-made traycase for the Numbered Artist Edition, and custom-made three piece traycase for the Deluxe Lettered Artist Edition
– Epic wrap-around full color dust jacket artwork by Don Maitz
– A different full color dust jacket for the Numbered Artist Edition painted by Don Maitz
– Full color interior paintings by Don Maitz
– Interior artwork will be printed on a heavy glossy stock and tipped into the book
– Special limitation page artwork for all three editions by Glenn Chadbourne
– High-quality endpapers and fine bindings
– Extremely collectible print run that is a tiny fraction of the tens of millions of copies of this novel you’ve seen in bookstores over the years!

Published in three states:

Slipcased Oversized Hardcover Gift Edition of only 3,000 copies printed in two colors on a specialty paper stock; bound with a fine binding, two color hot foil stamping, and embossed endpapers; and featuring a unique black-and-white limitation page with artwork by Glenn Chadbourne ($95)

Traycased Oversized Hardcover Numbered Artist Edition signed by the artist and limited to only 750 hand-numbered copies printed in two colors on a specialty paper stock; bound with a different fine binding, two color hot foil stamping, and full color illustrated endpapers; a full-color signature sheet featuring artwork by Glenn Chadbourne; and housed in a traycase ($275)

Traycased Oversized Hardcover Artist Lettered Edition signed by the artist and limited to 52 hand-lettered copies printed in two colors on a specialty paper stock; bound in two different fine materials in a hand-made three piece binding featuring spine hubs, gilded page edges, two color hot foil stamping, and full color illustrated endpapers; a different full color signature sheet featuring artwork by Glenn Chadbourne; and housed in a unique “three piece” traycase ($1250)

The Shining: The Deluxe Special Edition by Stephen King will be available in October 2016. Ordering information HERE.

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Cemetery Dance Announces The Joe Hill Special Issue # 74/75

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Cemetery Dance is very excited to make what might be the biggest announcement in the history of the magazine: Cemetery Dance #74/75: The Joe Hill Special Issue!

This 200+ page special issue not only features an original, never-before-published 30,000 word novella by Joe Hill, but the issue grew so large that CD had to publish it as their first ever oversized trade paperback version of the magazine!

In addition to the brand new Joe Hill novella, there is also “How We Got Out of the Furnace” — a modified excerpt from The Fireman — a new interview with Joe, essays about his work from those who know him best, and much much more!

Plus, of course, a great mix of our usual suspects and other incredible horror fiction and non-fiction!

For the collectors out there, there is also an extremely affordable Limited Edition hardcover of the issue, which will feature a full-color reproduction of the magazine’s front cover right on the binding, beautiful special endpapers, and each copy will be signed by the editor on a unique Limitation Sheet featuring gorgeous color artwork created just for this special edition!

You can choose the trade edition for $14.95 or the signed limited hardcover edition for $60. More info HERE.

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Cemetery Dance Announces Salem’s Lot: The Deluxe Special Edition By Stephen King

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Cemetery Dance announces Salem’s Lot: The Deluxe Special Edition by Stephen King featuring a collectible limited one time printing with an introduction by Stephen King, an afterword by Clive Barker, color paintings by David Palumbo, and special bonus features including deleted scenes and a map of the town by Glenn Chadbourne!

Special Features For This Deluxe Special Edition:

– An introduction by Stephen King
– An afterword by Clive Barker
– Many deleted scenes that were cut from the original manuscript
– Deluxe oversized design (7 inches X 10 inches) featuring two color interior printing as part of the page design
– Printed on a heavy interior specialty paper stock that is much thicker than the paper in a normal trade edition
– Epic wrap-around full color dust jacket artwork by David Palumbo
– A different full color dust jacket for the Numbered Artist Edition painted by David Palumbo
– Full color interior paintings by David Palumbo
– Interior artwork will be printed on a heavy glossy stock and tipped into the book
– An original map of the town drawn by Glenn Chadbourne exclusively for this special edition
– Signature sheet artwork for all three editions by Glenn Chadbourne
– High-quality endpapers and fine bindings
– An exclusive reproduction of the first reader’s letter to point out the Father “Cody” error and several internal memos from Doubleday about changing the pricing after the first edition of the book was already printed
– Extremely collectible print run

Published in three states:

Slipcased Oversized Hardcover Gift Edition of only 3,000 copies printed in two colors on a specialty paper stock; bound with a fine binding, two color hot foil stamping, and embossed endpapers; and featuring a unique black-and-white limitation page with artwork by Glenn Chadbourne ($95)

Traycased Oversized Hardcover Numbered Artist Edition signed by the artist and limited to only 750 hand-numbered copies printed in two colors on a specialty paper stock; bound with a different fine binding, two color hot foil stamping, and full color illustrated endpapers; a full-color signature sheet signed by the artists and featuring artwork by Glenn Chadbourne; and housed in a traycase ($250)

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Traycased Oversized Hardcover Artist Lettered Edition signed by the artist and limited to 52 hand-lettered copies printed in two colors on a specialty paper stock; bound in two different fine materials in a hand-made three piece binding featuring spine hubs, gilded page edges, two color hot foil stamping, and full color illustrated endpapers; a different full color signature sheet signed by the artists and featuring artwork by Glenn Chadbourne; and housed in a unique “three piece” traycase ($1250)

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Cemetery Dance Publications Invites You To Visit Stephen King Revisited

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Cemetery Dance Publications invites readers everywhere to the launch of StephenKingRevisited.com, a massive new project unlike anything the horror and suspense publisher has undertaken in their twenty-five years in publishing.

Starting this Halloween, Cemetery Dance founder and publisher Richard Chizmar will begin re-reading ALL of Stephen King’s books in the order of publication, starting with Carrie, and posting his thoughts about the experience.

“Like many longtime readers,” Chizmar explains in his first post on the site, “I can chart the course of my life by when and where I read most of Stephen King’s books. Re-reading Christine recently (when writing an afterword for an anniversary edition) inspired the project was like traveling back to my youth in a time machine.  I turned the pages, and I was a teenager again, carrying around a tattered, old paperback.  Experiencing the novel for the first time. It felt like a kind of magic.  And I wanted to do it again.”

When Chizmar asked Stephen King what he thought of the idea of him re-reading all of the books in order, King replied, “You should blog about it” and “go for it!”

After each re-read, Chizmar will post his thoughts on StephenKingRevisited.com.  Readers are encouraged to read along and share their own thoughts, including their memories of where they were when they first read each book.

For readers who are interested in behind the scenes information about King’s unprecedented career, author Bev Vincent will be writing a historical context post for each title, including insightful anecdotes about the writing and publication history of the book.

In addition, special guest contributors who are well known to Stephen King readers will be providing their own take on the books.  Some of the first guest contributors include Michael Koryta (author of So Cold the River and Those Who Wish to Kill Me), Josh Boone (director and writer of the films The Fault in Our Stars, Stuck in Love, and two forthcoming Stephen King projects, Lisey’s Story and The Stand), and Jack Ketchum (author of The Lost, The Woman, and I’m Not Sam).

Stephen King Revisited can be found at StephenKingRevisited.com and Cemetery Dance Publications can be followed on Facebook and Twitter for updates.

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Cemetery Dance Announces Detours Edited By Brian Freeman Featuring Stories By Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Clive Barker, Peter Straub & Owen King

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Cemetery Dance announces Detours edited by Brian Freeman featuring stories by Stephen King, William Peter Blatty, Dean Koontz, Clive Barker, Peter Straub, Kelley Armstrong, Michael Koryta, David Morrell, Michael Marshall and Michael Marshall Smith, Chet Williamson, Poppy Z. Brite, Stewart O’Nan and Owen King!

The book features artwork by Mark Edward Geyer, Donn Albright, Erin S. Wells, Glenn Chadbourne, Will Renfro, Jill Bauman, Chris Odgers, Steve Gilberts, Alex McVey and Keith Minnion with cover artwork by Tomislav Tikulin.

Both editions are signed by the editor and the artists, and there are no other editions planned at this time.

About the Book:

Every now and then your favorite author takes a detour while writing a new novel: a chapter gets chopped, a connected short story is dreamed up, an essay about the book’s origins is composed, or an oddity is created on a day off.

Collected here together for the first time are detours by Stephen King, William Peter Blatty, Dean Koontz, Clive Barker, Peter Straub, Kelley Armstrong, Michael Koryta, David Morrell, Michael Marshall and Michael Marshall Smith, Chet Williamson, Poppy Z. Brite, Stewart O’Nan, and Owen King.

Join these bestselling authors as they share the other works they wrote while they were writing the books you already know and love.

Table of Contents:

“Introduction” by Brian James Freeman

“Memory” by Stephen King

“When I was Twenty-four and Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth” by Dean Koontz

“Peter and PTR: Two Deleted Prefaces and an Introduction” by Peter Straub

“An Abandoned Fragment” by Ray Bradbury

“The Hunt” by Kelley Armstrong

“Winter Takes All” by Michael Koryta

“Dead Image” by David Morrell

“The Curious Odyssey of James Deacon (AKA James Dean)”/ “Where Darkness is the Only Light” by David Morrell

“Spares: The Missing First Chapter” by Michael Marshall Smith

“The Straw Men: Excerpt from Ch. 29, First Draft” by Michael Marshall

“Ash Wednesday: The Missing Chapter” by Chet Williamson

“Lost Chapter From the First Draft of Lost Souls” by Poppy Z. Brite

“The Ghost Ship: An Unfinished Manuscript” by Stewart O’Nan

“If There Were Demons Then Perhaps There Were Angels: William Peter Blatty’s Own Story of The Exorcist” by William Peter Blatty

“The Curator” by Owen King

“A Night’s Work” by Clive Barker

Published in two states:

– Signed Limited Edition Hardcover of just 1000 copies signed by the editor and the artists, bound in full-cloth, and Smyth sewn ($50)

– Deluxe Lettered Edition of just 52 copies signed by the editor and the artists, bound in leather, Smyth sewn with a satin ribbon page marker, and featuring a full color frontispiece ($300)

For more information please click HERE.

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Cemetery Dance To Release A Simple Plan: The Deluxe Special Edition Hardcover By Scott Smith

Cemetery Dance is pleased to announce that they will be publishing a special signed Limited Edition A Simple Plan by New York Times bestselling author Scott Smith. In addition, they’ll be publishing a special signed Limited Edition of The Ruins by Scott Smith later this summer as well, and collectors who preorder A Simple Plan will get first shot at matching numbers/letters for their collection.

A Simple Plan marked the astonishing debut of a natural born storyteller and is one of the most talked about thrillers of the last two decades.

It’s a novel about a young man, unaware of his own moral fragility, who finds an immense cache of money — and makes a seemingly plausible decision that sets his hitherto “ordinary and ordered” life on the road to chaos and horror. He is Hank Mitchell — steady, solid, devoted husband, proud new father. He tells the story.

It begins on a snowy winter afternoon. Hank is driving on a lonely country road with his brother, Jacob, and his brother’s pal, when suddenly Jacob’s dog leaps into the woods. Following him, the three men come upon the wreckage of a single-engine plane and the body of the pilot. Under the seat they find a duffel bag containing four million dollars in packets of hundred-dollar bills. Shocked, barely able to make sense of what they see, they try to puzzle out the right thing to do.

They arrive at a seemingly simple plan, a plan that will enable them to hide, keep, and eventually share the fortune. They believe it will harm no one, put no one at risk. From the moment the plan is set in motion, Hank’s orderly universe begins to crumble. He is constantly on the watch, trying to prevent his partners — his brother, his brother’s pal, and, ultimately, his wife — from making impulsive or careless moves, triggered by panic or even impatience, that could endanger them all. But soon, himself panicked by his brother’s stupidity and confusion, Hank commits a murder. And his nightmare begins.

Riveting, highly charged at its core, told with extraordinary clarity, coolness, and restraint, Scott Smith’s story of a man driven to acts previously unthinkable seizes the reader and never lets go.

Special Features Exclusive to this Special Collector’s Edition:

– Deluxe oversized design (7 inches X 10 inches)
– Full color cover artwork by Glen Orbik
– High-quality endpapers and fine bindings for both editions
– Full-color signature sheets with exclusive color artwork
– Extremely collectible print run that is a tiny fraction of the millions of copies of this novel you’ve seen in bookstores — and you will NOT find this edition in chain bookstores!

The book will be published in two states:

– Hardcover Limited Edition of 748 copies signed by the author, bound in full-cloth, and Smyth sewn with a full-color dust jacket ($60)
– Traycased Lettered Edition of 52 signed and lettered copies bound in leather with a satin ribbon page marker ($300)

For more information about the book or to order it, please click HERE.

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Cemetery Dance To Publish Six Volume Set of Special Collectible Editions of Stephen King’s Doubleday Books Beginning With Carrie

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Specialty Publisher Cemetery Dance has signed an exclusive deal to produce a six volume set of special collectible editions of Stephen King’s early books that were originally published by Doubleday back in the 1970s and early 1980s! These books are Carrie, ‘Salem’s Lot, The Shining, Night Shift, The Stand, and Pet Sematary, six classics of the horror genre and all-time Stephen King fan favorites!

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These special editions will be beautiful and oversized volumes like CD published for From a Buick 8, It, Doctor Sleep, and many other King books over the years.

The first title in this special six volume set is Carrie, which will be published later this year and is available for preorder immediately. Other volumes in this series will follow approximately every six months after that and several acclaimed artists are already creating stunning art for these books. These special editions will feature exclusive bonus features such as introductions, afterwords, artwork, and even deleted material in some cases.

Strong demand for these special editions of Stephen King’s extraordinarily popular early books is expected, and collectors who preorder Carrie directly from us will be the first collectors offered the opportunity to order the next volume before the general public.

Carrie: The Deluxe Special Edition (Volume One in the “Doubleday Years” Collection by Stephen King will feature full-color wrap-around artwork by Tomislav Tikulin and six full-color interior paintings printed on a high-quality glossy stock and tipped into the book!

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About the Book:

Carrie was the odd one at school; the one whose reflexes were always off in games, whose clothes never really fit, who never got the point of a joke. And so she became the joke, the brunt of teenaged cruelties that puzzled her as much as they wounded her.

There was hardly any comfort in playing her private game, because like so many things in Carrie’s life, it was sinful. Or so her mother said. Carrie could make things move—by concentrating on them, by willing them to move. Small things, like marbles, would start dancing. Or a candle would fall. A door would lock. This was her game, her power, her sin, firmly repressed like everything else about Carrie.

One act of kindness, as spontaneous as the vicious jokes of her classmates, offered Carrie a new look at herself the fateful night of her senior prom. But another act of furious cruelty forever changed things and turned her clandestine game into a weapon of horror and destruction.

She made a lighted candle fall, and she locked the doors…

Special Features Exclusive to this Deluxe Special Edition:

– An introduction by Stephen King detailing why he wrote the book
– A lengthy afterword by Tabitha King discussing the book’s unbridled exploration of adolescent terror, sexuality, and the unknown
– Deluxe oversized design (7 inches X 10 inches) featuring two color interior printing as part of the page design
– Printed on a heavy interior specialty paper stock that is much thicker than the paper in a normal trade edition
– Epic wrap-around full-color dust jacket artwork by Tomislav Tikulin
– A different full-color dust jacket for the Artist Edition painted by Tomislav Tikulin
– Six full-color interior paintings by Tomislav Tikulin
– Interior artwork will be printed on a heavy glossy stock and tipped into the book
– High-quality embossed endpapers and fine bindings for all editions
– Full-page reproduction of the telegram Doubleday editor Bill Thompson sent Stephen King to announce the publisher was buying the book
– Extremely collectible print run that is a tiny fraction of the tens of millions of copies of this novel you’ve seen in bookstores over the last 40 years!

Published in three states:

– Slipcased Oversized Hardcover Gift Edition of only 3,000 copies printed in two colors on a specialty paper stock; bound with a fine binding, two color hot foil stamping, and embossed endpapers; and featuring a unique black-and-white limitation page ($85)

– Traycased Oversized Hardcover Artist Edition signed by the artist and limited to only 750 hand-numbered copies printed in two colors on a specialty paper stock; bound with a different fine binding, two color hot foil stamping, and different embossed endpapers; featuring a full-color signature sheet signed by the artist; and housed in a traycase similar to our previous Stephen King traycased editions ($225)

– Traycased Oversized Hardcover Artist Lettered Edition signed by the artist and limited to 52 hand-lettered copies printed in two colors on a specialty paper stock; bound in two different fine materials in a hand-made three piece binding featuring spine hubs, gilded page edges, two color hot foil stamping, and imported hand-marbled endpapers; featuring a different full-color signature sheet signed by the artist; and housed in a traycase similar to our Legacies Lettered Edition ($1000)

For more information, please click HERE.

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Cemetery Dance To Publish “Turn Down The Lights”, An Anthology Featuring Stephen King, Clive Barker & Peter Straub

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It was December 1988: George Bush had just defeated Michael Dukakis in the Presidential Election. Pitcher Orel Hershiser and the Los Angeles Dodgers had beaten the Oakland A’s in five games to win the World Series. People were waiting in line at movie theaters to watch Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man. Tom Clancy’s The Cardinal of the Kremlin and Anne Rice’s The Queen of the Damned were atop the bestseller lists. The most acclaimed genre books of the year were Thomas Harris’s The Silence of the Lambs and Peter Straub’s Koko.

And twenty-two year old college student Richard Chizmar had just published the premiere issue of a horror magazine named Cemetery Dance.

Twenty-five years later, there have been seventy issues of Cemetery Dance magazine. There have been more than 275 signed Limited Edition hardcovers in the Cemetery Dance book line. There have been awards including the World Fantasy Award, the International Horror Critics Guild Award, and the HWA Board of Trustees Excellence in Specialty Press Publishing Award, as well as nominations for the British Fantasy Award, the American Horror Award, and the Bram Stoker Award, just to name a few.

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of that premiere issue of Cemetery Dance, the publisher is proud to announce Turn Down the Lights, an anthology of authors who helped make the magazine what it is today. These original horror stories by Stephen King, Norman Partridge, Jack Ketchum, Brian James Freeman, Bentley Little, Ed Gorman, Ronald Kelly, Steve Rasnic Tem, Clive Barker, and Peter Straub capture the genuine love of the genre that pushes Cemetery Dance Publications forward year after year.

Table of Contents:
“Turn Down the Lights…” an introduction by Richard Chizmar
“Summer Thunder” by Stephen King
“Incarnadine” by Norman Partridge
“The Western Dead” by Jack Ketchum
“An Instant Eternity” by Brian James Freeman
“In the Room” by Bentley Little
“Flying Solo” by Ed Gorman
“The Outhouse” by Ronald Kelly
“Lookie Loo” by Steve Rasnic Tem
“Dollie” by Clive Barker
“The Collected Short Stories of Freddie Prothero” by Peter Straub
Afterword by Thomas F. Monteleone

Artists for the Artist Edition and Lettered Edition:
“Summer Thunder” by Stephen King — Mark Geyer
“Incarnadine” by Norman Partridge — Steven C. Gilberts
“The Western Dead” by Jack Ketchum — Will Renfro
“An Instant Eternity” by Brian James Freeman — GAK
“In the Room” by Bentley Little — Erin S. Wells
“Flying Solo” by Ed Gorman — Keith Minnion
“The Outhouse” by Ronald Kelly — Jill Bauman
“Lookie Loo” by Steve Rasnic Tem — Glenn Chadbourne
“Dollie” by Clive Barker — Chad Savage
“The Collected Short Stories of Freddie Prothero” by Peter Straub — Alan M. Clark

To be published in three states including a trade hardcover for general readers (shipping in December) and two special hardcover editions for serious collectors (shipping in 2014), but there are no other versions planned at this time!

– First Edition, First Printing Trade Hardcover Edition ($35)

– Slipcased Artist Edition of just 1000 copies signed by the editor and the artists, featuring ten interior illustrations not available in the trade hardcover edition, bound in a deluxe material and Smyth sewn ($75)

– Deluxe Traycased Lettered Edition of just 52 copies signed by the editor and artists, housed in a deluxe traycase with a magnetic clasp, and bound in leather with a satin ribbon page marker, French marbled endpapers, and additional full-color artwork ($750)

To order the books, please click HERE.

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Cemetery Dance Announces New Collector’s Club

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The Cemetery Dance Collectors Club is back!

Members Receive a free signed Limited Edition, a brand new exclusive “Short Story” T-Shirt, an exclusive signed limited edition chapbook by Richard Chizmar, an exclusive Halloween poster by Alan M. Clark, a  Stephen King art mouse pad, a Cemetery Dance collectible keychain, exclusive discounts and advance notice on new CD books and other perks not available to the general public.

Plus members will receive the only signed Limited Edition of A Good Story and Good Words: The Many Worlds of Stephen King by Kevin Quigley, a groundbreaking new look into the works of Stephen King.

Cemetery Dance will offer these memberships for $119 for a limited time only and then they’re gone for good, so place your order today or you might miss out!

For more information please click HERE.

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