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Stephen King Homecoming Print By Glenn Chadbourne

This print was created from the original oil painting that Maine artist Glenn Chadbourne did for the Gerald Winters & Son book shop in Bangor, Maine. This poster is perfect for framing and features over 30+ characters from the Stephen King Universe, all descending on Stephen’s home at 47 West Broadway. 

The print will be shipped in a thick cardboard ULine mailing tube.

Order HERE.

Stephen King Homecoming
By Glenn Chadbourne
Size: 19”x27”
$25

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The Zombie Who Cried Human By Brian James Freeman & Glenn Chadbourne

Little Boy Zombie lives on a big farm just outside of ZomBeeTown with Mama Zombie, Papa Zombie, and Rex the Zombie Dog.

One day, while Mama Zombie and Papa Zombie are away, Boy Zombie is left in charge of the farm. But when he gets bored, he decides to play a prank on the citizens of ZomBeeTown. He yells toward town, “Humans here, humans here!” And everyone comes shambling to the farm to help.

When they discover they’ve been tricked, Boy Zombie is warned by his elders: “Don’t cry ‘humans’ when there are no humans!”

But will he learn his lesson in time?

The Zombie Who Cried Human is the first book in the “Little Gruesome” series from Brian James Freeman and Glenn Chadbourne, who are blending classic fables with modern storytelling techniques to entertain children and adults of all ages.

Available as a trade hardcover edition for $19 or a signed and slipcased limited edition for $65.

Order HERE.

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The Dark Tower Portfolio Signed Limited Edition

This portfolio is the culmination of over two years of thoughtful design and layout for wraparound paintings of each Dark Tower novel. This is part of The New Stephen King Cover Series and the Overlook Connection has gone one step further to give these paintings a one-time lithograph production, signed by artist Glenn Chadbourne and author Robin Furth, and housed in a unique hard-board, gate-fold, slipcase, with foil stamping. This is truly one of the most beautiful productions they’ve ever produced.

Original text lithograph by Robin Furth, “In the Service of the King: My Journey to the Dark Tower” is her personal story of how she first began working with Stephen King on The Dark Tower novel series and as an author of the original Dark Tower comic book series, almost two decades ago, Robin Furth is also a consultant on The Dark Tower film being released in the summer of 2017.

Features ten, full color lithographs based on the novel of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower:

1. The Gunslinger
2. The Drawing of the Three
3. The Wastelands
4. Wizard in Glass
5. Wolves of the Calla
6. Song of Susannah
7. The Dark Tower
8. The Wind Through the Keyhole
9. Mid-World, The Gunslinger, and The Dark Tower – Original Painting – Exclusive to this set. Signed / numbered
10. ”In the Service of the King: My Journey to the Dark Tower” by Robin Furth – Signed / numbered

Each color lithograph measures 12.75 x 19 inches on heavy acid-free, board stock. Oversized foil stamped case on black Skytogen, measures 14 x 20.

Order HERE from The Overlook Connection Press for $125. Only 1,000 signed sets were created.

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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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