Cemetery Dance #67The newest issue of Cemetery Dance Magazine (#67, August 2012) is out. “The King and I” by Neil Gaiman, is a detailed account of Gaiman’s trip to visit Stephen King in Florida. Some of the topics they discuss include King’s new novel Joyland, how King feels about Joe Hill’s writing, why he wrote a sequel to The Shining, and why he’s considering removing himself from the Dark Tower series on a future rewrite of the books.

Here’s what you’ll find inside:


  • “The Stain” by Douglas Clegg
  • “Unconditional” by Blake Crouch
  • “Leverage” by Will Ludwigsen
  • “Ribbons and Tin” by Peter Ullian
  • “Jellyfish Moon” by Daniel Braum
  • “Fade” by Joel Sutherland


  • “The King and I” by Neil Gaiman
  • “An Interview with Al Sarrantonio” by Lisa Morton
  • “An Interview with Matt Costello” by Lisa Morton
  • “Feature Review: Shadow Show edited by Sam Weller and Mort Castle” by Hank Wagner

The Usual Suspects

  • “Words from the Editor” by Richard Chizmar
  • “Stephen King News : From the Dead Zone” by Bev Vincent
  • “Editorial Perspectives” by Don D’Auria
  • “The Mothers and Fathers Italian Association” by Thomas F. Monteleone
  • “The Last 10 Books I’ve Read” by Ellen Datlow
  • “Horror Drive-In” by Mark Sieber
  • “Fine Points” by Ed Gorman
  • “MediaDrome” by Michael Marano
  • “Spotlight on Publishing” by Robert Morrish
  • Cemetery Dance Reviews
  • “The Final Question” by Brian James Freeman

You can pick it up directly from Cemetery Dance here: Cemetery Dance #67

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