Here are a few Cemetery Dance production updates:

After looking at the size of The Dark Tower: The Complete Concordance, and considering that The Century’s Best Horror Fiction edited by John Pelan is two volumes about that size (706 page and 868 pages), Cemetery Dance had a change of heart about not dustjacketing those two volumes. So instead of using Alan M. Clark’s incredible paintings as frontispieces, their designer is turning them into dustjackets to protect each book. This will not delay plans to send the books to the printer this summer.

Invisible Fences by Norman Prentiss is still receiving fantastic reviews and we’re pleased to announce it and the other new Cemetery Dance Novella Series books will be shipping in late May. By the way, Prentiss just won the Bram Stoker Award for his chilling short story “In the Porches of My Ears,” which was published at PS Publishing.

Death Hunt on Ervoon (formally titled Vespix) by Ray Garton, which is deep in production (and already Sold Out and Out of Print pre-publication), now has official dust jacket sales copy:

“When we first meet Thom Verku, he’s doing what he does best—hunting vespix. Though the large eel-like creatures always provide a challenge, no vespix hunt could ever compare to the adventure he is about to undertake. After being asked to track down a client’s runaway wife, Verku and his crew travel to the desolate planet of Ervoon where it doesn’t take long for the hunter to become the hunted.

Inspired by the works of authors such as Edgar Rice Burroughs and E.E. “Doc” Smith, Ray Garton’s Death Hunt on Ervoon is like nothing you’ve ever read before. Get ready to encounter songbats, nightmonkeys, vampire snakes and, of course, vespix on this strange new world that only Garton could have dreamed up.

And finally, Cemetery Dance’s designer has delivered her stunning cover design for Four Ghosts, the “not for sale and never to be reprinted” anthology of ghost stories by Peter Straub, Joe Hill, Ray Garton, and Kealan Patrick Burke that will only be shipping to Cemetery Dance Book Club 3.0 customers.

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