Here’s a quick update on Cemetery Dance recent releases and a few of the titles currently at press:

The Number 121 to Pennsylvania and Others by Kealan Patrick Burke and Slivers of Bone by Ray Garton have arrived from the printer, so Cemetery Dance will be shipping out all of the preorders next week after the holiday.

Also currently at the printer and on schedule to be published in the next couple of months are The Woods Are Dark by Richard Laymon, Old Flames by Jack Ketchum, Got To Kill Them All and Other Stories by Dennis Etchison, Stephen King: The Non-Fiction by Rocky Wood & Justin Brooks, Stephen King’s The Dark Tower: The Complete Concordance by Robin Furth, Halloween and Other Seasons by Al Sarrantonio, an unannounced Douglas Clegg novel, an unannounced Al Sarrantonio novel, and many others.

In related news, many of their recent releases from the past couple months – including Vampyrrhic and Vampyrrhic Rites by Simon Clark, Serpent Girl and The Folks 2 by Ray Garton, Joyride by Jack Ketchum, Kill Whitey by Brian Keene, Stephen King: A Primary Bibliography — are selling very well, so don’t hesitate to order soon. Several of these are going to be sold out in no time at all!

Grave Tales #5 is rolling along at the printer and will be ready any day now. Grave Tales #6, which includes work by Joe Hill, Ray Garton, Robert Morrish, and more, is also at the printer. The cover artwork for Grave Tales #7 is on the Cemetery Dance website and everything for that issue will be sent to the printer soon. The signed Limited Edition hardcovers of #6 and #7 sold out very quickly, but they have a handful of copies of the special edition of Grave Tales #5 left available for preorder if you hurry!

Cemetery Dance #59 is headed to the printer this week and you can preview the table of contents on the website. Highlights of the issue include a short story by Brian Keene, along with a fantastic new interview; fiction by Steve Vernon, Sarah Langan, Stephen Mark Rainey, and many others; along with the usual great interviews, columns, and reviews!

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