Cemetery Dance Publications, critically acclaimed artist Glenn Chadbourne, and New York Times bestselling author Stephen King have announced The Secretary of Dreams (Volume Two). This second volume of Stephen King stories continues where the first left off: you’ll discover “The Monkey,” “Strawberry Spring,” and “In the Deathroom.” Also within this collection are “Gray Matter,” “One for the Road,” and “Nona,” which appear for the very first time in full graphic format as imagined by Chadbourne. Not one word from King’s original manuscripts has been left out. Instead, Chadbourne presents the stories through a variety of techniques: traditional paragraphs of text merged directly into the artwork, handwritten bursts of dialogue to convey emotion, and even multiple fonts to match the mood of each scene.
This Cemetery Dance Publications deluxe oversized hardcover edition is the World’s First Edition and there are no other editions planned of this title at this time. As with the first volume (of which there are only a few hundred copies remaining), CD will not be selling this title at a discount, and they will not fill any orders for distributors who will be selling it at a discount. It will only be available directly from Cemetery Dance and a few independent booksellers we’ve worked with for years.
To learn more or place your order: The Secretary of Dreams (Volume Two)
If you’d like to pick up a copy of first volume of The Secretary of Dreams, there are still some copies available through private dealers at Amazon.com. Here’s the link: The Secretary of Dreams
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