Now celebrating twenty-three years in business, Cemetery Dance magazine has won every major genre award and is healthier than ever — with a higher newsstand and subscriber circulation than ever before and a continuing reputation for superb content and appearance! Mentions of Cemetery Dance Publications in The New York Times, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, and Variety brought thousands of new readers to our website, and we're adding new subscribers every day.
The circulation of Cemetery Dance is the largest of any horror and suspense fiction publication in the world and we've won every major genre award, including the World Fantasy Award, the International Horror Critics Guild Award, the HWA Board of Trustees Excellence in Specialty Press Publishing Award, and many others. We've also received many nominations for awards such as the British Fantasy Award, the American Horror Award, and the Bram Stoker Award.
Over the years we've published authors such as Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Ray Bradbury, Clive Barker, Peter Straub, William Peter Blatty, Charles Beaumont, Graham Masterton, Richard Laymon, Bentley Little, Michael Slade, Douglas Clegg, Jack Ketchum, William F. Nolan, Joe R. Lansdale, and hundreds of others, along with the best new writers in the genre.
Recent changes to the look and feel of the magazine have grown our sales even larger. Cemetery Dance #61, the Peter Straub special issue, and Cemetery Dance #62, the William Peter Blatty special issue, were huge successes. Readers, retailers, and distributors loved the new look and feel of the magazine and the feedback on all of the great special content was tremendously positive. In fact, sales wildly surpassed our expectations and we're proud to report that our print run for the magazine in 2011 will be larger than ever before. In a field where new publications come and go every year, Cemetery Dance has been the only constant since 1988: constantly big names and great stories, year in and year out.
Your advertisements in Cemetery Dance magazine will reach tens of thousands of readers devoted to the dark genres of fiction and nonfiction, along with fans of horror and suspense films, comics, and collectibles.