We’re very pleased to report we’ll be receiving copies of Richard Chizmar’s brand new novella just announced by Subterranean Press, The Girl on the Porch, and it is easily his most suspenseful tale to date:
“From New York Times bestselling author Richard Chizmar, author of Gwendy’s Button Box (with Stephen King) and The Long Way Home, comes a thriller that will forever change the way you look at your neighbors and best friends…”
Last year I read my first Jonathan Janz story titled Children of the Dark. I absolutely loved it. Janz expertly fused together a gruesome horror story and a nostalgic coming-of-age tale. The monsters in that book—the lithe, tall, insatiably hungry Wendigos—were a formidable enemy that I enjoyed reading about as they went on a blood-soaked rampage.Continue Reading
After a couple of false starts, The Comic Vault returns to Cemetery Dance just in time to celebrate a milestone anniversary of one of the greatest horror comic characters of all time: Mike Mignola’s blue collar demon, Hellboy.Continue Reading
Jonathan Janz’s name is everywhere lately. With Flame Tree Press sneaking up out of nowhere and snatching his back catalog, and his most recent effort The Siren and Specter making the rounds of Twitter feeds and Instagram posts alike, he’s hard to ignore. It was only a matter of time before I broke down and read my first Janz. The Nightmare Girl was the book that deflowered this Janz virgin. Continue Reading
We’re pleased to report we will be receiving copies of Richard Laymon’s Funland Special Definitive Edition from Dark Regions Press, which features an introduction by Jack Ketchum, a new afterword by Brian Keene, and more than 50 pages of unpublished author notes and scanned pages compiled during Laymon’s work on Funland.
Artist Malcolm McClinton has supplied fantastic wraparound dust jacket artwork and five full page interior illustrations based on the novel. The book will be signed by Jack Ketchum and Brian Keene.
We’re very pleased to announce Gauntlet Press has made copies of their stunning special editions of SACRAMENT by Clive Barker available for our collectors, but we don’t expect these to last very long, so please place your order ASAP or you might miss out!
This is a really different and fun book for us, and we’re thrilled to be publishing it. There’s sales copy on the product page if you’re curious, but Tomorrow’s Journal is one of those stories where you really shouldn’t learn too much before you start reading or you’ll rob yourself of some of the joy of the first read experience!
We’re very pleased to announce we’ll be publishing A Knight of the Word by Terry Brooks as a signed Limited Edition hardcover and a Deluxe Signed Lettered Edition hardcover, and both editions are with our printer and will be published this spring!
Let me start by saying I wanted Night Shift to be something other than what it turned out to be. Let’s face it—a mining base in the Antarctic at the start of a six-month-long night shift, doesn’t your mind immediately turn to The Thing? So, I’m expecting a monster. Oh, I got one, it just happened to be of the human variety.Continue Reading
Right up front, allow me to get past the part of the review where I’m forced to write something cliché—a statement proclaimed in reviews since the beginning of time. Well, since the beginning of Goodreads and Amazon at least:
Lisa Morris certainly isn’t the first eight-year-old child to fib about her health so her parents won’t cancel a much-anticipated trip to a giant theme park. She is, however, the first child whose fib led to approximately 10 million deaths and a dramatic shift in the way the human immune system works.Continue Reading
We have an important update about Cardinal Black by Robert McCammon to share with you today.
In our excitement to publish this incredible novel as fast as we could, we picked the earliest publication date that was feasible if everything went according to plan after we received the manuscript back in August, and unfortunately our printer has informed us they cannot meet the ship date we requested due to the continuing backlog of work on their main press.
We apologize for this delay. We were a little too excited about publishing this one, and we should have planned on a later date to begin with, but the good news is the printer does have all of the materials for the book and they are firmly committed to getting us the trade hardcover in early April.
We’re setting the new publication date for April 30, 2019 and we thank you again for all of your continuing support!
Our hope is that through this index you’ll find what you’re looking for, rediscover a story you haven’t thought of in years, or better yet, discover something you didn’t even know existed and then have the joy of hunting down that one rare early issue.
Featuring more than 250 pages packed full of information, this is the ultimate guide to finding anything and everything that has ever appeared in Cemetery Dance magazine!
This will be my sixth Christmas without my father. I miss the son of a bitch something fierce, but the hurt always gets a little more tender during the holidays.
What gives me comfort, especially at night after a long day, is the video shelf of movies he bought for me every Christmas. He was a huge movie buff and liked to pick out offbeat “classics” he knew I would enjoy like The Rounders or Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation. He would spend the year curating special movies for the family, but I don’t think anyone enjoyed his staff picks as much as I did. Continue Reading