The Best of Cemetery Dance 2
An Epic Anthology Two Decades In the Making!
Read Stephen King’s “The Glass Floor,” Which Has Never Appeared In His Collections! (Story Includes An Introduction By King As Well!)
A couple of quick, important notes:
* As you might remember, a long-time Cemetery Dance staffer is parting with some of her small press collection this month via eBay, including some much sought-after CD titles, and some of the most popular auctions are ending TONIGHT! More will be ending later this week. Keep checking this eBay link for new listings, and please bid early and often!
* The Best of Cemetery Dance: Volume Two has been rolling at the printer, and things are moving along very nicely on this BIG book! This new special edition showcases the very finest short stories from Cemetery Dance magazine, picking up where the acclaimed and award-winning first “Best of” volume left off.
For those Stephen King fans out there who want to read one of his earliest published short stories, this massive anthology concludes with his short story “The Glass Floor,”
which was originally published in Startling Mystery Stories in 1967 and marked King’s first professional sale, earning him $35! We reprinted this one in Cemetery Dance a few years ago and are very pleased to be able to include it in The Best of Cemetery Dance: Volume Two with an introduction by Stephen King that appeared in Weird Tales way back in 1990!
Featuring a virtual “who’s who” of today’s greatest authors of dark fiction, The Best of Cemetery Dance: Volume Two will be one of the most important anthologies published this year. Just a handful of the contributors include Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, Peter Straub, Bentley Little, Michael Marshall Smith, Ray Garton, Jack Ketchum, Douglas Clegg, Poppy Z. Brite, Joe R. Lansdale, Nancy A. Collins, Peter Crowther, Norman Partridge, Ed Gorman, William F. Nolan, F. Paul Wilson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Simon Clark, Richard Christian Matheson, David J. Schow, Stewart O’Nan, Glen Hirshberg, Ramsey Campbell, and dozens of others!
Cemetery Dance magazine has been published for more than thirty years now, and is the winner of the World Fantasy Award and the International Horror Critics Guild Award, as well as a nominee for both the British Fantasy Award and the American Horror Award. Don’t miss what’s sure to be one of the most talked about anthologies of the year!
Thank you, as always, for your continued support and enthusiasm!