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Cemetery Dance has announced a brand new anthology coming this December featuring original horror short stories by several of our favorite authors. Read on for the details.
All the info you need is below; visit Cemetery Dance's online store to order your copy.
From the Press Release:
We're pleased to announce a Top Secret surprise addition to our December publication slate, Turn Down the Lights edited by Richard Chizmar, and the trade hardcover edition is already rolling at the printer!
This brand new anthology features original horror stories by Stephen King, Norman Partridge, Jack Ketchum, Brian James Freeman, Bentley Little, Ed Gorman, Ronald Kelly, Steve Rasnic Tem, Clive Barker, and Peter Straub that capture the genuine love of the genre that pushes Cemetery Dance Publications forward year after year.
This exciting new anthology will be published in three states including a trade hardcover for general readers (shipping in December) and »
- Debi Moore
In celebration of its second decade as the Windy City's longest running and largest horror convention, Flashback Weekend is gearing up for a helluva show this August.
Flashback Weekend will include tons of fantastic guests, special screenings and events, and much, much more. It will take over the Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare (5440 N. River Road, Rosemont, Il) from August 9th to August 11th and feature appearances from the likes of iconic filmmaker George A. Romero, reunions with the casts of classic horror films including Dawn of the Dead and Pet Sematary, a Lords of Salem reunion, Tom Atkins (the hardest working 'stache in 80's horror), Nancy Loomis, Betsy Russell, Kim Darby, Lisa Marie, Eileen Dietz, and Charles Band.
The co-hosts for Flashback Weekend 2013 are Nick Digilio of Wgn Radio, Steve Prokopy of Ain't it Cool News, and myself- Heather Wixson.
Oh, and the "Green Goblin" from Maximum Overdrive is also making an appearance, »
Dark Arts Books is unveilling the first e-book editions of two of the finest, funniest, feral books of fiction you will ever fall upon: Martin Mundt’s The Crawling Abattoir and The Dark Underbelly Of Hymns!
Anyone who’s been a Dark Arts Books fan knows that Martin Mundt’s “A Perfect Plan” opened their very first collection back in 2006 — Candy in the Dumpster. So we’re pretty excited that they now have the rights to not one, but three of his short story collections.
Originally released as a chapbook in 1999 by Twilight Tales in Chicago, The Crawling Abattoir was expanded and reissued in 2004 with additional stories and a new cover by the incomparable Chad Savage. Four years later, Delirium Books issued Mundt’s 2nd collection, The Dark Underbelly Of Hymns, in a limited 100-copy hardcover edition (and also featuring a Chad Savage cover!). Both books have inexplicably been out of print for several years… »
- Peter Schwotzer
3 items from 2013
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