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New Horror Fiction Titles Available from Cemetery Dance Publications

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Cemetery Dance is one of the longest running and most well-known horror publishers in the game. They recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of their acclaimed horror magazine. Here are some noteworthy books to add to your reading to-do list:
 
December_Park
 
December Park by Ronald MalfiSigned limited editions of this chilling novel are now available, but will be sold out soon. December Park tells the story of several young friends and the horrors they unearth while searching for a young girl's killer.
 
Gone_Girl
 
Gone Girl by Gillian FlynnSigned limited edition copies of the best-selling novel are available, but they're going fast. Gone Girl (soon to be a major motion picture) tells the story of Nick Dunne, a seemingly innocent man blamed for his wife's sudden disappearance. [Note: cover art shown above is from the Standard Edition.]
 
Hogben
 
Sometimes, Cemetery Dance sells other publisher's books like The Hogben Chronicles by Henry Kuttner: 500 special-edition copies will be available from Cemetery Dance, but the books are actually published by Borderlands Press, which is run by Thomas F. Monteleone and Elizabeth Monteleone. The limited editions given to Cemetery Dance will be signed by Neil Gaiman, Pierce Watters and F. Paul Wilson. 
 
This is obviously only a small sampling of what the horror publishing behemoth has to offer. Take a look, browse around, and get your copies before they're gone at CemeteryDance.com
 

Nancy O. Greene started writing at the age of nine. Her short story collection, Portraits in the Dark, received a brief mention in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 2007. Other works have appeared or will appear in ChiZine; Lovecraft eZine; Cemetery Dance; Tales of Blood and Roses; Haunted: 11 Tales of Ghostly Horror; Shroud Publishing's The Terror at Miskatonic Falls; Dark Recesses; Flames Rising; Smile, Hon, You're in Baltimore! and others. She has a BA in Cinematic Arts (Critical Studies) and a minor in English (Creative Writing) from the University of Southern California, and is a former Fellow of Film Independent's Project: Involve.

 

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