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    [INDEXED]The Best of Cemetery Dance

    Editor: Richard Chizmar
    Artist: Stacy Drum, Jill Bauman, Charles Lang
    Page Count: 786
    Pub. Date: 1998
    ISBN: 1-881475-24-7
    Status: Out of Print

    The Best of Cemetery Dance
    edited by Richard Chizmar

    The Best of Cemetery Dance showcases five dozen of the very finest short stories from the first 25 issues of Cemetery Dance magazine. Published over a period of nine years -- and still publishing today -- Cemetery Dance is the winner of the World Fantasy Award and the International Horror Critics Guild Award, as well as a recent nominee for both the British Fantasy Award and the American Horror Award.

    Featuring a virtual who's who of today's greatest authors of dark fiction, The Best of Cemetery Dance is one of the most important books of the year -- including contributions from Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Richard Laymon, Poppy Z. Brite, Jack Ketchum, Ed Gorman, Ramsey Campbell, Ray Garton, and dozens of others! This special collector's volume also features a brand new, exclusive interview with Cemetery Dance editor, Richard Chizmar. More than 800 pages of top-notch horror!

    Named one of "1998's Best Books" by Publishers Weekly, The Best of Cemetery Dance was nominated for every major award in the genre!

    Hellnotes called it "the most important anthology of the decade, much less 1998!"

    Table of Contents:
    “Introduction” by Richard Chizmar
    “Chattery Teeth” by Stephen King
    “The Box” by Jack Ketchum
    “Halceldama” by Gary A. Braunbeck
    “The Pig Man” by Augustine Funnell
    “Mobius” by R.C. Matheson
    “The Rendering Man” by Douglas Clegg
    “Layover” by Ed Gorman
    “Johnny Halloween” by Norman Partridge
    “Hope” by Steve Bevan
    “The Mailman” by Bentley Little
    “Silhouette” by Stephen Mark Rainey
    “Roadkill” by Tom Elliott
    “The Rifle” by Jack Ketchim
    “Pieces” by Ray Garton
    “Rustle” by Peter Crowther
    “When the Silence Gets Too Loud” by Brian Hodge
    “The Rabbit” by Jack Pavey
    “The Flood” by John Maclay
    “The Right Thing” by Gary Raisor
    “Pig’s Dinner” by Graham Masterton
    “Crash Cart” by Nancy Holder
    “Wall of Words” by Lucy Taylor
    "Metastasis" by David B. Silva
    “Wrapped Up” by Ramsey Campbell
    “Depth of Reflection” by David L. Duggins
    “The Mole” by David Niall Wilson
    “Saviour” by Gary A. Braunbeck
    “Great Expectations” by Kim Antieau
    “Shell” by Adam Corbin Fusco
    “Eater” by Peter Crowther
    “Tyrannosaurus” by Norman Partridge
    “Vacation” by Matthew Costello
    “A Taste of Blood and Altars” by Poppy Z. Brite
    “Mr. God” by Thomas Tessier
    “Drive-In Date” by Joe R. Lansdale
    “Desert Pickup” by Richard Laymon
    “Fydor’s Law” by William F. Nolan
    “Five to Get Ready, Two to Go” by Hugh B. Cave
    “Secrets” by Melanie Tem
    “With the Wound Still Wet” by Wayne Allen Sallee
    “Plainclothes” by Steve Rasnic Tem
    “The Pattern” by Bill Pronzini
    “Seesaw” by David L. Duggins
    “Trial By Fire” by Barry Hoffman
    “Almost Never” by Edward Lee
    “Bloodline” by Roman A. Ranieri
    “Four-in-Hand” by William Relling Jr.
    “The Cutty Black Sow” by Thomas F. Monteleone
    “The Liar’s Mouth” by Darrell Schweitzer
    “Shattered Silver” by James Kisner
    “YSEX” by Steven Sprill
    “Mongrel” by Steve Vernon
    “The Winds Within” by Ronald Kelly
    “Crying Wolf” by Rick Hautala
    “Animal Rites” by Jay R. Bonansinga
    “Easy’s Last Stand” by Nancy Collins
    “A Christmas Story” by James Dorr
    “Comes the Night Wind…” Gene Michael Higney
    “A Conversation with Dean Koontz” by Robert Morrish
    “Afterword” by David B. Silva

    Available in three states:
    Trade Hardcover Edition ($35)
    Slipcased Limited Edition of 400 signed and numbered copies ($150)
    Traycased Lettered Edition of 52 signed and lettered copies ($300)
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    #2
    I only own the trade version of this book. The limited editions are always out of my price range. Someday I will add it to my collection.

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      #3
      I have the limited! It's worth a lot too. It's one of the most sought after books ever published by CD....dozens of signatures.

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        #4
        Of course it's long out of print.
        Fortunately, there's always eBay.

        sk

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          #5
          Yeah, and I almost listed it on eBay....I just sold Desperation tonight. I just don't like the fact that if it sold, eBay would take $100 or more in fees from me. I've been both a buyer and seller there a long time and it's really gone down hill for sellers since the new guy took over. It sucks actually.

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            #6
            Can you still get the regular hardcover even of this? Or is it ALL out of print?
            Website l Facebook l Author Page l Twitter l Instagram l Amazon

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              #7
              Originally posted by ozmosis7 View Post
              Can you still get the regular hardcover even of this? Or is it ALL out of print?
              Sadly ALL out of print... it was / is truly a CD milestone!

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                #8
                Bummer. Looks like a great lineup.
                Website l Facebook l Author Page l Twitter l Instagram l Amazon

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by ozmosis7 View Post
                  Bummer. Looks like a great lineup.
                  I see the trade hardhack pop up on ebay once in a while.

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                    #10
                    Believe it or not, Camelot offered me a measly $200 for the limited I have. LOL I realize a profit has to be made, but $200?? Come on...

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                      #11
                      Here is a random question for Brian. Do you know how many of the red cover ARCs were produced of this book?

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