Cemetery Dance Announces SMOKE & MIRRORS

Cemetery Dance Publications is proud to announce Smoke and Mirrors, a collection of screenplays, teleplays, stage plays, comic scripts, and treatments by thirteen masters of horror and fantasy. This deluxe oversized book reproduces the scripts exactly as they were written in the author’s own formatting.

Just a few of the highlights include a never before seen comic script from Joe Hill; two rare teleplays from Frank Darabont; an original, never filmed full-length screenplay by Mick Garris; a rare teleplay and treatment by William Peter Blatty; Neil Gaiman’s original take on an H.G. Wells’ short story; Joe R. Lansdale’s stage adaptation of one of his legendary short stories; and much, much more!

This Cemetery Dance Publications special edition is a World’s First and there are no other editions planned at this time, so place your order today if you don’t want to miss out!

About the Book:
Tales of horror and the fantastic have been told in many ways over the centuries — around the campfire, in books and movies, and even on television — but no form is quite so visceral and direct as the script.

Whether it’s a stage play, a feature film screenplay, or the script for a classic horror comic, these fourteen acclaimed authors aren’t just putting black text on a white page. The writing may seem clean and simple at first, but the authors are actually creating worlds; they’re luring you into their creations and before you know it, there’s no way out. You’re part of the story and you have to keep turning the pages until you reach “The End” or “Fade Out.” The big question is: will you survive to see the final curtain call?

Come now, take your seat, and let the show begin. You have nothing to fear but your own imagination.

Featuring:
Neil Gaiman
William Peter Blatty
Stewart O’Nan
Frank Darabont
William F. Nolan
Joe Hill
Brian Keene & Michael Oliveri
Poppy Z. Brite
Kealan Patrick Burke
Mick Garris
Ray Garton
Joe R. Lansdale

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