Edited by Richard Chizmar.
Featuring THE CRATE by Stephen King!
OVERVIEW: The sixth entry in this award-nominated and best-selling anthology series! Shivers VI is by far the largest volume to date and the first volume in the series to be published as Limited Edition and Lettered Edition hardcovers signed by the editor for the collectors in addition to the affordable trade paperback edition for general readers!
Shivers VI weighs in at 410 pages and contains more than 110,000 words from todays most popular authors of horror and suspense including Stephen King, Peter Straub, Al Sarrantonio, Jay Bonansinga, Lisa Tuttle, David B. Silva, Melanie Tem, Brian Hodge, Brian Keene, Alan Peter Ryan, Blake Crouch and Jack Kilborn, Bev Vincent, Brian James Freeman, Norman Prentiss, and many others.
Two of the longest pieces are The Crate by Stephen King, his long lost novella that has never appeared in any of his collections, and A Special Place: The Heart of A Dark Matter by Peter Straub, a novella that is creepy to the core and shines a terrible light on the backstory of Straubs acclaimed A Dark Matter according to the coveted Starred Review from Publishers Weekly.
Featuring original dark fiction with a handful of rare reprints, Shivers VI is available only from Cemetery Dance Publications.
Table of Contents:
Serial by Blake Crouch & Jack Kilborn.
The Crate a novella by Stephen King.
The Last Beautiful Day by Brian James Freeman.
Cobwebs by Kealan Patrick Burke.
The Old Ways by Norman Prentiss.
Waiting for Darkness by Brian Keene.
Like Lick Em Sticks, Like Tina Fey by Glen Hirshberg.
Ghost Writer in My Eye by Wayne Allen Sallee.
Palisado by Alan Peter Ryan.
Stillness by Richard Thomas.
In the Raw by Brian Hodge.
I Found a Little Hole by Nate Southard.
Fallow by Scott Nicholson.
Last by Al Sarrantonio.
Mole by Jay Bonansinga.
The Shoes by Melanie Tem.
Bits and Pieces by Lisa Tuttle.
Trouble Follows by David B. Silva.
Keeping It in the Family by Robert Morrish.
It Is the Tale by Bev Vincent.
A Special Place: The Heart of a Dark Matter a novella by Peter Straub.
2010 CD Publications trade paperback. New and sealed in plastic upon receipt here.