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Cemetery Dance: Issue 37
by: Richard Chizmar in Paperback, 104
Published -2-2002 by Cemetery Dance Publications

Cemetery Dance: Issue 37 3 • Words from the Editors (Cemetery Dance #37) • [Editorial (Cemetery Dance)] • (2002) • essay by Robert Morrish and Richard Chizmar
4 • Peering Through Darkness: A Conversation with T. M. Wright • (2002) • interview of T. M. Wright • interview by William P. Simmons [as by William Simmons]
10 •  Circularity • (2002) • interior artwork by Matt Eames
11 • Circularity • (2002) • short story by T. M. Wright
18 •  Genetically Predisposed • (2002) • interior artwork by Keith Minnion
19 • Genetically Predisposed • (1992) • short story by Elizabeth Engstrom
24 • From the Dead Zone: Stephen King News (Cemetery Dance #37) • [From the Dead Zone] • (2002) • essay by Bev Vincent
32 • Liner Notes for "Michael McDermott" CD • (1996) • essay by Stephen King
34 •  A Door Opens and Closes • (2002) • interior artwork by Keith Minnion
35 • A Door Opens and Closes • (2002) • novelette by Conrad Williams
48 • Waves of Fear (Cemetery Dance #37) • (2002) • essay by Paula Guran
48 •   Review: Smoking Poppy by Graham Joyce • (2002) • review by Paula Guran
49 •   Review: Threshold by Caitlín Kiernan • (2002) • review by Paula Guran
50 •   Review: Pact of the Fathers by Ramsey Campbell • (2002) • review by Paula Guran
52 •  Chimaera's • (2002) • interior artwork by Matt Eames
53 • Chimaera's • (2001) • short story by Robin Spriggs
58 • Visiting in the Dark: A Conversation with Al Sarrantonio • (2002) • interview of Al Sarrantonio • interview by William P. Simmons [as by William Simmons]
64 • Mediadrome (Cemetery Dance #37) • [MediaDrome] • (2002) • essay by Michael Marano
70 •  Miami Supercops • (2002) • interior artwork by Matt Eames
71 • Miami Supercops • (2002) • short story by Michael Cadnum
74 • Midnight Matinee (Cemetery Dance #37) • (2002) • essay by Ray Garton
76 •  Cleaning Compulsion • (2002) • interior artwork by Keith Minnion
77 • Cleaning Compulsion • (2002) • short story by Gary L. Raisor [as by Gary Raisor]
80 • Ramblings from the Dark #30 • [Ramblings from the Dark • 30] • (2002) • essay by Charles L. Grant
84 • Spotlight on Publishing: Stealth Press • [Spotlight on Publishing] • (2002) • essay by Robert Morrish
90 • CD Reviews (Cemetery Dance #37) • (2002) • essay by various
90 •   Review: Dark Carnival by Ray Bradbury • (2002) • review by William P. Simmons
90 •   Review: From the Dust Returned by Ray Bradbury • (2002) • review by Hank Wagner
91 •   Review: Pact of the Fathers by Ramsey Campbell • (2002) • review by William D. Gagliani [as by William Gagliani]
91 •   Review: The Last Vampire by Whitley Strieber • (2002) • review by Hank Wagner
92 •   Review: The Association by Bentley Little • (2002) • review by Wayne Edwards
92 •   Review: The Museum of Horrors by Dennis Etchison • (2002) • review by Garrett Peck
93 •   Review: Cobwebs and Whispers by Scott Thomas • (2002) • review by Garrett Peck
93 •   Review: Darkness Divided by John Shirley • (2002) • review by Garrett Peck
93 •   Review: Exotic Locals by Janet Berliner and George Guthridge • (2002) • review by Garrett Peck
94 •   Review: Extremes 3: Terror on the High Seas by Brian A. Hopkins • (2002) • review by William D. Gagliani
94 •   Review: Heretics by Greg F. Gifune • (2002) • review by William P. Simmons
95 •   Review: House of Pain by Sèphera Girón • (2002) • review by Hank Wagner
95 •   Review: Night Moves and Other Stories by Tim Powers • (2002) • review by William D. Gagliani
96 •   Review: Night Terrors by Drew Williams • (2002) • review by Garrett Peck
96 •   Review: Dark Universe by William F. Nolan • (2002) • review by Wayne Edwards
96 •   Review: Succubi by Edward Lee • (2002) • review by Garrett Peck
97 •   Review: The Scarecrow and Other Stories by G. Ranger Wormser • (2002) • review by William P. Simmons
97 • Review of the nongenre novel "Wild Turkey" by Michael Hemmingson • essay by Garrett Peck
98 •   Review: Chaosicon: A Novel of Supernatural Terror by Christopher Leppek and Emanuel Isler • (2002) • review by Garrett Peck
98 •   Review: Duet for the Devil by T. Winter-Damon and Randy Chandler • (2002) • review by Wayne Edwards
99 •   Review: The Best of Horrorfind by Brian Keene • (2002) • review by Jack Lloyd
99 •   Review: Balak by Stephen Mark Rainey • (2002) • review by Jack Lloyd
99 •   Review: The Machine in Ward Eleven by Charles Willeford • (2002) • review by Jack Lloyd
100 •   Review: Frightening Curves by Antony Johnston and Aman Chaudhary • (2002) • review by Jack Lloyd

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