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October Dreams 2: A Celebration of Halloween, edited by Richard Chizmar and Robert Morrish, Cemetery Dance Publications, 2014. Cover art by Stacy Drum, info: cemeterydance.com.

"The long-awaited follow up to one of the most acclaimed Halloween anthologies ever! This oversized volume will contain spooky Halloween short stories, dozens of authors and artists recalling their own personal memories of Halloween, and essays detailing the history of Halloween. Many of the contributing authors will also autograph the signed editions, which we don’t expect will last long considering the popularity of the original October Dreams and the low print runs we have planned for these special editions."

Contents:
“Mr. Dark’s Carnival” by Glen Hirshberg
“Universal Horrors” by Stephen Graham Jones
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “Perspective” by Michael McBride
“The Scariest Thing I Know” by Dean Koontz
“Guising” by Gemma Files
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “Gort Klaatu Barada Trick or Treat” by Nancy Holder
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “Under the Autumn Stars” by Tim Waggoner
“Monsters” by Stewart O’Nan
“Death and Disbursement” by S.P. Miskowski
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “All the News” by Karen Heuler
“Dear Dead Jenny” by Ian McDowell
“What Blooms in Shadow Withers in Light” by Richard Gavin
My Favorite Halloween Memory by M. Rickert
“The ’Corn Factory” by Benjamin Kane Ethridge
“In a Dark October” by Joe R. Lansdale
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “The Real Darkborn” by Matthew Costello
“The October Game” by Ray Bradbury
“Fear of Fallen Leaves” by James Newman
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “Costume” by Melanie Tem
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “Dancing With Mr. Death” by Kealan Patrick Burke
“Scarecrow” by Roberta Lannes
“Strange Candy” by Robert McCammon
My Favorite Halloween Memory by Harry Shannon
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “That Which Doesn’t Kill You Earns You Candy” by Nate Southard
“The Pumpkin” by Robert Bloch
“Mr. and Mrs. Werewolf ” by Whitley Strieber
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “Rescuer?” by Nicole Cushing
My Favorite Halloween Memory by Ray Garton
“Great Pumpkins and Ghost Hunters: Halloween on TV” by Lisa Morton
“The Pumpkin Smasher” by Al Sarrantonio
“The House on Cottage Lane” by Ronald Malfi
My Favorite Halloween Memory by Tim Curran
“The Dry Season” by James A. Moore
“The Spirit of Things” by John Skipp
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “Haunting Season” by Orrin Grey
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “The Witch of Walnut” by Elizabeth Massie
“The Little Werewolf Who Cried” by Al Magliochetti
“The Boy in the White Sheet” by Bev Vincent
My Favorite Halloween Memory by Richard Gavin
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “The Last Halloween” by Ronald Kelly
“Sexy Pirate Girl” by Lisa Morton
“Monster Night” by Brian James Freeman
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “Screams in the Asylum” by James Newman
“Underfolk” by Tina Callaghan
My Favorite Halloween Memory: “Pumpkin Parade” by Sephera Giron
“October Dreams” by Michael Kelly

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Arcanum - Madame Lil’s

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This is hilarious in the darkest way because this tree is holding the dead corpse of one of the other trees

Yeah, because paper is the only medium upon which you can write. 

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ikeapunx:

muji spice book

Traveling with your spice rack is not ideal. This is why Japanese company, Muji, has made a book of spices to make flavoring your food while away from home a little bit easier.

This book from Muji is full of pages that are made of spiced paper, which dissolve from the heat and moisture of cooking. Now that kick of white pepper or red chili is just a tear away. And, since it is compact and perfectly portable, the Muji spice book is ideal for when you’re traveling!

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