Unlike in the original novel, though, it took THREE trucks to get him to our warehouse!
Cemetery Dance Publications has been shipping the Gift Edition and Numbered Artist Edition of Carrie by Stephen King for a few days now. Here's a stack of the Numbered Artist Edition books in the warehouse waiting to be traycased:
Last month, our wonderful printer called us about the arrival of the slipcases for The Dark Man by Stephen King, which had shipped to them directly from our slipcase maker. They wanted to let us know that a few cartons appeared to have been damaged in transit. That's not the end of the world, it... Continue Reading →
A Gaylord shipping container (or "bulk box") is basically a giant cardboard box with a lid for shipping a bulk product on a pallet. Here's what they look like: We've seen them before at other warehouses, but it's not how products are shipped to us. At least not normally. A few weeks ago, another publisher's... Continue Reading →
A photo from Dan in the warehouse of all of the individual customer orders for the trade hardcover of The Dark Man by Stephen King. The stack of paper weighed in at 19 pounds.
We have a secondary warehouse attached to our main office/warehouse space that we use for long-term storage and managing the bigger projects that require a lot of floor space. Dan took part of this morning to make room for the arrival of the trade editions of The Dark Man by Stephen King, which will be... Continue Reading →
The Limited Edition of A Book of Horrors edited by Stephen Jones, which Cemetery Dance is co-publishing with PS Publishing in the UK, is shipping now. If you look at the cover too much, it gets kind of trippy:
Today's "Scene from the Cemetery Dance Office" requires an introduction. Kate and I were at the office alone this afternoon while everyone else was out to lunch. The Post Office truck showed up for their daily pick-up, so we opened the big warehouse dock door, something we've done thousands of times over the last 10... Continue Reading →