ROD SERLING BOOKS

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Rod Serling Books is an imprint whose mission is to preserve his legacy and provide a platform for talented writers to publish works of a similar genre.   

Night Gallery

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Night Gallery

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Originally published as a paperback by Bantam Books in 1971, it contained novelizations of his Night Gallery episodes: The Sole Survivor,  Make Me Laugh, Pamela's Voice,  Does The Name Grimsby Do Anything To You?,  Clean Kills And Other Trophys, and  They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar, which was nominated for an Emmy and considered by Serling to be one of his best works. Editorial board members Jim Benson & Scott Skelton, co-authors of the definitive book on the Night Gallery, have provided a foreword to the new edition.

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Signed Editions

Editions signed by Rod's daughter and Editor, Anne Serling, include a personalized message.