New Releases

Coming Soon

Firestarter Art

Firestarter

Charlie McGee inherited pyrokinetic powers from her parents, who had been given a low-grade hallucinogen called "Lot Six" while at college. Now the government is trying to capture young Charlie and harness her powerful firestarting skills as a weapon.

Latest News

Apple's Best Books of 2021

Posted: November 23rd, 2021 7:02:02 pm EST

Billy Summers has been selected as one of Apple’s top 20 books of the year!

Check out the full list here.

Read More
11/22/63 Turns 10

Posted: November 8th, 2021 12:34:44 pm EST

11/22/63 Turns 10A decade ago, a large snowstorm pummeled the northeastern US, Minecraft made its debut, Curiosity left for Mars, and 11/22/63 hit shelves.

Here's what the New York Times Book Review had to say about the latter.

Read More
GWENDY'S FINAL TASK Signed Giveaway

Posted: October 18th, 2021 3:28:59 pm EDT

Stephen King and Richard Chizmar will be signing THREE copies of their World’s First Edition Hardcover of GWENDY'S FINAL TASK to be given away!

Head over to Cemetery Dance for details, rules, and how to enter.

Read More
The Word According to Karp

Posted: September 28th, 2021 12:57:46 pm EDT

Stephen King's BILLY SUMMERS is not only a tense, taut, must-read thriller — it's the prolific author's most definitive examination of writing as a craft since ON WRITING! But, Stephen King wrote ON WRITING, his bestselling "memoir of the craft," in 2000; is he still following his own advice over 20 years later? In this episode of The Word According to Karp, Simon & Schuster CEO Jon Karp gets to the bottom of that question and tells some fun anecdotes about the King himself along the way!

Watch on YouTube

On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

Billy Summers

Read More
Inside the Process of Writing BILLY SUMMERS

Posted: August 3rd, 2021 8:53:46 am EDT

"The first thing for me was this: I saw a man in a basement apartment, looking out a window, like a periscope, and seeing feet go by on the sidewalk."

You can read Stephen's interview with Esquire on their website now.

Stephen King Takes Us Inside the Process of Writing Billy Summers on Esquire.com

Read More
Toggle Dark Mode Color Scheme