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Essential Art Repository of The Heliosphere (EARTH), a new NASA program to preserve important works of art, literature, and science beyond our planet, has selected Stephen King to pilot their program.
Following the interviewing and reviewing of hundreds of US artists, writers, and musicians, Stephen has been selected to be the first of several artists from around the world to head to the International Space Station and deposit the collected works of mankind into the station's databanks--along with his signature on the media itself.
NASA's stated goal is to ensure that their extraplanetary archive can (or will) survive any type of catastrophe that might befall the planet in these uncertain times, preserving the accomplishments of humanity in perpetuity. King, for his part, looks forward to this adventure and is sure it will serve as inspiration for a new story or two.
Available free for a limited time only!
The Bill Hodges Trilogy Concordance written by Robin Furth is now available until April 17th as a free download. This comprehensive compilation of characters, places, and businesses covering all three books is a must-have resource for past and future readers of the Trilogy.
We have teamed up with Scribner to launch the Concordance with a Sweepstakes giving away copies of the books and audio editions of the Bill Hodges Trilogy to lucky winners.
Stephen King will once again pair up with 11.22.63 star and Academy Award nominee James Franco, this time for the audiobook edition of THE DEAD ZONE, available for the first time ever as an audiobook on April 25th.
Cemetery Dance Publications is extremely pleased to announce the World's First Edition of Gwendy's Button Box by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar, a brand new and original Castle Rock novella to be published on May 30, 2017!
This beautiful hardcover edition marks the first-ever collaboration by these two long-time friends and award-winning authors, and this tale also features King’s long-awaited return to one of his most famous towns.
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