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For his final appearance for the Doctor Sleep tour, Harvard Book Store will be hosting an event at 7 PM on September 27th to be held at the Memorial Church, One Harvard Yard, in Cambridge, MA. Stephen will read from and discuss the book followed by a Q&A with the audience. This event will not include a book signing, but a limited number of pre-signed first edition copies of Doctor Sleep will be randomly distributed to ticketholders among the unsigned first editions at the conclusion of the event.
Stephen will be appearing with his son, author Owen King, in New York City on September 24th at 7:30 PM, presented by The Center for Fiction at the Gerald Lynch Theater at John Jay College. All proceeds will benefit The Center's Books for NYC Schools/KidsRead, a program that helps get kids reading and provides over 35,000 books a year to schools in at-risk neighborhoods throughout New York City. He and Owen will talk about and read from their new books and will answer questions from the audience. Tickets are $40 for premium seats and $37.50 for rear, side and balcony seats and will include a copy of Doctor Sleep. The event will not include a book signing, but Stephen will be pre-signing a limited number of copies of Doctor Sleep, which will be randomly distributed at the conclusion of the event. TICKETS go on sale on July 23, 2013 at 12 NOON at http://centerforfiction.org/calendar/stephen-king-with-owen-king
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Stephen will be appearing at an on-stage event presented by Boulder Bookstore in Boulder at the Colorado Chautauqua Auditorium on Wednesday, September 25th at 7:30 PM during which he will talk, read, and answer questions from the audience. Tickets are $37.50 for the general public and $34.50 for Chautauqua Members and will include a first edition copy of Doctor Sleep. The event will not include a book signing, but Stephen will be pre-signing a limited number of copies of Doctor Sleep which will be randomly distributed at the conclusion of the event.
Stephen will be on CBS Sunday Morning this Sunday, June 30th. CBS Sunday Morning airs from 9am to 10:30am EDT*, and you can find your local CBS affiliate here.
The piece features an interview with Anthony Mason filmed in Bridgton, Maine (the inspiration for Chester's Mill) and a walk around the set of Under the Dome.
You can view a preview of the interview here, but the video may not be available outside of the United States.
*Be sure to check your local listings for the broadcast time in your area.
Bloody-Disgusting.com is holding a contest to win official Ghost Brothers swag signed by Stephen and more. The creative contest requires that artwork based on the southern-gothic musical be submitted using Twitter, Instagram and Vine. Use the hashtag "#GhostBrothersContest" and have fun!
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We've lost one of the giants of the fantasy and horror genres. From THE BEARDLESS WARRIORS,
his brilliant (and largely unread) World War II novel, to THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN and
all the wonderful TWILIGHT ZONE scripts and stories, Matheson fired the imaginations of three
generations of writers. Without his I AM LEGEND, there would have been no NIGHT OF THE
LIVING DEAD; without NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, there would have been no WALKING DEAD,
28 DAYS LATER, or WORLD WAR Z. Matheson wrote the script for Steven Spielberg's
extraordinary film, DUEL, and created one of the most brain-freezingly frightening haunted
house novels of the 20th century in HELL HOUSE. He fired my imagination by placing his
horrors not in European castles and Lovecraftian universes, but in American scenes I knew
and could relate to. "I want to do that," I thought. "I must do that." Matheson showed the
way. In addition to that, he was a gentleman who was always willing to give a young writer
a hand up. I will miss his kindness and erudition. He lived a full life, raised a fine family,
and gave us unforgettable stories, novels, TV shows, and movies. That's good. Nevertheless,
I mourn his loss. A uniquely American voice has been silenced.