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Limited Run Design #3 is based on the hilarious autobiographical tale from Stephen’s non-fiction book, On Writing. The surreal mash-up design takes the ridiculous fictional product created by Stephen’s brother and spins it as an electro-pop band from the late 70s/early 80s. Anyone who has read On Writing will undoubtedly appreciate the subtitle title “Love and Adverbs.”
Get it while it's hot! This design expires June 14th.
Please note: All profits generated by the StephenKing.com Café Press Store are donated to the Haven Foundation
Cemetery Dance has announced they will publish The Dark Man as Limited Edition Hardcovers on July 30th.
The Dark Man is a shadowy poem that Stephen wrote while still in college. This edition celebrates that early writing with illustrations by Glenn Chadbourne and is offered in several variations sure to please both the collector and the Constant Reader.
Please note: Cemetery Dance also offered Tray Case and Deluxe editions of The Dark Man signed by Stephen. These variations have now sold out.
Titan Books has announced they will be releasing a hardcover limited edition of Joyland on June 11th. The 1500 unit limited edition features artwork by Robert McGinnis as well as a map of the Joyland amusement park by Susan Hunt Yule.
Please note: A small number of signed limiteds are going quickly and may not be available.
AEG Live has announced a 20 city Ghost Brothers of Darkland County concert tour. The series of events will kick off on October 10th and will continue through November 6th.
USA Today has posted a feature on the tour and can be viewed at the link below.
Please visit aeglive.com for links to all ticket purchases.
A new full-length preview track from The Ghost Brothers of Darkland County Soundtrack titled "Home Again" has been posted to RollingStone.com.
Rolling Stone describes the song as an "acoustic number tinged with simple percussion and deep, chilling harmonies from Sheryl Crow, Dave Alvin, Phil Alvin and Taj Mahal."
The Ghost Brothers Soundtrack is set for release on June 4th and is now available for preorder on iTunes and Amazon. The song “You Don’t Know Me” by Rosanne Cash is available for immediate purchase and download from iTunes.
Update: Hollywood Reporter has posted that Stephen Lang (Avatar) has been cast as the retired investigator from the Maine Attorney General’s Office hot on the trail of Bob Anderson.
The motion picture adaptation of A Good Marriage from Full Dark, No Stars, has added several cast members to the production.
The film rights to Stephen’s forthcoming paperback release, Joyland, have been optioned by Tate Taylor.
Best known for his acclaimed work adapting and directing The Help, Taylor will also write, produce and direct Joyland. John Norris and Wyolah Films are also set to produce.
Joyland will be released on June 4th in paperback and audiobook formats.
Multiple online news sources including Deadline Hollywood are reporting that J.J. Abrams and Bad Robot along with Warner Brothers are in talks to bring 11/22/63 to television.
At this time, we do not know if Stephen will be directly involved with the production but we'll post more news as soon as it becomes available.
UPDATE: This event has now sold out.
As part of the International Festival of Authors, Stephen and Owen King will headline the PEN Canada annual benefit on October 24th 2013 at 8pm. The Q&A discussion will be moderated by the award-winning mystery writer, Louise Penny.
The event will also include an hour-long book signing by Stephen with 400 signed copies of Doctor Sleep available for purchase.
Tickets to the event are $100 with all proceeds going to PEN Canada. Advance tickets will be available to PEN Patrons and the International Festival of Authors Patrons at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16th by calling the Harbourfront Centre Box Office at 416-973-4000.
Tickets for the general public will be available on Thursday, April 18th at 1:00 p.m. by calling the box office or by visiting www.readings.org.