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Following up on Neil Gaimain's interview in the (UK) Sunday Times mentioning a new novel to be titled Joyland about an amusement park serial killer, Stephen has given the thumbs up to officially report that this is indeed a work in progress that has been completed but will need to be edited. There is no official publisher or publication date set at this time. We will update you as more official news becomes available.
This contest is now closed. Every single ticket purchase using the promo code KING10 during ticket purchase, prior to April 1st (11:59 pm, March 31, 2012), receives an entry into a sweepstakes to win a VIP experience consisting of:
- Two opening night (April 11) orchestra tickets
- Two tickets to the VIP opening night party at the Four Seasons in Atlanta following the April 11 performance (transportation and lodging not included)
- Photo op with Stephen King
- A Stephen King autographed copy of 11/22/63
TalesToTerrify.com has posted a podcast that features readings of several nominees for the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction. Lawrence Santoro provides a fantastic reading of Stephen's Herman Wouk is Still Alive at the 1 hour and 10 minute mark. Enjoy!
Update: Herman Wouk is Still Alive won the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction
Be sure to cast your vote for 11/22/63 in Audible's 5th Annual Tournament of Audiobooks. See the link below for more infomarion and help support the award winning and highly acclaimed audiobook read by Craig Wasson.
Vote now on Audible.com (See Best Sellers)
The March issue of Atlanta Magazine includes an interview with Stephen and John Mellencamp regarding the upcoming Ghost Brothers of Darkland County musical. The article is available in both print and online formats with the an extended version available online.
In the spirit of Creepshow and Cat's Eye, a new motion picture anthology directed by Mark Pavia has been officially announced. Stephen King's The Reapers Image will feature four short films including The Reapers Image, Mile 81, N., and The Monkey.
With two of the stories hand selected by Stephen and two selected by Mark, the project is a solid mix of classic and contemporary King tales sure to please the Constant Reader.
The Simon & Schuster Audiobook edition of The Wind Through the Keyhole will be read by Stephen. With over a decade since his last audiobook reading, Stephen shares "I’ve spent a lot of time with the character of Roland Deschain and the Dark Tower universe over the years. Now that I am revisiting that world, it felt like a fine time to lend it my voice."
The full-length audiobook will also feature an exclusive audio preview for Doctor Sleep. (Doctor Sleep is the sequel to The Shining set to be published in 2013)
Hey, you guys and gals: I've done public readings from next year's Shining sequel a couple of times now, but if you got the idea from any of the blog posts that the audio sample at the end of the forthcoming Wind Through the Keyhole CDs is just the five-minute snippet I read last month in Savannah...think again. It's the entire prologue of the book (called LOCKBOX). It's 25 manuscript pages and runs a little shy of half an hour when read aloud. If you're looking for a return to balls-to-the-wall, keep-the-lights-on horror, get ready. And don't say you weren't warned.
The newly reworked and fully re-imagined production of Carrie, produced by award-winning off-Broadway theater company MCC Theater at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, recently announced an extended run through April 22. The musical’s original creators, composer Michael Gore, lyricist Dean Pitchford, and book writer Lawrence D. Cohen (who wrote the screenplay for the 1976 DePalma film version) have completely revised their 1988 musical under the direction of Stafford Arima. Stars Broadway stalwart and Tony Award nominee Marin Mazzie as Margaret White, and a young actress named Molly Ranson who, by all accounts, is giving a star-making performance.
MCC Theater is offering King fans a special $69 discount ticket offer for the run of the show!
Three easy ways to get $69 tickets:
Online and use code KINGFANS
Call (212) 352-3101 and use code KINGFANS
In Person The Lucille Lortel Theatre Box Office and use code KINGFANS
121 Christopher Street (between Bleecker and Hudson)