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Sweepstake is now Closed Scribner is now holding "The Ultimate Dark Tower Series Collector's Prize" sweepstakes online. Visit their site for more details about prizes and contest rules. Best of luck!
Cemetery Dance Publications has announced that Stephen's short story "Weeds" will be featured in the seventh edition of Shivers coming this winter.
Originally published in Cavalier Magazine in 1976 and again in Nugget Magazine in 1979, "Weeds" was also adapted into “The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill" for the 80's cult classic Creepshow.
For more information regarding this release, please see the announcement on the CD website.
The forthcoming motion picture adaptation of Stephen's novella A Good Marriage has cast Joan Allen in the role of Darcy Anderson. Best known for her work in the Bourne films and HBO's Luck, Joan Allen is a veteran actor that will no doubt bring a razor sharp performance to the production. More to come...
UPDATE: A second music video for "I Remember How Those Boys Could Dance" has been added to the Premiere Cast Recording promo pages.
UPDATE: A music video for "In" has been posted to the Premiere Cast Recording promo pages. Great content!
The Premiere Cast Recording of Carrie: The Musical will be released September 25th on iTunes, Amazon and other retailers. Featuring performances by Marin Mazzie (Ragtime, Kiss Me Kate, Next to Normal) and Molly Ranson, the recording celebrates the production's die-hard spirit with all the songs that made the Off-Broadway revival a success.
In anticipation of the release, Ghostlight Records is offering StephenKing.com users an exclusive offer. Use code KINGFAN for pre-order to receive10% off and free domestic (U.S.) shipping.
Please note: Stephen is not personally involved with the musical production of Carrie but thought fans would appreciate knowing about the CD release.
Dear Constant Readers: This is fun, if you're into "bracketology," or even if you're not. If you go to Best Novels of All Time on the Huffington Post, you'll see a series of face-offs (To Kill a Mockingbird versus The Great Gatsby, for instance). I urge you not only to vote, but to use Twitter and Facebook to spread the word.
Uncle Stevie says YOU MUST NOT VOTE FOR A BOOK YOU HAVEN'T READ. Which was why I couldn't vote for Moby Dick. Everyone says it's great and blah-blah-blah, but I drown in whale-oil every time I try it. My bad, people, I admit it. So…you may have to leave some brackets entirely blank. But this way it's fair.
And no, you can't vote for one of my books, 'cause I didn't make the cut. Still…happy voting, and spread the word. I'm guessing the champ might be Great Expectations, but I've been wrong before. Once in 1972, and once…mmm…no, that time I was right.
Vote! It's a great warm-up for November!
In Stephen King’s first story for Harper’s Magazine, a middle-aged man named Sanderson brings his Alzheimer’s-afflicted father to Applebee’s for their weekly lunch, where for three years they have ordered the same food and had the same conversation. Just as Sanderson despairs of finding any shred of the man who raised him, he’s saved from a brutal assault to find his father wielding a weapon procured in a moment of lucidity.
Available on newsstands in the U.S. on 8/28 and on-line (subscription required) now at Harpers.org.
Simon & Schuster Audio will be releasing the audiobook edition of A Face in the Crowd on August 21st. In anticipation of its release, we have posted an exclusive three and half minute audio sample read by Craig Wasson.