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Dear Stephen King Fans, Coming October 24th, Lisey's Story is Stephen King's most personal and powerful novel yet.
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The Fall 2006 issue of The Paris Review (www.theparisreview.org), official publication date 9/15/06, contains an interview with Stephen (pages 66-101) including information about the book he's currently working on titled Duma Key. Stephen describes it as being about a guy named Edgar Freemantle who has an accident and loses an arm and has paranormal symptomatology relating to phantom limb sensations.
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Copies of this book by Rocky Wood are still available through Cemetery Dance Publications. It includes two previously unpublished works by Stephen: the poem titled “Dino” and a complete chapter from his unpublished novel, Sword in the Darkness.
Stephen King’s chart-topping epic continues with the release of issue #5 this week Just outside Hambry, Roland makes a monstrous discovery: The evil Farson and his Coffin Riders have stolen the awesome weapons of the Old Ones and now have the oil to power them and launch an attack against the Affiliation—a group which counts among its members Roland’s father, Stephen Deschain! And, at just the wrong time, the young gunslinger’s ka-tet may be splintering, when Cuthbert accuses Roland of cowardice and rides off on his own. Things are going sour in Mid-World, sai. All this plus a six-gun full of extras!
With the release of this week’s issue, Lilja’s Library declares “With over half of the story arc done I can honestly say that Gunslinger Born is a success.”
With only two issues to go, the action’s only going to get hotter, the stakes higher, and the danger greater!
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Those of you who are familiar with the wonderful world of television may have noticed that Desperation — probably the best TV movie to be made from my work — has been scheduled by ABC to run, not just against American Idol, but against the American Idol finals! When I see this kind of scheduling, my heart is warmed by how well I have been treated by all my friends at ABC. One can truly say that with friends like this, one doesn’t need enemas. Little joke there. But am I bitter? HELL, YES, I AM BITTER! Oh, well, good work always finds a place in time, and ours may be in the DVD racks eventually. For now, please remember that Desperation airs on ABC May 23rd. Those of you who watch will get a gold star. Those of you who don’t, and watch American Idol instead…well, just remember: I have strange powers. I have been watching you all for some time through your computers. (This is actually a power conferred upon me by the Bush Administration.) I watch you when you eat, I watch you when you sleep, and I watch you when you undress. In regard to this last comment, some of you need more stylish underwear, but never mind; the point is, I will know if you watch American Idol and if something bad happens to you, it will be your own fault.
TNT will begin broadcast of the series, Nightmares & Dreamscapes, in July. Some of the stories included for the series are: Umney's Last Case, You Know They Got a Hell of a Band, The End of the Whole Mess, The Fifth Quarter, The Road Virus Heads North, and Battleground. For more information about the series and to sign up for their newsletter, please visit the TNT web site.