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Cemetery Dance Publications has announced the release of THE DEVIL'S WINE, a poetry anthology edited by Tom Piccirilli. The contributors include Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Peter Straub and many others.
Stephen's contributions were originally published in small venues during his college years and haven't seen print in over 30 years--this is the only time they have ever been reprinted!
ABC will run the final 4 episodes of Kingdom Hospital as three one-hour episodes and one 2-hour episode. Episode 10 is called "The Passion of Reverend Jimmy" by Tabitha King and Stephen King. Episode 11 is called "Seizure Day" by Richard Dooling. Episode 12 is called "Shoulda' Stood in Bed" by Stephen King and the last episode which is 2 hours is called "Finale" by Stephen King. All are directed by Craig Baxley and they will run on consecutive Thursdays beginning June 24th.
A limited edition of 'Salem's Lot is being published through Centipede Press. It will include the original novel and two related short stories: "Jerusalem's Lot" and "One for the Road" as well as Stephen's introduction from the Pocket Books edition and over 50 pages of deleted scenes from the original manuscript which have never before been published. This limited edition of 300 copies will be available in October. Orders are currently being taken here.
BBC3 will be airing Kingdom Hospital tonight (3 May, 2004) and the following week on BBC2. You can view the BBC's Kingdom Hospital pages here.
In response to the overwhelming number of questions we've received about Kingdom Hospital through the message board, we've started to compile a Kingdom Hospital FAQ. Check here first for answers to your Kingdom Hospital queries.
ABC may understand what they are doing with the schedule for Kingdom Hospital; I do not. All I can tell you for sure is that we will be telecasting new episodes 6-13 starting next Thursday, April 8th at 9 E/PT, 8 CT (check your local listings).
Stewart O'Nan and Stephen King, lifelong Red Sox addicts, will chronicle the 2004 Red Sox season from spring training and Opening Day through to the highly anticipated events of the fall, in a hardcover book that Scribner will publish in late '04. They'll go to some games together and each will keep a diary. They'll argue or agree about plays and trades, and the result will be a fan's notes for the ages.