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Riding the Bullet on USA
January 3rd, 2005 1:13:39 pm

USA Network has recently announced that they will be showing Riding the Bullet, check your local listings for date and time.

Faithful - In Stores Now!
December 31st, 2004 4:08:54 pm

Early in 2004, two writers and Red Sox fans, Stewart O'Nan and Stephen King, decided to chronicle the upcoming season, one of the most hotly anticipated in baseball history. They would sit together at Fenway. They would exchange emails. They would write about the games. And, as it happened, they would witness the greatest comeback ever in sports, and the first Red Sox championship in eighty-six years, as the team put '86 behind them and eighty-sixed the Curse.
A-Rod. Schilling. Sheffield. Foulke. The hot stove league was smoking. In April, the Sox took six of seven from New York Yankees. Youkilis was the Greek God of Walks. Local boy Mark Bellhorn found his bat. June was a disaster. Then Nomar went to Chicago, Varitek shoved A-Rod, Billy Mueller proved to be a Yankee killer, and this team never looked back, logging an astounding August and a solid September to claim the wild card. In the playoffs they killed the Angels, then ran into those damn Yankees. Who saved the Pennant race? David Ortiz. Who hit the only grand slam? Johnny Damon. Who's your daddy? Papi is. Down three games to none, down to their last three outs, the Red Sox rose from the dead to make history. Nothing left to do but sweep up. What began as a Sox-filled summer like any other is now a fan's notes for the ages.

The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon Pop-up Book
December 1st, 2004 4:07:59 pm

Stephen King's award-winning, best-selling novel, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, is stunningly told in this, the first pop-up book by the master of suspense. It is a fairy tale grimmer than Grimm, retold with intricate pop-ups and a breathtaking text. This is the ultimate must-have edition for Stephen King fans of all ages.

Upcoming Television Appearances
December 1st, 2004 4:04:52 pm

Stephen will be making two TV appearances on Thursday, December 2nd to promote his new book,Faithful, co-authored with Stewart O�Nan. First will be The Today Show on NBC (time has not been announced yet) and in the evening, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (11 PM E&P) on Comedy Central. Check your local listings, but to the best of our knowledge for those of us who are unable to stay up for the late night broadcast or just couldn�t get enough of it the first time around, it will be rebroadcast at the earlier time (7 PM E&P) on Friday, December 3rd as well.

Australian TV to show Kingdom Hospital
November 15th, 2004 4:03:59 pm

Channel Se7en [sic] will be airing Kingdom Hospital on 16 November 2004 at 9:30 PM AEDT.

Desperation Movie Update
November 8th, 2004 4:06:40 pm

Desperation is now being produced as a feature movie (not a miniseries) for ABC (no air date yet). It is currently being filmed in Arizona. Mick Garris, whose previous Stephen King projects include Riding the Bullet, The Stand, The Shining, Quicksilver Highway [Chattery Teeth], and Sleepwalkers, wrote the screenplay and is directing this production. Cast members include:
   ·   Ron Perlman as Collie Entragian
   ·   Tom Skerritt as Johnny Marinville
   ·   Steven Weber as Steve Ames
   ·   Matt Frewer as Ralph Carver
   ·   Annabeth Gish as Mary Jackson
   ·   Henry Thomas as Peter Jackson
   ·   Charles Durning as Tom Billingsley

Today Show Interview
September 21st, 2004 4:01:48 pm

Did you miss Stephen's interview on the Today Show [9/20/2004]? The Today Show has posted it on their site.Follow this linkand scroll about three quarters of the way down the page. (You will need Windows Media Player)

Riding the Bullet (Movie)
September 20th, 2004 4:00:14 pm

A website for Riding the Bullet [the movie] is now online, at
More information and features will be added to the site as it gets closer to the movie's release.

Message Board
September 20th, 2004 3:59:07 pm

The message board is back up and accepting submissions. Unfortunately, many messages sent between 9/13/2004 and 9/15/2004 may not be posted due to technical difficulties.

New Novelette
September 15th, 2004 3:57:13 pm

Borderlands 5 - From the Borderlandsis now available in paperback stores and newsstands nationwide (USA). The book has recently won a Bram Stoker Award as the Best Anthology of the Year, and contains a new Novelette by Stephen.
If you'd prefer a hardcover edition of the book, you can order ithere.
Images of the book are availablehere.

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