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At the latest Comic-Con an edition of ‘Charlie of the Choo Choo’ was available in a limitation of only 150 copies. Simon and Schuster heard the fans who were not ready to spend a fortune on a children’s book, and are publishing a version for the masses. It will be available on the 22th of Read More →

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‘Hearts in Suspension’ is available for pre-order in the online store of the University of Maine Press. Publication date is set for November 7. STEPHEN KING REMEMBERS A LOST ATLANTIS This publication marks the 50th anniversary of Stephen King’s entrance into the University of Maine at Orono in the fall of 1966. The accelerating war in Vietnam Read More →

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A New York Times book review by Stephen King. A version of this review appears in print on October 2, 2016, on page BR14 of the Sunday Book Review with the headline: A Hunger of the Soul. Stephen King Reviews Emma Donoghue’s Latest Novel THE WONDER By Emma Donoghue 291 pp. Little, Brown & Company. $27. Read More →

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According to the BBC website: James Patterson scraps The Murder of Stephen King novel Author James Patterson has scrapped the publication of a new novel titled The Murder of Stephen King because he does not want to cause “discomfort” to King. The book is about a fictional obsessed fan hunting down King, the author of Read More →

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In a Q&A at the National Book Festival a question is asked about the third Jack Sawyer novell.  Looks like we’ll get it, eventually! Question: I was just wondering if you have any plans to, or if you can tell us a progressreport, on the third Jack Sawyer novell with Peter Straub. King: Yeah, uhm. Peter Read More →

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In the live interview with PBS at the Library of Congres National Book Festival, mr. King mentions that he’s working on a novell with one of the characters of the Bill Hodges trilogy. (At 5:37) There’s one in process now. That deals with one of the characters in the Mercedes trilogy. that’s outright scary

BANGOR, MAINE -- 10/02/2014 -- Stephen King talks with BDN's John Holyoke Thursday, October 2, 2014 at his office in Bangor. Ashley L. Conti | BDN

From the Bangor Daily News: Stephen King weighs in on those creepy Carolina clown sightings While clowns struck some people as creepy before the 1986 publication of Stephen King’s “IT,” the author’s book about a supernatural being that takes the form of a terrifying clown undoubtedly did not boost positive feelings toward clowns. Whole generations Read More →

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From the Variety.com: Stephen King Novella ‘Hearts in Atlantis’ Set for Big Screen (EXCLUSIVE) British director Johannes Roberts is re-teaming with production and finance outfit The Fyzz Facility for coming-of-age drama “Hearts,” an adaptation of Stephen King’s critically acclaimed novella “Hearts in Atlantis.” Set in 1966, “Hearts” is a bittersweet coming-of-age story about a group of college boys and their first Read More →

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The University of Maine Press will release the previously announced ‘Hearts in Suspension‘ on the 7th of November. The four installments of ‘King’s Garbage Truck’ are part of 47 weekly columns published in The Maine Campus from 20 February 1969 to 21 May 1970, during King’s junior and senior years. This publication marks the 50th Read More →

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Notoriously prolific author James Patterson announced in June a new publishing imprint called BookShots, which focuses on short, 150-page novels meant to be read in a single sitting. The latest BookShots thriller from Patterson is eye-catchingly titled The Murder of Stephen King. The book follows a “a fictional Stephen King character” whose stalker is recreating Read More →

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