King on Good Morning America

Posted: October 28, 2003, 00:00
Susan O'Brien, the webmaster at the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville, NY where Stephen King will be appearing with Janet Maslin this Thursday evening to screen Cujo and discuss his favorite scary films.
She told me something they've just confirmed today:

At the event this Thursday evening at 7:00, ticketholders will receive a pre-release hardcover edition of Wolves of the Calla (Dark Tower, Book 5) signed by Stephen King! We're delighted to confirm that, following the screening and discussion with Mr. King this Thursday Oct. 30, every ticketholder will receive a copy of the book a full week before its release date November 4th, signed by Stephen King himself.

There are a few tickets left that can be ordered online at $90 (JBFC members); $110 (nonmembers). The book is included with the cost of the ticket.

According to King's office he will be on Good Morning America on November 3rd. Check local listings for times.

Here is an article about Richard Dooling who King wrote Kingdom Hospital with.

Thanks to Bev Vincent.

The Devil's Wine

Posted: October 27, 2003, 00:00
The editor of the upcoming poetry anthology The Devil's Wine, Tom Piccirilli, gives an update on it's release date on his website

"Also, just received word that while THE DEVIL'S WINE is at the printers, the book won't be back and available until late November".

See Stephen King as a Virtual Host

Posted: October 25, 2003, 00:00
On November 1 you will be able to see Stephen King as a Virtual Host on his official site courtesy of Oddcast. I'm not sure what this means but it sounds interesting...

The creators of The Dead Zone is looking for an actress to play the character Rebecca Sanders who will be introduced in third season of the series.

Program for Halloween week at Jacob Burns Film Center

Posted: October 24, 2003, 00:00

King have program Halloween week at Jacob Burns Film Center. Here is a note from their site:

When Stephen King came to the JBFC last year and offered to program Halloween week, we jumped at the opportunity. We've waited all year for him to reveal his picks - and here they are.

*Cujo *Special Screening w/ Mr. King Oct. 30 at 7:00
The [Original!] Texas Chainsaw Massacre Oct. 24, 25, 27-29
Night of the Living Dead Oct. 26 & 29
The Snake Pit Oct. 27
The Last Man on Earth Oct. 27 & 28
The Changeling Oct. 28 & 29

After Cujo King will discuss horror movies with JBFC board member and New York Times
critic Janet Maslin.

Filming for Season 3 of The Dead Zone is scheduled to begin on 12/1/03.

The release date for Secret Windom, Secret Garden has been moved to April 23, 2004.

Grant's Wolves and No Pain, No Fame

Posted: October 22, 2003, 00:00
Here is a scan of Grant's edition of Wolves of the Calla. As you can see it's a bit different then Scribner's.

King's fifth column is now out. It's called No Pain, No Fame.

Thanks to Paul Poroshin for this info.

Today I got the release dated for the paperback editions of the three last Dark Tower books from the publisher:

The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla: June 2004
The Dark Tower VI: The Song of Susannah: February 2005
The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower: June 2005

Mick Garris talks about Riding the Bullet in an interview with Creature Corner.

I have taken a look at the original pilot of The Dead Zone and you can see what I think about it in my review.

Photos from Secret Window, Secret Garden

There are now several photos from the set of Secret Window, Secret Garden and it's actors Johnny Depp and Timothy Hutton online.

The Talisman and Black House scans

Posted: October 16, 2003, 00:00
Here are some scans of Grant's box set of The Talisman and Black House.

The Talisman (front) and The Talisman (back)

Flyer from Grant

Black House (front) and Black House (back)

Box (Spine) and The Talisman & Black House (Spine)

Thanks to Terry Warrick for sending the scans.

King To Plan Give Writing Tips

Posted: October 16, 2003, 00:00
ABC reports Stephen King's plan to give writing tips to Maine middle school students is on hold. The best-selling writer is too busy right now to offer lessons via laptops computers. His personal assistant, Marsha DeFilippo, says that means the plan is on hold for now.

The laptop program has put computers in the hands of all 36,000 seventh- and eighth-graders in Maine.

Last November, King toured a middle school in Freeport and told seventh-graders that he'd like to set up an interactive, Internet-based system through which he could teach writing. King isn't abandoning the idea, but DeFilippo told the Sun Journal of Lewiston that it'll be at least a year before it happens.
Thanks to Really Scary.

Spielberg doing The Talisman

Posted: October 15, 2003, 23:09
Reuters reports that Steven Spielberg once again is gearing up to make a movie version of The Talisman.

Perelman Comes Aboard Spielberg Pet Project
Wed Oct 15, 3:35 AM ET
By Chris Gardner

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Vadim Perelman, who made his directorial debut on DreamWorks' upcoming Oscar hopeful "The House of Sand and Fog," is near a deal to take the helm of "The Talisman," a longtime pet project of Steven Spielberg.

Based on the 1984 fantasy novel by Stephen King and Peter Straub, it centers on 12-year-old Jack Sawyer, who goes on a quest in the living world and a parallel world known as the Territories to acquire a talisman that will save the life of his dying mother and the queen of the Territories.

The book, which marked the first collaboration between King and Straub, spawned the sequel "Black House."

Spielberg and producer Kathleen Kennedy have been developing the project for nearly 20 years, back when she was an executive at Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment. It has taken on various forms throughout that time and recently was close to being made into a four-hour miniseries at ABC.

Spielberg will take executive producer credits on the feature, with Kennedy handling producer chores on the Ehren Kruger-penned "Talisman." The film is a co-production of Universal Pictures and DreamWorks.

Perelman's "Sand and Fog," which stars Jennifer Connelly Ben Kingsley and Ron Eldard will have its worldwide debut Nov. 9 at AFI Fest 2003 in Hollywood. It opens in theaters Dec. 26.

Thanks to Bev Vincent, Bob I and BFoehl.

Rest Stop and Diary DVD review

Posted: October 15, 2003, 00:00
A new short story by King entitled Rest Stop will appear in the next issue of Esquire Magazine, on newsstands in November.

Finally there is a new column by Tyson Blue online. This one is the longest he has done for Lilja's Library and it's called Things to Do While You Wait for the Wolves....

Steven Spielberg is gearing up to make The Talisman after all.

You can also check out my review of the DVD edition of The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer.

Dust jackets for Wolves of the Calla

Posted: October 14, 2003, 00:00

Here is the full dust jacket for both the US and UK edition of Wolves of the Calla. I got both books today and I must say that the illustrations are really nice. I think you all will enjoy them.

There is also an excerpt from the audio edition of Wolves of the Calla available online.

In other news: There is now a script review online for Secret Window, Secret Garden, BBC in the UK has bought the rights to Kingdom Hospital and the DVD edition of The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer is released today. I will have a review of it online soon!

Pre-order Song of Susannah

Posted: October 7, 2003, 00:00
Now you can pre-order the audio editions of Song of Susannah from

Simon & Schuster Audio will release 'Salem's Lot on audiocassette and CD in January 2004. It will be read by Ron McLarty whose book The Memory of Running King praised in his column in Entertainment Weekly.

King has been nominated for a 2003 British Fantasy Society award under the Best Collection category for his collection, Everything's Eventual. The awards will be presented during FantasyCon 2003, November 21-23, 2003, in Stafford, England. King has won a total of 5 British Fantasy Society awards in the past.

Thanks to Jonathan Reitan for this.

The Journals of Eleanor Druse

Posted: September 29, 2003, 00:00
The Journals of Eleanor Druse: My Investigation of the Kingdom Hospital Incident will be released from Hyperion in January 2004. It's a journal by King's character Eleanore Druse from Kingdom Hospital.

The issue of Entertainment Weekly with King's latest column in it is now out. The column is called In my book, it's no contest.

Thanks to Bev Vincent.

King to speak at Burns Film Center

Posted: September 25, 2003, 00:00
It has now been confirmed that King will speak at the Burns Film Center. On their site they confirm that Cujo will be shown and that afterwards King will discuss horror movies with JBFC board member and New York Times critic Janet Maslin. Tickets will go on sale October 1. has put another short review of Wolves of the Calla online. Read it on your own risk.

Kingdom Hospital first look

Posted: September 22, 2003, 00:00
Here is an exclusive first look at the set of Kingdom Hospital. You will find 17 images from the set of the TV series.

King speaks Oct. 30

Posted: September 18, 2003, 00:00
Judy in Connecticut reported today in SKEMERs that she had talked to an employee of the Burns Film Center in Pleasantville, N.Y. who confirmed that King would make an appearance there on Oct. 30. King will speak and the movie Cujo will be shown. The price to be there is $90 for members and $110 for non-members. Tickets are not yet available, but will be by Oct. 1, maybe sooner.

Here is the first entry in the ongoing Gunslinger contest.

Thanks to Bev Vincent.

When to order The Dark Tower

Posted: September 11, 2003, 00:00
I got a press release and an ARC of Wolves of the Calla from Hodder & Stoughton today even though the ARC doesn't have the illustrations it lists all their titles.

There seams to be a remake of Christine in the making. There have been reports about a lawsuit filed by Richard Kobritz the producer for the 82 film adaptation of Christine directed by J. Carpenter. Evidently the suit states that Kobritz was left out of negotiations for the upcoming remake to be aired on NBC TV. He is seeking financial compensation. No other info has appeared at this time.

Thanks to Cujo-Phil.

Unaired pilot of The Dead Zone

Posted: September 9, 2003, 00:00
Here is a short summary of the unaired pilot of The Dead Zone that you could get on DVD for free when you bought the first season on DVD. I hope you all got it. There will be a review of it here soon.

On the DVD you get the original 84 minute unaired pilot that has quite a few different scenes. Most obviously with Michael Moriarity as Reverend Gene Purdy instead of David Ogden Stiers and a different, tall, blonde actress playing reporter Dana Bright.

The disc contains some extras as well. It has yet another audio commentary, this time with Lloyd Segan and Shawn Piller. There are also several promos for Season 2. Some easter eggs including trailers for The Dead Zone & Rose Red. 10 minutes of deleted scenes with timecode including some footage that was re-shot different ways or in different locations. There is even some stuff that appears nowhere else. All shot by another director. The deleted scenes have an optional audio commentary.

The score for this pilot is also done by someone else and some of the music is changed like it doesn't have Steely Dan's Do it Again during the Wheel of Fortune scene.

Thanks to Terry Warrick for this brief review.

Now you can check out King's first two columns for Entertainment Weekly online.

John Mellencamp talks musical

Posted: September 3, 2003, 10:07
"In a recent AP interview, John Mellencamp talked a teeny bit about the musical he's writing with Stephen King.

What will the musical you're writing with Stephen King be like? MELLENCAMP: (Laughing) I can tell what it's not going to be like: It won't be "Jack and Diane" meets "Cujo." He's already written the story -- it's very beautiful, more like "The Green Mile." It's an American story about an American family. Some of the characters are 100 years old, some are 15. So that will give me the opportunity to write for each character in a different style. I ain't writing a bunch of rock songs"

Thanks to Jonathan Reitan.

John Mellencamp talked...

Posted: September 3, 2003, 00:00
Shooting of Secret Garden started yesterday in Bromont, Quebec.

In a recent AP interview, John Mellencamp talked a teeny bit about the musical he's writing with Stephen King.

The Rock Bottom Remainders will be appearing at the Texas Book Festival on November 8.

The Authors Party (7 to 10 p.m. Saturday) at Austin Music Hall will cost $40 per person $150 for VIP pre-party event. At this time it is unconfirmed if Stephen King will be joining the other authors at this event.

Thanks to Jonathan Reitan for this.

Diary DVD cover and article about Robin Furth

Posted: August 30, 2003, 00:00
To the right is the cover of the DVD edition of The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer. It will be released on October 14th.

The people in Creswick will be the first to see Salem's Lot.

Here is the cast list for most of the parts in Kingdom Hospital.

An article about Robin Furth who has written the magnetic book Stephen King's The Dark Tower - A Concordance has finally appeared online.

The Dead Zone renewed for a third season

Posted: August 24, 2003, 00:00
Today there is great news. The Dead Zone has been renewed for a third season!

There is also a CD out with the soundtrack from the first season.

I have also read the new edition of The Gunslinger and if you want you can now check out my review.

Here's the link to King's latest Entertainment Weekly column. It will only work if you are a subscriber or use AOL though. Thanks to John Hanic.

OK, it's time for a WARNING! As I reported earlier King have a piece in Book Magazine. Well what is promoted on the cover as At The Movies: Tom Wolfe, Gwyneth Paltrow, Stephen King, Dennis Lehane is actually just a short list of King's five favorite movies from 2002-2003.

So, this is nothing more then a small list and a big misuse of King's name by Book Magazine to sell more issues if you ask me.

BTW his favorites are: Wrong Turn, The Good Thief, Spellbound, Dark Blue and The Quite American.

Thanks to Ed Yarb for the warning.

Reviews and Always, They Come Back

Posted: August 21, 2003, 00:00
I have been doing some reviewing lately and now I'm proud to let you know that you can check out my review of the latest Dollar Baby Autopsy Room Four and season 2 of The Dead Zone.

In other news;

The issue of Entertainment Weekly with King's second column is now out. The column is called Always, They Come Back and you can see what the cover looks on the right.

King will also be back in Book Magazine next month. In the Sept/Oct issue he lists five of his favorite movies of the past year with a little bit about each one.

Thanks to Bev Vincent.

Dreamcatcher on DVD

Posted: August 13, 2003, 00:00
The DVD edition of Dreamcatcher will contain a new interview with King according to DVD Exclusive.

According to Warner the extra material will be the following:
Original Ending and Lifted Scenes
DreamWriter - A look at Stephen King and the process he went through when writing Dreamcatcher (this is probably the interview)
DreamWeavers - The Visual Effects of Dreamcatcher
DreamMakers - A Journey Through Production
Teaser Trailer

Thanks to Terry Warrick.

Diary DVD, Misery play and Wolves summary

Posted: August 12, 2003, 00:00
Lion's Gate will release The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer on DVD on October 10. It will have Commentaries and Multi-Audio.

Misery will be preformed as a stage play in Belgium later this year. It's being played at a theater called het Klokhuis and it is in the center of Antwerp. The performance dates are 20, 21, 22, 23 & 24 October. The group who performs it is called BATS. More info to come. has posted a new summary of Wolves of the Calla on the book's main page at the site. There is some new information, which should prove interesting for you. You can also check out a cool promotional item for the UK edition over at eBay.

Thanks to Terry Warrick.

Casting error

Posted: August 6, 2003, 22:57
As I suspected the casting info for Bag of Bones over at wasn't correct. They have now removed the info.

The Pop of King and Bernie does a new cover

Posted: August 5, 2003, 00:00
The issue of Entertainment Weekly with King's column is now out. It's called The Pop of King. It can also be read online but only if you're a subscriber.

Bernie Wrightson is currently working on a new cover for the paperback edition of Wolves of the Calla.

Kristen Dalton interviewed

Posted: August 2, 2003, 00:00
Recently I had a talk with Kristen Dalton who plays Dana Bright in The Dead Zone. She told me her feelings about the series and you can check out what they are in the interview.

In other Dead Zone news. Lloyd Segan hopes that a third season will begin in March 2004...if they get picked up for a third season that is...

Out of nowhere a short film based of King's story Autopsy Room Four appeared.

There has now been an official press release about Kingdom Hospital released.

Casting for Bag of Bones

Posted: July 31, 2003, 22:44
According to there has been some casting done for the movie version of Bag of Bones.

Please remember that this hasn't been confirmed anywhere else yet though.

Billy Crudup - Michael Noonan
Jennifer Garner - Mattie Stanchfield Devore
Neil Patrick Harris - John Storrow
Abigail Breslin - Kyra Elizabeth Devore
Rance Howard - Bill Dean

Stephen King will join Entertainment Weekly

Posted: July 31, 2003, 00:00
King will join Entertainment Weekly as a columnist. He will have a column every month and the first one will be in the August 8 issue.

This is from King's official newsletter:

Stephen King will join Entertainment Weekly as a columnist, beginning with the August 8 issue. Appearing on the magazine's back page, King's commentary will examine various facets of pop culture. The column will appear once a month, alternating with the magazine's current back page, "Stupid Questions with..." This is the first time since his college days that King has penned a regular column.
Thanks to Bev Vincent.

Kingdom Hospital and more...

Posted: July 30, 2003, 00:00
Two actors and one actresse have been selected for King's Kingdom Hospital. They are Andrew McCarthy, Diane Ladd and Bruce Davison.

Here is an article about the great CD-ROM The Complete Guide to the Works of Stephen King.

Here is the UK cover for Stephen King's The Dark Tower: A Concordance, Volume One. It will be released in hardback on October 1st.

The Encore Network will air a new documentary about the films of Frank Darabont starting on August 2nd at 11:00 AM EST. It runs 60 minutes with no commercial breaks.

Thanks to Terry Warrick.

Territories and more reviewed

Posted: July 19, 2003, 00:00
I have been doing some reviewing today and I'm pleased to be able to put three reviews online. I have been taking a closer look at The Dead Zone season one DVD box, Dreamcatcher - The Shooting Script and a new CD with Dark Tower inspired music on called Territories.

You can get more info and order your copy of Territories at

Secret Window, Secret Garden will be filming in North Hatley in mid-September.

King will be narrator for Kingdom Hospital.

Wolves of the Calla

Posted: July 16, 2003, 00:00
Here is the contents list for Wolves of the Calla.

Check out a new interview with Bev Vincent, author of The Road to the Dark Tower.

Scribner has two new contests online. In one you can win Dark Tower books and in the other you get a chance to meet King in person...IF you live in the US that is. Here is their mail:

Dear Stephen King Fan,

We know you were expecting your Stephen King news fix on July 10, but we were forced to hold out a little longer to give you an extra treat. Hopefully you'll think it was worth the wait...

As of last week, we were going to give you a chance to win Wolves of the Calla by proving your King and Dark Tower knowledge and helping us create a brain-busting Dark Tower trivia game, NOW we're giving you A CHANCE TO MEET THE GREAT ONE, STEPHEN KING, when you become a Gunslinger online! Read on....

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Think you know the Dark Tower? Prove it!

Just email five DARK TOWER trivia questions to Put "Dark Tower" in the subject line, and be sure to include the DARK TOWER book and page number for each answer. Email those five questions our way, and you'll automatically be entered to win a copy of WOLVES OF CALLA! Remember questions must come from THE DARK TOWER books. Click below for official rules.

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Be a Gunslinger (or just act like one!)

We've selected a few passages from THE DARK TOWER and posted them on and Dress as your favorite DARK TOWER character, select one of the passages, and videotape your performance (but only 1 to 3 minutes). We'll post 50 of the best entries online in our Dark Tower Gallery, and the world will vote for the winner!

The Grand Prize Winner will meet Stephen King in New York and four runners-up will receive signed hardcover editions of The Dark Tower I through VII.

So pick a passage and start filming!

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Keeping you up on all things King, we remain,

Children 8 will have the spirit of the original

Posted: July 9, 2003, 20:35
Some new info about Children of the Corn 8 has now been revealed:

The Talented “Tooth Fairy” himself, Harris has been talking on his official site again about the next “Children of the Corn” installment, which he’s attached to. “I'm not able to answer anything specifically just yet, but we're not going to be dredging up the past any more than we have to. COTC: Whatever (it's not named yet and typing the number '8' makes my head hurt) will maintain the spirit of the original film and the Stephen King novella. It will be scary with hardcore thrills and disturbing deaths with elements you'll recognize as signatures of the franchise (chases through cornfields, deaths by sickles, teenage sex, sacrifices and the triumphant return of He Who Walks Behind the Rows included). It will take place in Gatlin and will draw on the history of that town as we know it”, says Harris. “There's a lot of enthusiasm building behind this project. Stay tuned. I wouldn't have it any other way.”

Seems fans of the series want to know whether this new instalment will have anything to do with the previous 7 films. “No one needs to have seen any of the previous movies to know what's going on at all. That's how it should be when you're trying to re-jack the franchise. But if you are familiar with the original movie (and story), you'll probably feel rewarded”.

And when can we expect it? “I'm currently working on the script, getting the second draft into shape. We won't be shooting for a while. I'll keep you posted.”

Thanks to Moviehole.

King's review of Harry Potter 5 and more

Posted: July 9, 2003, 00:00

Filardi talks about Salem's Lot in a new article in Fangoria.

Now you can order Wolves of the Calla from Grant, see a first image of an ARC of the book and soon you will be able to enter a Dark Tower trivia game on

Here is King's review of Harry Potter King's own handwriting!

Here is an article about the Book magazine fictional essay by King.

Next June Johnny Depp will appear in Secret Window, Secret Garden at the cinemas.

Dreamcatcher will be released on DVD on September 30. The DVD will include anamorphic widescreen video (a full frame version will also be available),Dolby Digital 5.1 audio, several production featurettes (DreamWriter: An interview with Stephen King, DreamMakers: A Journey Through the Production and DreamWeavers: The Visual Effects of Dreamcatcher), four deleted scenes and the original ending and the teaser trailer.

Thanks to Bev Vincent and Terry Warrick.

Some new info about Children of the Corn 8 has now been revealed.

UK covers for The Dark Tower 1 - 4

Posted: July 3, 2003, 00:00

Here are the new UK covers for The Dark Tower 1 - 4.

Here is a piece from Donald M. Grant's latest brochure that looks really cool.

Stationary Bike, Scramble Game and Hollywood's Stephen King

Posted: July 2, 2003, 00:00
A new story called Stationary Bike by King will appear in Borderlands 5 released by Borderlands press. The book will be released in November and it will contain stories byauthors like Bev Vincent (author of The Road to the Dark Tower), Brian Freeman and Whitley Strieber.

On Scribner's King site you can now solve a scramble puzzle. The puzzle contains an illustration from Wolves of the Calla.

Now you can download Act 1 and see the video preview of episode one of the new summer season of The Dead Zone.

Here is the cover to Anthony Magistrale book Hollywood's Stephen King that will be released in November. You can preorder it here from or here from

Here is a new interview with King in which he says that all The Dark Tower books will be rewritten one day...

Thanks to Jonathan Reitan.

ARC of Wolves of the Calla

Posted: June 29, 2003, 00:00
King's fictional essay America the Literate can now be site.

The first ARC of Wolves of the Calla has now surfaced on eBay.

Bev Vincent author of the book The Road to The Dark Tower now has a message board on his site. Check it out for the latest info on his book and other King info.

And last. Don't forget that it's about 24 hours left of The Dark Tower 1 - 4 contest where you can win a set of all four books for free! You have until 11:59 GMT (Greenwhich Mean Time) p.m. June 30, 2003 to enter.

The Dead Zone bonus disc

Posted: June 27, 2003, 00:00
If you want the bonus disk that is available when you get the season 1 box for The Dead Zone you need to buy it prior to 9/20/03. The bonus disc features the unaired Dead Zone season one pilot episode and other Special Features. You can order the box here.

On Hodder & Stoughton's site you can now sign up for exclusive news, competitions and giveaways. The link is at the bottom of this site:

King's appearance on CNN and Diary review

Posted: June 25, 2003, 00:00
On CNN's site you can now find a transcript from King's appearance on CNN Newsnight Aaron Brown yesterday.

My review of The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer is online.

America the Literate

King has a fictional essay published in Book magazine for Jul/Aug 2003 its called America the Literate.

Thanks to Greg Panian.

Here is a review of The Gunslinger.

Thanks to Bev Vincent

Don't forget to order The Dark Tower 1 - 4 and to enter my contest where you can win a set of all four books for free!

UK cover for Wolves of the Calla and more

Posted: June 24, 2003, 00:00
Here is the UK cover for Wolves of the Calla.

You can now read the foreword by King and the introduction by Robin for the book The Dark Tower Concordance online. You can also find an excerpt from The Gunslinger (new version) here.

Read Harvey's Dream online

Posted: June 23, 2003, 00:00
Here you can read King's new short story Harvey's Dream online.

Now you can see King's appearance on the Today show earlier today online.

Thanks to Bev Vincent

Kingdom Hospital shooting days and other news

Posted: June 21, 2003, 00:00
Kingdom Hospital will be shooting between August 11, 2003 and March, 2004.

Here is an article USA Today about King and The Dark Tower.

There has been an update to the official King site and here is what they report:

Stephen King to appear on The Today Show, Monday, June 23rd
Stephen should be appearing in the 8 o'clock hour (EST), tune in to hear the newest information of the release of the first four Dark Tower books from Penguin.

New short story
In the June 30th issue of The New Yorker, Stephen has published his new short story, Harvey's Dream. Look for it on newsstands June 23rd.

Stephen King to appear on the Aaron Brown Show
Look for him on Tuesday, June 24th, 10:15pm - 11:00pm EST.

Dead Zone DVD, King reads afterword and more

Posted: June 17, 2003, 00:00
The first season of The Dead Zone is released today on DVD. You can preorder your copy here.

King will read the afterword himself on the audio edition of Wolves of the Calla.

Viking now has a site up for the first four Dark Tower books. The address is

A short movie is planned based on Lucky Quarter.

Promotion of The Dark Tower 1-4

Posted: June 13, 2003, 00:00
I got some info about how King will promote The Dark Tower 1-4 and it seams like there will be plenty of TV, radio and in print. I'm happy to be able to present this list of where you can check it out and what you can expect!

For The Dark Tower 1 - 4:

June 23 "Today Show"/ Interview, in the 8:00 hour
June 23 USA Today, cover story of Life Section
June 24 "NewsNight with Aaron Brown", interview
June 23, 24 Syndicated Print Interview: feature will run in St. Louis Dispatch, Denver Post, Austin American -Statesman, Milwaukee Journal, and St Petersburg Times
June 24 TV Satellite tour- details below
June 25 Radio Satellite tour- details below

June 24 TV SATELLITE TOUR-all times EST
8:32-39am: Baltimore/AM News/ FOX/Live
8:40-45am: Cleveland/"Good Day Cleveland"/ FOX/Live
8:49-54am: Sacramento/ "Daybreak"/ CBS/ Live
8:55-01am: Chicago/ "WGN Morning News"/ WB/ Live
9:03-08am: Miami/ "5:30PM News'/ CBS/ Taped
9:09-14am: Denver/ "9 News AM"/ NBC/ Taped
9:15-20am: tk
9:20-26am: Dallas/ "Good Day"/ FOX/ Live
9:30-36am: Chicago/ "FOX Thing in AM"/ FOX/ Live
9:37-42am: Boston/ "Evening News"/ NBC/ Taped
9:43-48am: Phoenix/ "AM News"/ NBC/ Taped
9:49-54am: San Francisco/"Eyewitness News Early"/CBS/Live
9:55-00am: tk
10:01-07am: Los Angeles/ "Eyewitness News"/ ABC/ Taped
10:09-14am: tk
10:15-20am: Philadelphia/ "10AM News"/ NBC/ Live
10:30-35am: Detroit/ "AM News"/ FOX/ Taped
10:36-41am: Portland/ "AM Northwest"/ ABC/ Taped
11:25-30am: St. Louis/ "Today in St. Louis"/ NBC/ Taped

NYC/ WOR-AM/ Taped
June 25 RADIO SATELLITE TOUR- no times supplied
Nat'l/USA Radio/Live
Nat'l/ Metro Networks/ Taped
LA/ KFI-AM/ Taped
Chicago/ WLS-AM/ Live
Philadelphia/ KYW-AM/ Taped
Dallas/ WBAP-AM/ Live
Detroit/ WJR-AM/ Taped
Houston/ KTRH-AM/ Live
Miami/ WIOD-AM/ Taped
Seattle/ KIRO-AM/ Live
San Diego/ KYXY-AM/ Taped
Phoenix/ KTAR-AM/ Live
Pittsburgh/KDKA-AM/ Live
Portland/ KXL-AM/ Taped
Cincinnati/ WLW-AM/ Live
Sacramento/KFBK-AM/ Taped
San Antonio/ WOAI-AM/ Live

For The Dark Tower 5:

Oct. 30 Good Morning America

Oct. 30 Jacob Burns Film Center (Westchester, NY)

May 1 Seattle Times, thriller/fiction summer round-up
May 4 Charleston Gazette, fall preview
May 15 Montgomery Advertiser
June 1 Florida Times Union, summer round-up
June 5 Kansas City Star, fall preview
June 8 Denver Post, fall preview