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Joyland by Stephen King Finally Goes Digital

Joyland was a novel by Stephen King and was released back in June of 2013. The author buckled the trend of a simultaneous release in trade and digital formats. Instead, he only published it only in hardcover, citing “I have no plans for a digital version. Maybe at some point, but in the meantime, let people […]

Stanley Kubrick’s Annotated Copy of Stephen King’s The Shining

Love it or hate it, the Kubrick version of Stephen King’s The Shining is a film to be reckoned with. Here is a piece of that film’s creation that I would love to just sit back and spend hours with: The web site Overlook Hotel has posted pictures of Stanley Kubrick’spersonal copy of Stephen King’s novel The Shining, which is normally kept […]

The most searched for out of print books

Previously I was unaware of that fact that for the past 11 years the site BookFinder.com, an online book-search service, has been publishing a report of the most searched-for out of print books. The 2013 report is out and the top five books are: Sex by Madonna Rage by Richard Bachman/Stephen King My Pretty Pony by […]


Head on over to the Shine-O-Matic and go a little bit mad at the typewriter.

Stephen King and his compulsion to write

Yes, there is a Joyland eBook!

Remember all the noise about Stephen King not releasing Joyland as an eBook? Well, they

Listen to “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County” right now

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Stephen King on Fresh Air

For 20 years, Stephen King has had an image stuck in his head: It’s a

On Pulps, Paperbacks, Stephen King & Hard Case Crime

Boing Boing is currently featuring a special essay by Charles Ardai, the publisher of Hard Case Crime. It’s wonderful read and a love letter to the world of paperbacks and publishing. Originally, we were only going to publish Joyland in paperback. Steve grew up buying paperbacks for fifty cents from the wire spinner racks at his local […]