StephenKing.com Version III Goes Live May 4th, 2011 1:05:50 pm
Earlier today, StephenKing.com proudly unveiled the latest version of the official web site. The comprehensive upgrade offers many new features including full compatibility with Apple devices and most mobile platforms.
At the core of the new experience, the Constant Browser will find a revolutionary homepage that offers all the latest news, release info, and Coming Soon content in one central location. We have also provided new RSS and Twitter News feeds to make it easier to stay abreast of everything Stephen King.
With improved search capabilities, an upgraded library and dozens of other significant improvements, the new StephenKing.com is a vast digital playground that looks to the future of Stephen's work.
Stephen's new short story, "Under the Weather" (written just in the past month or two) will be included in the U.S. paperback edition and as a new e-book edition of Full Dark, No Stars which will be released on May 24, 2011. It will be in Hodder's ebook edition releasing on May 24th and their mass-market edition which will be released at the end of July.
11/22/63 Hardcover Dust Jacket Revealed April 20th, 2011 10:00:00 am
The dust jacket artwork for 11/22/63 has been revealed and is now available at the link below. The design created by veteran digital artist Rex Bonomelli offers a glimpse into the epic tale that hits the shelves on November 8th 2011.
Atlantic Magazine has posted an interview with Stephen regarding Herman Wouk is Still Alive, the creative process and the state of fiction in general. The short story Herman Wouk is Still Alive is now available to subscribers of the TheAtlantic.com. The issue containing this short story hits newsstands April 19th.
The Wind Through The Keyhole - Letter from Stephen March 10th, 2011 10:34:14 am
StephenKing.com is proud to officially announce The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole. The next installment of the epic series is set for release in 2012. For more information, see the announcement letter from Stephen at the link below: