Wind Through The Keyhole

Read An Excerpt From Stephen King's New Dark Tower Novel, 'The Wind Through The Keyhole'

News by Brandon Tietz December 29, 2011
Stephen King returns to Mid-World in April with his eighth Dark Tower novel, 'The Wind Through the Keyhole.' Read an exclusive excerpt from
Jack Ketchum, photographed by Steve Thornton

Essay By Jack Ketchum: 'Splat Goes the Hero: Visceral Horror'

News by Dennis Widmyer
In this essay by legendary writer Jack Ketchum, he explores the impact of writing visceral horror and the effect it has on both him and his readers.
Book sales at brick-and-mortar stores are up!

Print Book Sales Are Up, Shocking Everyone

News by Rob Hart December 13, 2011
Despite fears that eReaders would gouge print book sales this holiday season, book stores are actually showing higher profits compared to last year.

10 Gift Ideas No Book Lover Can Live Without This Holiday Season

Column by Meredith Borders December 9, 2011
Stumped on what to buy Dad, Mom, your friends, your fella or your lady? Allow us to help.
Bad Sex in Literature

Lit Mag Announces Nominees For Year's Worst Sex Scenes In Literature

News by Rob Hart November 22, 2011
Every year, the Literary Review honors the most terribly-written, horribly contrived sex scenes with the Bad Sex in Literature award, and here are the nominees...
'11/22/63' by Stephen King

'11/22/63' by Stephen King

Review by Richard Thomas November 18, 2011
On November 22, 1963, three shots rang out in Dallas, president Kennedy died, and the world changed. What if you could go back and change it?

Vampires: No Longer “The Ultimate Zipless Fuck?”

Column by Karina Wilson November 18, 2011
This month's LURID column: Has Twilight sucked all the fun out of vampire sex?
Under The Dome

Brian K. Vaughn Hired to Adapt "Under the Dome"

News by Brandon Tietz
Acclaimed comic book writer Brian K. Vaughn will be penning the adaptation of Stephen King's "Under the Dome."

LURID: Does King Deserve The Crown?

Column by Karina Wilson October 31, 2011
LURID: vivid in shocking detail; sensational, horrible in savagery or violence, or a monthly guide to the merits of all those Bad Books you never want your co-workers to know you're reading.
Ben Affleck might be directing a film version of The Stand

Ben Affleck Might Be Directing "The Stand"

News by Rob Hart October 24, 2011
Ben Affleck is the top choice to direct the film version of Stephen King's epic novel, "The Stand."
Dr. Sleep

Watch Stephen King Read From His Sequel to "The Shining"

News by Joshua Chaplinsky October 1, 2011
The rumors are true. Stephen King is writing a sequel to "The Shining," and it has vampires in it.