King surprised people at his St. Petersburg appearance on Saturday by reading a new 7500-word short story called “Willa,” which was described by one attendee as being about a group of people waiting for a train to come pick them up after theirs was derailed. Here’s a report on the event. He hinted that one of his future books may have a Florida setting.
Here’s an article from the London Telegraph in which the author states: Maine man merits a literary coronation.
Tomorrow is Cell day, and the reviews are starting to emerge. Beware: they may contain spoilers.
- Janet Maslin in the NY Times
- Dale McGarrigle in the Bangor Daily News
- Charles Ealy in the Dallas Morning News
- Karen Sandstrom in the Cleveland Plain Dealer
- Dorman T. Shindler in the Seattle Times
- Erica Noonan in the Boston Globe
- Rene Rodriguez in the Miami Herald
- Carol Memmott in USA TODAY
- Alan Johnson in the Columbus Dispatch