New short story

Posted: November 25, 2002, 00:00
McSweeney's magazine> is going to have a story by King in its 10th issue. It hasn't been confirmed whether this is something new or not though but I hope for something new. In an interview for Washington Post Glen David Gold said the following:

"For people who are waiting for another piece of work, I've got a story in the upcoming McSweeney's. Michael Chabon is editing an all genre issue. So I thought I'd write a ghost story, then Michael said that was great, and here's a list of other people contributing and it was "Stephen King -- Ghost Story." I wrote a serial killer elephant story."

As far as I have found out the issue of McSweeny's contains "all original material". In other words, everything indicates that King's story will be a new story, or rather a new ghost tale. No title yet though... More news to come so stay tuned!

The issue should be out for subscribers in January and in some bookstores in February. Other authors futured are; Nick Hornby, Michael Crichton, Neil Gaiman, Elmore Leonard, Harlan Ellison, Dan Chaon, Dave Eggers, Sherman Alexie,
Aimee Bender, Rick Moody, Jim Shepard, and others