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Dark Tower News

  • (Dec 11) OH MY GOD!!! We now have official confirmation on the title of Dark Tower 5: WOLVES OF THE CALLA. (Thank you so much, J. Nolan!) King is apparently "on schedule," and while there's no confirmed publication date, we're looking at a possilbe early 2003! YEY!

    (Aug 07) From King's official website: The Crawling Shadow (tentative title for Volume V of The Dark Tower series) Novel Health permitting, Steve expects to recommence work on the Dark Tower series in January 2001. OH MY GOD! WOO-HOO!!! Time to update my DT pages...

    (Jul 11) I added a page for the proposed new Dark Tower novel, "Thunderclap" (in quotes because the title is HIGHLY speculative). All new info I get about that book will appear there first, but I'll create a permanant link to there from here. Visit that site --->Thunderclap [now The Crawling Shadow].

    (Jul 11) Last year, Robert Silverberg's Legends was released containing short novels which work within major fantasy writers' epics. King's contribution, "The Little Sisters of Eluria," was a Dark Tower story. Now, the rather large collection will be released in three seperate volumes, volume 1 in September (containing both King and Orson Scott Card -- Wahoo for me!), Volume 2 in November, and volume 3 in February 2000. THe King story is great -- the most classic "horror" of his cross-genre epic. Enjoy!

    Dark Tower Books

    'The Man in Black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed...'
    Three is the number of your fate...
    'Blaine is a pain...'
    Ka like a wind...
    Major Arcana

  • The Gunslinger
  • The Drawing of the Three
  • The Waste Lands
  • Wizard & Glass
  • Wolves of the Calla
  • The Song of Susannah
  • The Dark Tower

    Minor Arcana

  • The Stand
  • The Eyes of the Dragon
  • Insomnia
  • Hearts in Atlantis
  • Black House

    Dark Tower Poems

    Read two poems that continue to inspire Roland's journey to the Dark Tower:

  • Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came, by Robert Browning
  • The Waste Land, by T.S. Eliot

    Dark Tower Links

  • The Dark Tower Compendium -- by Anthony Schwethelm; this is by far the best Dark Tower site out there -- very exhaustive and fun!
  • The Dark Tower FAQ, by Jordan Lund
  • The Dark Tower Dreamcast. Widgett's compilation of the best damn cast this side of Mejis.
  • Roland's Riddles: A Dark Tower IV Site
  • Robert Silverberg's Legends (new DT Story)
  • The Barony of Gilead
  • The Last Gunslinger

    More to come!


    Dark Tower-Inspired Links

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    The best Oz site in the world!

    And as you depart, remember:

    Kev's page is COOL, and that is the truth.

    The TOWER!

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