Oct 092011
 

Robert McCammon eBooksOn October 18, 2011, much of Robert McCammon’s pre-Speaks the Nightbird backlist, from Mystery Walk through Gone South, will be available in various eBook formats. The books will be published by Open Road Integrated Media, and more information, including a video profile of Robert McCammon, will be available on October 18.

The books are already pre-orderable from Amazon (Kindle) and iTunes (iBooks).  Click here for order links for all of the McCammon ebooks! As soon as Barnes & Noble adds the titles, the page will be updated to include the NOOK links, as well.

 

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The Five cover art, story reprint, more fan art, and a Vincent Chong remarque

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Feb 232011
 


  • Subterranean Press has posted the cover art for The Five. You can click on the image below to see a larger version.

  • Robert McCammon’s Bram-Stoker Award-winning short story “The Deep End” will be reprinted later this year in a new anthology entitled Creatures: Thirty Years of Monsters. The book is edited by John Langan and Paul Tremblay. It will be published in November 2011 as a trade paperback by Prime Books. The full Table of Contents for the book can be found here.
  • Fan Kazuki Tamada sent in another illustration inspired by The Wolf’s Hour. You can see the image on Kazuki’s Fan Art page or click on the image below.
  • I recently acquired a copy of the trade hardcover edition of Mister Slaughter that has a full-page, original remarque done by Vincent Chong. I’ve added a scan of the image to the Book Cover Gallery.


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Oct 282010
 

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Photos from Oneonta Public Library fundraiser

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May 042010
 

On April 20, 2010, Robert McCammon attended a conference/fundraiser for the Oneonta Public Library in Alabama. Photos from the event can be found here. Thanks to the Oneonta Public Library for the photos.

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