- Publisher Barry Hoffman of Gauntlet Press
is publishing a 10-volume signed, limited collection of the 92 scripts Rod
Serling wrote for The Twilight Zone. Robert McCammon has written an
appreciation of the show for Volume 2, which is scheduled to be published in
Spring 2005. The 52-copy lettered edition will also be signed by
McCammon; the numbered editions will include the appreciation, but will not be
signed by McCammon. For more information, see the
web site. There's already a page for Volume 1; a page for Volume 2 will be
added by month's end.
- Russian publisher ACT has published two new paperback editions of
Stinger and Usher's Passing. The covers have been added to the Cover Gallery.
- The possible film adaptation of MINE is again mentioned in a
SciFi.com interview with Frank Darabont.
- The 1980's incarnation of The Twilight Zone comes to DVD in two sets
in December 2004 and March 2005. The season one set includes the adaptation of
Robert McCammon's short story "Nightcrawlers." The episode
was directed by William Friedkin and is generally regarded as one of the best
episodes of that series. The web site
TVshowsonDVD has more information.
- Graphic artist and independent filmmaker Jesse D'Angelo has contributed a
drawing inspired by Stinger. You can find it on the Fan Artwork page.
- A link to a BookLoons.com review of Speaks the Nightbird has
been added to the Speaks the Nightbird page.
- The agent handling Robert McCammon's work as changed. Please see the FAQ for contact information about acquiring the rights to
- In case you've had some trouble finding the site, the official domain
name for this site is now only RobertMcCammon.com.
The name with the middle initial "R" is no longer registered.
(The domain name was changed in May 2003, but both have been registered until
- Artist Eric Hofstetter of One Eleven Illustrated has contributed images of his version of
cover art for The Wolf's Hour. Check out the Fan
Artwork Gallery to see Eric's painting. Thanks, Eric!
- Robert McCammon is working on a sequel to Speaks the Nightbird! More details to
follow in the coming months.
- Jerry Vasilatos is a producer/director who recently directed a scene
from Robert McCammon's "Blue World" novella for his directing
reel and the "Project Greenlight" contest. You can read more
about this—and find a link to his web site to view the results—on the
- The Crimson White, the University of Alabama's student
newspaper, turns 110 this year. A recent AP article on the paper
includes quotes from Robert McCammon, who served as the paper's editor in
- A new section devoted to fan-created artwork based on Robert McCammon's
work has been added to the site. The first contributing artist is
Doreen Nocera, who contributed artwork
inspired by Swan Song and Stinger. Click here to view Doreen's art, or click on
the new "Fan Artwork" link in the menu.