Archive for Sunday, September 16, 2001

Stephen King, Garrison Keillor and Anne Rice offer their usual literary fare

September 16, 2001


Some major publications scheduled for the fall:


"Black House" (Random House) Stephen King and Peter Straub's sequel to their best-selling "The Talisman."

"Blood and Gold" (Alfred A. Knopf) more vampire chronicles from Anne Rice.

"Coldheart Canyon: A Hollywood Ghost Story" (HarperCollins) Clive Barker shows us dark times in Tinseltown.

"Coming Soon!!!" (Houghton Mifflin) John Barth's first novel in a decade.

"The Corrections" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) Jonathan Franzen's novel about a troubled family's Christmas gathering.

"The Devil's Larder" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) Jim Crace offers 60 short pieces about various appetites.

"The Family" (ReganBooks) a historical novel from the late Mario Puzo.

"Fury" (Random House) Salman Rushdie's new novel is based in New York City.

"Hotel of the Saints" (Simon & Schuster) stories from Ursula Hegi.

"Lake Wobegon Summer 1956" (Viking) adolescent memories from Garrison Keillor.

"Long Time No See" (HarperCollins) Susan Isaac's follow-up to "Compromising Positions."

"Middle Age" (Ecco) Joyce Carol Oates looks at the lives of the rich and middle-aged.

"A Murder, a Mystery and a Marriage" (W.W. Norton) a short Mark Twain novel published in book form for the first time.

"The Pickup" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) the latest from Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer features a rich South African and an illegal alien.

"Portrait in Sepia" (HarperCollins) Isabel Allende's third novel in a trilogy that began with "House of the Spirits."


"Call Me Crazy" (Scribner) Anne Heche's memoirs.

"Christmas in Plains" (Simon & Schuster) former President Carter remembers childhood Christmas gatherings.

"Crashing the Party" (St. Martin's Press) Ralph Nader looks back on his 2000 presidential run.

"Dashiell Hammett: A Daughter Remembers" (Carroll & Graf) Jo Hammett writes about her famous father.

"Hello Darlin"' (Simon & Schuster) Larry Hagman's life and times.

"Hoop Roots" (Houghton Mifflin) John Edgar Wideman writes about basketball.

"How I Play Golf" (Warner) lessons from Tiger Woods.

"It's True! It's True!" (ReganBooks) the memoirs of wrestling star Kurt Angle.

"Life and Def" (Crown) hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons tell his story.

"Mad Cow, Mad Dow" (ReganBooks) topical humor from Michael Moore.

"Madonna" (St. Martin's Press) Andrew Morton's unauthorized biography of the singer-actress.

"Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones" (Doubleday) the music producer's memoirs.

"Reaching for Glory" (Simon & Schuster) transcripts of White House tapes during President Lyndon B. Johnson's administration.

"Savage Beauty" (Random House) Nancy Milford's authorized biography of the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay.

"Theodore Rex" (Random House) Edmund Morris' sequel to his award-winning "The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt."

"Too Close to Call" (Random House) Jeffrey Toobin sums up the 2000 presidential election.

"Vernon Can Read! A Memoir" (Public Affairs) the memoirs of civil rights leader and Washington power broker Vernon Jordan.

"Where the Stress Falls" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) essays by Susan Sontag.

"Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" (New Press) Studs Terkel presents stories about mortality.

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