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August 2014 Issue of Esquire Magazine To Feature New Stephen King Short Story, ‘That Bus Is Another World’


The August 2014 edition of Esquire magazine will feature a new Stephen King short story entitled ‘That Bus Is Another World’ and the 3 page story is described as follows:

“What does it take to distract a man from being late for the interview of his life? Something evil.”


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Patton Oswalt: The Esquire Q&A

Patton Oswalt, the actor/comic talks about epic TV, The Return of the Jedi, the blessings of early failure, and a dirty animal joke.

Read the Esquire Q&A HERE.


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August 2012 Issue of Esquire Now Available – Contains Part 2 of “In The Tall Grass” by Stephen King & Joe Hill

Part 2 of “In the Tall Grass” by Stephen King and Joe Hill is now available on newstands in the August edition of Esquire.

The father and son collaboration will be available only in the print and iPad editions of the magazine.

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June/July Issue of Esquire To Feature New Fiction by Stephen King & Joe Hill

Esquire will publish a collaboration by Stephen King and his son Joe Hill as part of its launch of an e-book series called “Fiction for Men.”

The new story, “In the Tall Grass” will be published in two parts, the first to appear in the June/July issue and the conclusion in the August issue.

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Stephen King’s Novella Morality In The July 2009 Esquire Magazine

As I reported earlier this year, the new Stephen King novella entitled Morality is featured in the July 2009 issue of Esquire magazine.  The magazine should be on newsstands this week and features the Israeli model, Bar Refaeli on the cover with a temporary tattoo of the story covering her body. 

Here is a brief synopsis of the story: Chad, an aspiring writer who is teaching school until he lands a publishing contract, and his wife, Nora, who is working as a home nurse for a retired minister, are like most people these days struggling financially.  Nora is approached by her employer with a proposition that could make their dream of a home in Vermont a reality.  But will it be worth the moral consequences? 

July 2009 Esquire


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Stephen King Novella Will Appear In Summer Esquire Magazine

I spoke to Stephen King’s office yesterday about the upcoming novella entitled Morality.  According to Marsha DeFilippo, Mr. King’s assistant, the story will appear this summer in Esquire magazine possibly around July.  I’ll post more information when it becomes available.


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The 75th Anniversary Issue of Esquire Will Feature An E-Paper Cover

Esquire magazine is turning 75 and is celebrating the momentous event by releasing the first magazine ever with an electronic-ink-display cover. Only 100,000 copies of the high-tech October issue are heading to newstands, since the technology is still new and expensive.

The flashy cover, which uses the same technology as the Amazon Kindle e-book reader, is powered by a special battery that will keep the display on for at least 90 days. David Granger, the magazine’s editor-in-chief, told The New York Times that the magazine has been playing with the idea of using electronic paper since 2000 until it finally became possible and hired an engineer in China to develop a battery small enough to be inserted in the magazine cover.

In a nod to the digital age, Esquire’s cover will flash the words “the 21st Century Begins Now,” and the issue will be dedicated to “exploring the ideas, people and issues that will be the foundation of the 21st century” according to Granger.

This little stunt will cost the magazine a pretty penny, which is why Ford will co-sponsor the issue by running a double-page e-ink advertisement on the back of the magazine featuring the new Ford Flex crossover vehicle.

Expect the magazine to hit newstands in mid-September and eBay shortly thereafter. Can’t wait to see the bidding war on this one.  (Reprinted from Yahoo Buzz)


Michael Chabon’s New Novel, Moonglow To Arrive On November 22, 2016


Following on the heels of his New York Times bestselling novel Telegraph Avenue, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon delivers another literary masterpiece: a novel of truth and lies, family legends, and existential adventure—and the forces that work to destroy us

In 1989, fresh from the publication of his first novel, The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, Michael Chabon traveled to his mother’s home in Oakland, California to visit his terminally ill grandfather. Tongue loosened by powerful painkillers, memory stirred by the imminence of death, Chabon’s grandfather shared recollections and told stories the younger man had never heard before, uncovering bits and pieces of a history long buried and forgotten. That dreamlike week of revelations forms the basis for the novel Moonglow, the latest feat of legerdemain in the ongoing magic act that is the art of Michael Chabon.

Moonglow unfolds as the deathbed confession, made to his grandson, of a man the narrator refers to only as “my grandfather.” It is a tale of madness, of war and adventure, of sex and desire and ordinary love, of existential doubt and model rocketry, of the shining aspirations and demonic underpinnings of American technological accomplishment at mid-century and, above all, of the destructive impact—and the creative power—of the keeping of secrets and the telling of lies. A gripping, poignant, tragicomic, scrupulously researched and wholly imaginary transcript of a life that spanned the dark heart of the twentieth century, Moonglow is also a tour de force of speculative history in which Chabon attempts to reconstruct the mysterious origins and fate of Chabon Scientific, Co., an authentic mail-order novelty company whose ads for scale models of human skeletons, combustion engines and space rockets were once a fixture in the back pages of Esquire, Popular Mechanics, and Boy’s Life. Along the way Chabon devises and reveals, in bits and pieces whose hallucinatory intensity is matched only by their comic vigor and the radiant moonglow of his prose, a secret history of his own imagination.

From the Jewish slums of prewar South Philadelphia to the invasion of Germany, from a Florida retirement village to the penal utopia of New York’s Wallkill Prison, from the heyday of the space program to the twilight of “the American Century,” Moonglow collapses an era into a single life and a lifetime into a single week. A lie that tells the truth, a work of fictional non-fiction, an autobiography wrapped in a novel disguised as a memoir, Moonglow is Chabon at his most daring, his most moving, his most Chabonesque.

Moonglow will be available on November 22, 2016.

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KaPow Posters To Release Hellboy: War On Hell Poster By Jeremy Wheeler On Friday

KaPow Posters is excited to announce that this Friday they will be premiering a brand new poster by Jeremy Wheeler. Jeremy is a poster artist based in the Midwest. This year he has gained attention for several of his horror prints, including a blacklight Suspiria poster, a Freddy Krueger VHS tribute piece, and his John Carpenter charity print for Death Waltz Recording Co. Additionally, his work has been seen in several magazines, including Esquire. 

This piece titled “War on Hell” pays homage to the world of Hellboy and the artist has perfectly captured the Lovecraftian world that exists inside the Hellboy comics.

The prints will go on sale on Friday December 27, 2013 at 10:30am CST and you can order them HERE.


War on Hell by Jeremy Wheeler. Hand numbered edition of 150. 9″x24″ 5-colors on 100lb French Paper. Printed by VG kids. $30


War on Hell by Jeremy Wheeler. Hand numbered edition of 150. 9″x24″ 2-colors with Glow Ink on 100lb French Paper. Printed by VGKids. $30

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The Shortlist Presents Alternative Thor: The Dark World Posters

It’s been a busy year for the Avengers. First, Tony Stark returned in Iron Man 3, this year’s most successful film at the box office. A few months later, the Marvel universe was expanded even more with ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

And in November Thor: The Dark World, the follow-up to the 2011 film will swing into theaters like a flying hammer. To celebrate the release, The Shortlist commissioned artists to create their own poster designs for the film.


Matt Needle


Ollie Boyd


Peter Stults


Matt Ferguson


Scott Woolston


Liam Bushby


Paul Jeffrey


Jamie Roberts 


Samuel Esquire

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