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    Dark Tower: The Wind Through The Keyhole - DMG Limited Editions in 2012

    I just received the latest DMG newsletter. The Wind Through the Keyhole will be published in the spring of 2012, to be illustrated by Jae Lee.
    That's the good news!!
    800 Copies will be signed by King. Ouch - that's the bad news. This will leave many people without a copy. I do hope Grant will allow first come, first serve....
    Btw, there will be an artist edition as well, signed by Lee.

    I am happy about this - sort of.....

    sk

    #2
    I'm still wowed by the fact that there will be another Dark Tower book. That's so cool!

    Brian
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      #3
      Pulled this off of Donald M. Grant's website. Looks like those who had numbers 1-800 of LSOE will get first dibs on the limited of The Wind Through the Keyhole.

      Originally posted by grantbooks.com
      COMING IN 2012

      THE DARK TOWER: THE WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE by

      STEPHEN KING

      We are not taking orders at this time, do not have prices and have not set a release date. Please do not call or email us asking for more information than is posted here. Updates will be announced in future issues of our newsletter and also posted here. We also advise you to sign up for Stephen King's newsletter at stephenking.com.

      Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. will, in the Spring of 2012 be publishing limited editions of this new Dark Tower novel by Stephen King which will be illustrated by Jae Lee.

      Stephen King has agreed to sign 800 copies of a Deluxe Edition which will be issued in a tray case. These will also be signed by Jae Lee. In keeping with our policies of supporting long time customers, owners of Deluxe Edition copies of THE LITTLE SISTERS OF ELURIA numbered 1-800 will have the first option to buy this Deluxe Edition.

      In addition there will be a limited “Artist” Edition which will be signed by Jae Lee and will be issued in a slipcase.
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        #4
        Looking forward to an artist edition!!!

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          #5
          Dark Tower: The Wind Through The Keyhole - DMG Limited Editions in 2012

          Welcome to issue #71 of the Donald M. Grant Newsletter

          9 May 2011

          ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          1. DARK TOWER: THE WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE
          -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

          1. DARK TOWER: THE WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE

          Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. will, in Spring of 2012, be
          publishing limited editions of this new Dark Tower novel by
          Stephen King which will be illustrated by Jae Lee.

          We are not taking orders at this time, do not have prices and
          have not set a release date. Please do not call or email us asking
          for more information than is in this newsletter. Updates will be
          announced in future issues of this newsletter. We also advise you
          to sign up for Stephen King’s newsletter at stephenking.com.

          Stephen King has agreed to sign 800 copies of a Deluxe Edition
          which will be issued in a tray case. These will also be signed by
          Jae Lee. In keeping with our policies of supporting long time
          customers, owners of Deluxe Edition copies of THE LITTLE
          SISTERS OF ELURIA numbered 1-800 will have the first option
          to buy this Deluxe Edition.

          In addition there will be a limited “Artist” Edition which will be
          signed by Jae Lee and will be issued in a slipcase.

          When more information is available we will let you know
          through this newsletter and we will also post it at:

          https://secure.grantbooks.com/z-sk-dt-twttk.html

          Thank you.

          Robert K. Wiener, President
          Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc.
          I am so freaking excited about this.

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            #6
            Oops. Before seeing this thread, I just started one in the "Other Publishers Books" subforum of the "Book Projects" forum.

            Sorry about that. Feel free to merge at will, Mods.

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              #7
              My DT number was/is 1009 and I was so hoping for another signed/limited.
              Of course there's always the secundary market, but I'll be paying through the nose....

              sk

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                #8
                Originally posted by frik51 View Post
                My DT number was/is 1009 and I was so hoping for another signed/limited.
                Of course there's always the secundary market, but I'll be paying through the nose....

                sk
                Who knows, you could get lucky and be able to buy one from the publisher in the end. I bet there will be some collectors in the 1 to 800 range who just don't buy for whatever reason -- the economy, etc. Their loss could be your gain!

                Brian
                Brian James Freeman
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                  #9
                  You may be right, Brian.
                  Maybe there will be a lottery for the unclaimed books.
                  Of course, there's always the AE, but the S/L will just have to join the other DT S/Ls.
                  The Gunslinger is the only one missing....so far...

                  sk

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                    #10
                    I'm excited! Wizard & Glass was my favorite DT book, so I'm really looking forward to this one. Plus, I have #464, so I'm good for the S/L.
                    Last edited by divemaster; 05-14-2011, 02:48 AM. Reason: #464 not #474

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by divemaster View Post
                      I'm excited! Wizard & Glass was my favorite DT book, so I'm really looking forward to this one. Plus, I have #474, so I'm good for the S/L.
                      I was in high school when W&G came out. I had read my mom's Plume trade paperbacks of the previous books, of course. I was working at a Waldenbooks and we received 5 copies of the Grant edition of W&G -- I had never seen a book like it before and I was instantly hooked on the small press!

                      Brian
                      Brian James Freeman
                      brianfreeman@cemeterydance.com

                      Cemetery Dance Publications: http://www.cemeterydance.com
                      Lonely Road Books: http://www.lonelyroadbooks.com
                      LetterPress Publications: http://www.LetterPressPublications.com
                      My Writing: http://www.BrianJamesFreeman.com

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by divemaster View Post
                        I'm excited! Wizard & Glass was my favorite DT book
                        And mine.
                        King hit just the right note: a harrowing love story, amazing set-pieces, great action.
                        Some of his best story-telling ever.

                        sk

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                          #13
                          Will this be King's last Dark Tower book? Can he really leave this world behind? If he does not write another Dark Tower book will other works continue to contain Dark Tower elements?

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                            #14
                            I'm hoping it is not the last book that has something to do with this world he has created. I for one miss those characters and will greatly enjoy having a new story to read with them. I might have to start reading the series again from the start and read this new one in between 4 and 5. We'll see though, as I have lots of books still to be read
                            WARNING!!! WARNING!!! DO NOT VIEW THIS SPOILER! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!!
                            Spoiler!

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                              #15
                              I hope to buy one but my number is 944 so I will have to wait and see if any of them become available......

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