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    Quote Originally Posted by Bev Vincent View Post
    Christopher Zavisa ran Land of Enchantment Press in 1979 when he approached King with the idea of doing an illustrated calendar. Don't know anything more about him than that.
    Thanks guys! anything else would be appreciated!
    Geoff

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    From an interview with Bernie Wrightson:

    JP: How about Chris Zavisa (Land of Enchantment)?

    BW: Never a problem with Chris. I think Chris is gearing up to getting out of the publishing business.

    JP: I had heard that his last book (Twilight Eyes) was quite successful.

    BW: I thought that it was great. It was very well written. The fellow who illustrated it is just marvelous. He’s still young and he could work a bit more; it’s fundamentally all there. He did some things that I was jealous of in that. The packaging was just beautiful; Chris is essentially a packager. He could take anyone’s work and make it look good. He’s a real stickler about reproduction.

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    Land of Enchantment - Detroit. Publications:

    Satan's Tears : the art of Alex Niño - Christopher Zavisa. Land of Enchantment, 1977.

    A Look Back - Berni Wrightson, written, designed & edited by Christopher Zavisa ; special introduction by Harlan Ellison. - Land of Enchantment, 1979.

    Stephen King - Cycle of the Werewolf, Land of Enchantment / Christopher Zavisa, 1983

    Twilight Eyes by Koontz, Dean R. Illustrated By Phil Parks. Publisher: Christopher Zavisa / Land of Enchantment, Published: 1985

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    FYI,
    Several weeks ago, in an incredibly stupid blunder, I deleted the original Q&A thread. It could not be recovered.
    I will do my best not to screw this one up.
    GGuthrie, thanks for starting a new one.

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    Default the Stephen KING illustrated Trivia Book...

    Hi,

    this books seems very interesting, and i plann to find a copy of it... but i'd like to have an overview of the illlustrated questions, to see what it looks like (coz i am curious..)

    would it be possible to have a picture of 1-2 illustrated questions from the book?


    Bev?

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    I think I have them all somewhere.
    My name is on that book! Nine questions were published out of 19 that I sent.
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    The question "The sparrows are flying again in which novel?" accompanies the attached image. (Click on thumbnail below)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
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    Several weeks ago, in an incredibly stupid blunder, I deleted the original Q&A thread. It could not be recovered.
    I will do my best not to screw this one up.
    GGuthrie, thanks for starting a new one.
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    Thanks Mr. Rabbit!

    no problem Jerome
    Geoff

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    OK it looks pretty impressive and i will need to get a copy of it :-)
    thanks Bev!

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    Do you guys know a website which a quite good and uptodate list of books ABOUT King's works?

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    Do you guys know a website which a quite good and uptodate list of books ABOUT King's works?
    ‘Demon Driven: Stephen King and the Art of Writing’ Ed: George Beahm 1994
    ‘Stephen King: America’s Best-Loved Boogeyman’ George Beahm 1998
    ‘Stephen King Collectibles: An Illustrated Price Guide’ George Beahm 2000
    ‘Stephen King Country’ George Beahm 1999
    ‘Stephen King from A to Z’ George Beahm 1998
    ‘The Stephen King Companion’ George Beahm 1989, 1995
    ‘The Stephen King Story’ George Beahm 1991, 1992
    ‘Stephen King’ Ed: Harold Bloom 1998; also with Cindy Dyson 2002
    ‘The Unseen King’ Tyson Blue 1989
    ‘The Ultimate, Unauthorized Stephen King Trivia Challenge’ Robert W Bly 1997
    ‘Stephen King: a Reader´s Checklist and Reference Guide’ CheckerBee Publishing (Ed.) 1999
    ‘Horror Plum’d: An International Stephen King Bibliography 1960-2000’ Michael Collings 2003
    ‘The Annotated Guide to Stephen King’ Michael Collings 1986
    ‘The Films of Stephen King’ Michael Collings 1986
    ‘The Many Facets of Stephen King’ Michael Collings 1985
    ‘The Shorter Works of Stephen King’ Michael Collings and David A Engebretson 1985
    ‘Stephen King as Richard Bachman’ Michael Collings 1985
    ‘The Stephen King Phenomenon’ Michael Collings 1987
    ‘The Work of Stephen King’ Michael Collings 1996
    ‘Stephen King’ Karin S Coddon 2004
    ‘Stephen King Goes to Hollywood’ Jeff Conner 1987
    ‘Stephen King’s America’ Jonathan P Davis 1994
    ‘The Illustrated Stephen King Trivia Book’ Brian Freeman and Bev Vincent 2004
    ‘The Stephen King Internet Guide’ Beth Gehman 1999
    ‘Towerpent: A Fan’s Guide to Stephen King’s The Dark Tower’ Ed: Tyler Hall 2004
    ‘A Checklist and Bibliography of the First Appearances of the Novels and Short Stories of Stephen King’ Owen Haskell 1985
    ‘Reign of Fear: The Fiction and Films of Stephen King’ Ed: Don Herron 1988
    ‘The Gothic World of Stephen King: Landscapes of Nightmares’ Ed: Gary Hoppenstand and Ray B Browne 1987
    ‘Stephen King at the Movies’ Jessie Horsting 1986
    ‘Maps of Heaven, Maps of Hell: Religious Terror as Memory from the Puritans to Stephen King’ Edward J Ingebretsen 1996
    ‘Creepshows: The Illustrated Stephen King Movie Guide’ Stephen Jones 2001
    ‘Stephen King’ Amy Keyishian and Marjorie Keyishian 1996
    ‘Danse Macabre’ Stephen King 1981
    ‘On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft’ Stephen King 2000
    ‘Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women’ Kathleen Lant and Theresa Thompson 1998
    ‘The Films of Stephen King’ Ann Lloyd 1993
    ‘A Casebook on The Stand’ Ed: Tony Magistrale 1992
    ‘The Dark Descent: Essays Defining Stephen King’s Horrorscape’ Ed: Tony Magistrale 1992
    ‘Discovering Stephen King’s The Shining’ Ed: Tony Magistrale 1998
    ‘Hollywood’s Stephen King’ Tony Magistrale 2003
    ‘Landscape of Fear: Stephen King’s American Gothic’ Tony Magistrale 1988
    ‘The Moral Voyages of Stephen King’ Tony Magistrale 1989
    ‘The Shining Reader’ Ed: Anthony Magistrale 1991
    ‘Stephen King: The Second Decade’ Tony Magistrale 1992
    ‘Reading Stephen King: Issues of Censorship, Student Choice, and Popular Literature’ Ed: Brenda Miller Power, Jeffrey D Wilhelm and Kelly Chandler 1997
    ‘In the Darkest Night: A Student’s Guide to Stephen King’ Tim Murphy 1990
    ‘Stephen King: The First Decade, Carrie to Pet Sematary’ Joseph Reino 1988
    ‘Stephen King: A Critical Companion’ Sharon A Russell 1996
    ‘Stephen King: Master of Horror’ Anne Saidman 1992
    ‘Discovering Stephen King’ Ed: Darrell Schweitzer 1985
    ‘The Essential Stephen King’ Stephen Spignesi 2001
    ‘The Lost Work of Stephen King’ Stephen Spignesi 1998
    ‘The Shape Under the Sheet; The Complete Stephen King Encyclopedia’ Stephen Spignesi 1991
    ‘The Second Stephen King Quiz Book’ Stephen Spignesi 1992
    ‘The Stephen King Quiz Book’ Stephen Spignesi 1990
    ‘Stephen King: Man and Artist’ Carroll F Terrell 1990
    ‘Fangoria: Masters of the Dark – Stephen King and Clive Barker’ Ed: Anthony Timpone 1997
    ‘Bare Bones: Conversations of Terror with Stephen King’ Ed: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller 1988
    ‘Fear Itself: The Horror Fiction of Stephen King’ Ed: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller 1982, 1984
    ‘Feast of Fear: Conversations with Stephen King’ Ed: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller 1989
    ‘Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King’ Ed: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller 1986
    ‘The Complete Stephen King’ James Van Hise 1987
    ‘Enterprise Incidents Presents Stephen King’ Ed: James Van Hise 1984
    ‘Stephen King and Clive Barker: The Illustrated Guide to the Masters of the Macabre’ Ed: James Van Hise 1990
    ‘Stephen King and Clive Barker: Masters of the Macabre II’ Ed: James Van Hise 1992
    ‘The Road to the Dark Tower: Exploring Stephen King's Magnum Opus’ Bev Vincent 2004
    ‘The Stephen King Universe’ Stanley Wiater and Christopher Golden, with Hank Wagner 2001
    ‘Stephen King: King of Thrillers and Horrors’ Suzan Wilson 2000
    ‘Stephen King’ Douglas E Winter 1982
    ‘Stephen King: The Art of Darkness’ Douglas E Winter 1984, 1986
    ‘The Complete Guide to the Works of Stephen King’ Rocky Wood, David Rawsthorne and Norma Blackburn 2003, 2003 (SKEMERs Edition), 2003 (Second Edition), 2004 (Third Edition)
    ‘Stephen King’ John F Wukovits 1999
    ‘Teacher’s Manual: Novels of Stephen King’ Edward J Zagorski 1981
    ‘Stephen King: A Reader’s Checklist and Reference Guide’ Unknown 1999

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    Just for you Herbert, in French

    STEPHEN KING SOUS TOUTES LES COUTURESAuthor(s): Various including: Gilles Bergal, Alessandro Arturo, Sophie Peltier, Jacques Van Herp, Jean-Daniel Brèque, Stéphane Hannequin, Patrick Lehance, Dominique Warfa, Stéphane Nicot, Jean-Marc Ligny, Marc De Leeuw, Eddy C. Bertin, Pascale Munaretti, Philippe Lemay, Denis Labbé, Isabelle Levonian, Gérard Coisne, Jacques Finné, Serge Brussolo, Daniel Walthet, Alain DartevellePublisher: Editions Phénix (published both in France & Belgium). Date: December 1991 ISBN: 2-87383-000-X Pages: 299
    STEPHEN KING - DE L'ANGOISSE A LA PEURAuthor: Christophe Kauffman Publisher: Editions Phénix (published both in France & Belgium). Date: 1993 ISBN: 2-87383-007-7 Pages: 91
    LES DOSSIERS DE PHENIX: STEPHEN KINGAuthor(s): Various including: Alessandro Arturo, Jacques Van Herp, Martin Coenen,Yvon Godefroid, Denis Labbé, Christophe Kauffman, Gilbert Gallerne, Jean-Daniel Brèque, Dominique Warfa, Stéphane Nicot, Jean-Marc Ligny, Marc De Leeuw, Gérard Coisne, Jacques Finné, Serge Brussolo, Daniel Walthet, Alain Dartevelle, Christophe Corthouts, Alain SprauelPublisher: Editions Lefrancq (published both in France & Belgium).Date: 1995 ISBN: 2-87153-228-1 Pages: 392
    STEPHEN KING - HANTISE DE L'ECRIVAINAuthor: Philippe Hemsen Publisher: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion Date: 1997 ISBN: 2-85939-524-5 Pages: 336
    STEPHEN KING: TRENTE ANS DE TERREUR. Author: Hugues Morin Publisher: Unknown (Published in French language in Quebec, Canada) Date: 1997 ISBN: Not available Pages: Not available
    STEPHEN KING: PARCOURS D'UNE ŒUVREAuthor: Laurent Bourdier Publisher: Editions Encrage Date: 1999 ISBN: 2-906389-98-6 Pages: 160
    STEPHEN KING: LE FAISEUR D'HISTOIRES Author: Jean-Pierre DufreignePublisher: Editions MazarineDate: 1999 ISBN: 9-782863-743089 Pages: 170
    STEPHEN KING ET LE SEXEAuthor: Roland ErnouldPublisher: Editions NaturellementDate : 1999 ISBN : 2-910370-71-2 Pages : 540
    STEPHEN KING : PREMIERES APPROCHES Author(s) : Guy Astic Publisher : Unknown Date : 2000 ISBN : Not available Pages : Not available
    TENEBRES - SPECIAL STEPHEN KING Author(s) : Various including : Laurent Bourdier, Daniel Conrad, Benoît Domis, Lou Van Hille, Richard D. Nolane, Jean-Daniel Brèque, Roberta Lannes, Stanley Wiater, Tyson Blue, Roland Ernould, Harlan Ellison, Stephen J. Spignesi... Publisher : Editions Lueurs Mortes Date : 2001 ISSN : 1288-314X Pages : 408
    LES AMI(E)S DE STEPHEN KING NEWSLETTER FANZINE 12 issues from January 1987 to April 1989 10 pages for each fanzine Developed by Jacqueline Caron Authors : Various
    STEVE'S RAG - CLUB STEPHEN KING LILLE NEWSLETTER FANZINE 20 issues from February 1994 to February 1999 (from 20 to 30 pages each) 5 Special Issues (from 50 to 100 pages each) Developed as a University Magazine by Lou Van Hille
    FENETRE SECRETE SUR STEPHEN KING NEWSLETTER FANZINE Unknown number of issues from January 1995 to 1999. Quebec, Canada Developed by Hugues Morin

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    Nice, Bev!

    I have a copy with a little ghost remarque, it's much smaller than that.
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    My remarque is personalized. I sent the book to Glenn some months ago. A really nice and kind man!
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    THanx to both of you :-)

    MrRabbit : the french list is not up to date ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    MrRabbit : the french list is not up to date ;-)
    Neither is the English list. (Last entry 2004)

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    Glenn is awesome -- both as an artist and as a guy. I have a blast every time I see him.

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    Default Phil Hale signature evaluation

    I've got a question about his signature. Here's a listing on Ebay. This differs greatly from how he signed the S/L of the same book, but is consistant with his sig in a limited illustrated edition of The Crow. Quite a drastic change in autograph. Anyone know the story behind it?

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    DotT sig page:

    http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/Book...x%3D77%26y%3D7

    The Crow sig page:

    http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/Book...x%3D77%26y%3D7

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    I remember this being discussed at dt.net forums. The way the signature changed
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeedfulKings View Post
    I've got a question about his signature. Here's a listing on Ebay. This differs greatly from how he signed the S/L of the same book, but is consistant with his sig in a limited illustrated edition of The Crow. Quite a drastic change in autograph. Anyone know the story behind it?

    Ebay listing:



    DotT sig page:

    http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/Book...x%3D77%26y%3D7

    The Crow sig page:

    http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/Book...x%3D77%26y%3D7


    I don't know any story about the evolution of his signature, but I checked 4 of the books I had signed by him at Palavercon and the signature you posted is consistant with all mine.

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