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

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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