Forum: Current Projects

This section is divided into current Blatty-related projects.

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  1. "American Exorcist: Critical Essays on William Peter Blatty," an anthology of critical essays ranging from Bill's earliest novel up to "Elsewhere" (2009). One essay is written by me, another by Mike (username "EAE").

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  2. Originally published as a novella in 1999 in Al Sarrantonio's "999: New Stories Of Horror And Suspense" anthology, and re-released as its own novel in 2009.

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  3. In work since 1974, "Dimiter" is one of Bill's most recent releases, and is dedicated to his late son, Peter Vincent Galahad Blatty.

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  4. Written just after completing "Dimiter". A truly uplifting tale well worth the read.

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  5. "The Exorcist" on Blu-ray is chock-full of previously unseen and unheard treasures. 2013 saw the 40th Anniversary Blu-ray release with further goodies.

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  6. An anthology released through Cemetery Dance Publications, featuring two unpublished works by Bill: "Hell Hospital" (teleplay) and "Faith" (treatment).

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  7. A novel that is "part funny memoir and part proof of life after death." Dedicated to Bill's late son and the enduring signs he has been receiving from him from beyond the grave.

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  8. News and rumors regarding the proposed mini-series of "The Exorcist" mentioned by Bill in a recent interview with Brian Freeman for Cemetery Dance Magazine.

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  9. Discuss the stage play starring Brooke Shields (Chris MacNeil), Emily Yetter (Regan MacNeil), Richard Chamberlain (Fr. Merrin) and David Wilson Barnes (Fr. Karras).

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