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JANUARY 2019

IF THE BOOK IS ROCKIN'. . .

Suntup Editions has announced a new fine press limited edition of Rosemary's Baby, a number of whose copies will feature a mechanism that will allow the book to rock back and forth in its display case, like a baby in a bassinet. Alongside a new introduction by Jordan Peele (who's cited Rosemary's Baby as a chief influencer of "Get Out"), and original artwork by noted illustrator Richey Beckett. (More info...)




DECEMBER 2018

YOU DON'T LOOK A DAY OVER 51

And so ends the two-year celebration of Rosemary's Baby having reached the half-century mark - first in 2017 with Ira Levin's original 1967 novel, then a year later with its faithful 1968 movie adaptation.

We'd like to take a moment to thank all those who helped spread the cheer - in particular, the excellent Devil In The Details blog, which was on top of the situation like no one else.

2019 promises to hold some genuinely exciting developments - watch this space!



APRIL 2017

ROSEMARY'S BABY TURNS 50

The kid is alright.

Rosemary's Baby had it's fiftieth anniversary on April 13th, 2017. (The frequently-cited publication date of March 12th (1967) is, alas, incorrect so far as we're aware.)

In celebration of this milestone, we are proud to present Rosemary's Baby Album, an unprecedented look into the writing of Ira Levin's timeless (we can say that after 50 years - right?) work.

Click the image above or here to open the album.




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OCTOBER 2012

REMASTERED ROSEMARY'S BABY ARRIVES OCTOBER 30TH WITH NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

On October 30th, Criterion will release a newly remastered edition of Rosemary's Baby in DVD & Blu-Ray formats, featuring - among much else - new interviews with Mia Farrow, Roman Polanski and Robert Evans.

Of particular interest though to fans of Ira Levin's work are sure to be the inclusion of some never-before-seen pieces of archival material from the novel's creation:

• Levin's character sketches of Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse, describing them and their backgrounds in illuminating detail

• Levin's floorplan of the Woodhouse's apartment and its periphery

In addition to a rare photo of Levin on location at the Dakota during filming, a 1997 Leonard Lopate radio interview, a new essay by critic Ed Park, and Levin's 2003 Afterword from the New American Library print edition of the book.

All in time for Halloween.


MAY 2011



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ALL LEVIN NOVELS NOW AVAILABLE IN eBOOK FORM

For the first time, all of Ira Levin's classic novels are available in contemporary eBook formats (Kindle, Nook, and most other popular eReaders). Look for foreign-language eBooks soon as well.


SEPTEMBER 2010

 

DEATHTRAP OPENS IN THE WEST END

The longest-running thriller (and fifth longest-running play) in Broadway history, Ira Levin's scream, and laughter, inducing Deathtrap opened September 7th, 2010 at London's Noël Coward Theatre, directed by the Tony Award-winning Matthew Warchus, and starring revered British actor Simon Russell Beale, Claire Skinner, Estelle Parsons, and Jonathan Groff.

Click here for photos and video from opening night

The West End reviews are in!


APRIL 2010

Pegasus Books will be re-releasing six classic Levin novels over the course of the coming year - including the long unavailable This Perfect Day.

U.K. publisher Constable & Robinson will also be re-releasing four of the above titles (beginning May 2011) with new introductions written for their editions by Chuck Palahniuk and Chelsea Cain. (More info here...)


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