Stephen King is the author of more than fifty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers. Among his most recent are the Dark Tower novels, Cell, From a Buick 8, Everything's Eventual, Hearts in Atlantis, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, and Bag of Bones. His acclaimed nonfiction book, On Writing, was also a bestseller. He is the recipient of the 2003 National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. He lives in Bangor, Maine, with his wife, novelist Tabitha King.
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- Scott Cooper Replacing Ben Affleck As Director Of Stephen King's ...
BREAKING: Warner Bros has set Scott Cooper to re-write and direct The Stand, the seminal post-apocalyptic Stephen King novel. That means that while the stu.
- Everything I Know About America I Learned from Stephen King
cover Back in 1975, Stephen King began 'Salem's Lot, his second novel, with an epigraph from George Seferis: ?Old friend, what are you looking for?/ After those many years abroad you come/ With images you tended/ Under ...
- Stephen King: I just want to scare the s*** out of you | Metro News
Stephen King, 65, is the world's foremost horror and sci-fi author. An adaptation of Under The Dome is attracting weekly audiences of 20million in the US.
- Ben Affleck no longer directing Stephen King's 'The Stand' | MNN ...
Warner Bros. replaces the newly-announced Batman with 'Crazy Heart' director Scott Cooper.
- Stephen King's 'The Stand': 'Crazy Heart' Director in Talks to Helm
Scott Cooper is in talks to replace Ben Affleck on the Warner Bros. and CBS Films movie, which will be produced by Jimmy Miller and Roy Lee.
- Weekend Flashback: JD Salinger, Seamus Heaney, Stephen King ...
Because the week can get hectic... Here's what you might have missed recently on Omni. Sara Nelson spoke with biographer Shane Salerno about chasing the mysterious J.D. Salinger.
- Stephen King's Economic Horror Stories - NYTimes.com
The economist Stephen D. King also writes horror stories, warnings that the Western world faces an era of slower growth, and that governments will be unable to keep all of the promises they have made.
- Behind the Cover Story: Susan Dominus on Spending Time With ...
I would say, like most people, I'd encountered and enjoyed a bunch of Stephen King over the course of my life (I remember being enthralled by ?Misery? while enduring a grueling, seven-hour bus ride in India that would have ...
- From Bridget Jones to Stephen King: 10 Hot Fall Hollywood Reads
Expect big buzzworthy bios on everyone from Jeff Bezos to Jim Henson, along with the return of Bridget Jones, a Stephen King sequel and a cloaked-in-mystery outing from J.J. Abrams.
- Rereading Stephen King, chapter 19: Thinner - The Guardian
The last time Richard Bachman and Stephen King were thought to be different writers, and King's signature is becoming ever clearer in its story.
- Stephen King Biography - Facts, Birthday, Life Story - Biography.com
Stephen King is an author that has written terrifying novels that have been featured on the New York Times-bestsellers list. Learn more at Biography.com.
- Not just the year of Stephen King: 10 excellent, underappreciated ...
Thirty years later, it's time these books got some attention.
- Stephen King's THE STAND to Be Directed by Scott Cooper ...
Crazy Heart director Scott Cooper is looking to direct the big screen adaptation of Stephen King's epic novel The Stand. Ben Affleck was attached to it for awhile but had to drop out because he became unavailable when he ...
- josh barkey: Wisdom from Stephen King
Wisdom from Stephen King. " ...The father of sin was theft; every one of the Ten Commandments boiled down to 'Thou shalt not steal.' Murder was the theft of a life, adultery the theft of a wife, covetousness the secret, slinking ...
- The 'Horrible' Thing Author Stephen King Made His Daughter Do ...
Iconic horror novelist Stephen King would likely be the first person to acknowledge that?like most successful artists?he tends toward the, shall we say, atypical at times. How else could he have come up with scary characters ...