Stephen King
by Bev Vincent


On the occasion of the writer’s 75th birthday, this book explores the evolution and influences of Stephen King’s work throughout his almost fifty-year career and how his novels reflect the changes and events of his life. This chronological review, which includes archival photos and documents from King’s personal collection, delves like no other into the creation of his novels, short stories, short stories, and film and television adaptations. Stephen King’s work, with critically acclaimed titles that have also become box office hits, such as It, The Shining, Apocalypse, Life Sentence, The Green Mile, Creepshow and Carrie, has fascinated generations of readers. This compendium of efforts, triumphs, bestsellers, lesser-known stories, and special collaborations is the perfect complement for any Stephen King fan. Celebrate the legacy of the considered King of Horror with this unprecedented tour of the most iconic titles of this legendary writer and the culture that his acclaimed works have generated.

Author biography:

Bev Vincent is a contributing editor for Cemetery Dance magazine, where he has been writing the “Stephen King: News from the Dead Zone” column since 2001. He has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Awards twice and has also been nominated for the Edgar, ITW Thriller and Ignotus. In addition to this book, he is also the author of The Road to the Dark Tower and The Dark Tower Companion, as well as being the co-editor of Flight or Fright with Stephen King. He has also published more than one hundred short stories, dozens of essays, and hundreds of literary reviews. His script for the “dollar babies” film Stephen King’s Gotham Café, co-written with two other screenwriters, won best adaptation at the 2004 International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival.


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