Stephen King

Stephen King

Stephen Edwin King (born September 21, 1947) is an American author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction, and fantasy. His books have sold more than 350 million copies and have been adapted into a number of feature films, television movies and comic books. King has published 50 novels, including seven under the pen-name of Richard Bachman, and five non-fiction books. He has written nearly two hundred short stories, most of which have been collected in nine collections of short fiction. Many of his stories are set in his home state of Maine.

King has received Bram Stoker Awards, World Fantasy Awards, British Fantasy Society Awards, his novella The Way Station was a Nebula Award novelette nominee, and his short story "The Man in the Black Suit" received the O. Henry Award. In 2003, the National Book Foundation awarded him the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. He has also received awards for his contribution to literature for his whole career, such as the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement (2004), the Canadian Booksellers Association Lifetime Achievement Award (2007) and the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America (2007).

Read more about Stephen KingEarly Life, Education and Early Career, 1970s–1980s Work, Car Accident and Thoughts of Retirement, 2000s Work, 2010s Work, Collaborations, Appearances and Adaptations in Other Media, Political Activism, Personal Life, Awards

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List Of Short Fiction Made Into Feature Films - A-E - F-L
... Goodbye, Columbus (1969) "Graveyard Shift" (1970), Stephen King Graveyard Shift (1990) "The Greatest Gift" (1939) (written), (1943) (published), Philip Van Doren Stern It's a Wonderful Life (1946 ... for Love (1941) "Heavenly Shades of Night are Falling" (1999), Stephen King Hearts in Atlantis (2001) The Hellbound Heart (1986), Clive Barker Hellraiser (1987–present) (series) Hellraiser (1987 ... Behold a Pale Horse (1964) "The King of the Elves" (1953), Philip K ...
Winners of The August Derleth Award
1972 The Knight of the Swords, Michael Moorcock 1973 The King of the Swords, Michael Moorcock 1974 Hrolf Kraki's Saga, Poul Anderson 1975 The Sword and the Stallion, Michael Moorcock 1976 The Hollow Lands ... of Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever, Stephen R ... Death's Master, Tanith Lee 1981 To Wake the Dead, Ramsey Campbell 1982 Cujo, Stephen King 1983 The Sword of the Lictor, Gene Wolfe 1984 Floating Dragon, Peter Straub 1985 ...
Stephen King Goes To The Movies
... Stephen King Goes to the Movies is a short story collection by Stephen King, released in paperback on January 20, 2009 ... At the end a list of King's top ten favorite film adaptations of his work is included ... This is Stephen King's first collection of previously collected material ...
Mischa Berlinski - Reviews
... Fieldwork received widespread attention when renowned author Stephen King's review of it, called "How to Bury a Book," was published in Entertainment Weekly ... While King lauds, at length, the novel's complexity, "narrative voice full of humor and sadness," and suspense, he issues a scathing attack on its publisher, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, for poor marketing choices Why ... —Stephen King, Entertainment Weekly, April 15, 2007 King's review resulted in increased sales of Fieldwork ...
List Of Short Fiction Made Into Feature Films - A-E - S-Z
... Mitty (1947) The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (TBA 2012) Secret Window, Secret Garden (1990), Stephen King Secret Window (2004) The Seed and the Sower (1963), Laurens van der Post Merry Christmas, Mr. 1952) The Snows of Kilimanjaro (2011) "The Sobbin' Women" (1938), Stephen Vincent Benét Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) "Sometimes They Come Back" (1974), Stephen King Sometimes They Come Back (1991. 1992) (published), Terry Pratchett Troll Bridge (TBA 2013) "Trucks" (1973), Stephen King Maximum Overdrive (1986) Trucks (1997) (TV) The Turn of the Screw (1898), Henry James Matinee Theater The Others (1957 ...

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