Tag: Stephen King

Tune in to Castle Rock Radio

We’ve been talking about this for a couple weeks now in the newsletter and on good ol’ social media, but the time has finally come! PMMP has launched a brand spankin’ new podcast about Stephen King called Castle Rock Radio, hosted by your buddies Max Booth and Lori Michelle. Every […]

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The Stories Not Told: An Interview with Jay Wilburn

Interview conducted by George Daniel Lea on April 20, 2016. It was my pleasure recently to catch up with Jay Wilburn, a prominent writer in independent horror circles (as well as other arenas), whose work ranges from novels such as Time Eaters and Hollywood Hellmouth to short story collections such […]

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Meet the Author: Kris Ashton

Kris Ashton is the author of the tale “Unreal Estate” which appears in Dark Moon Digest 20. 1. Talk about how you came up with the idea for the story that appeared in DMD 20. A few years after I moved to my current home, I started taking back streets […]

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The Great Unfilmable by George Lea

It was once commonly held that The Lord of the Rings was unfilmable. Peter Jackson and his team writers, co-directors and special effects artists proved the misconception of that: The Lord of the Rings was only unfilmable in terms of the limitations of technology, never in terms of the story […]

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Chris Dezarn

Chris Dezarn is the author of “The Better Half” in Dark Moon Digest 19. 1. Do you ever have dreams that give you ideas for a story? Yes and no. I don’t often remember my dreams, and when I do manage to bring something back from the void, it’s usually […]

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What’s your favorite? by Lori Michelle

Today marks the end of Unofficial Stephen King month.  I know I was supposed to write some fantastic essay on what SK meant to me, but I ran out of time. Well, would I run a whole month about the man if he hadn’t affected me somehow? I was never […]

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Ten Famous Books by Stephen King and What They’re Really About by Georgina Morales

Let’s face it, Stephen King has published more that fifty novels and two hundred short stories, and has a fan base as big and wide as the world itself. Choosing among his work for the best ten is like shooting yourself in the head, then asking someone to tell you […]

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Persistence by Nikki Hopeman

When asked, “How do you write?” I invariably answer, “one word at a time.” —Stephen King I started reading Stephen King’s books in high school. That’s probably late to the game compared to a lot of horror readers and writers, but my choices in reading material came from a very […]

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