Tag: The Stand

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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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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Portrait of a Weird Kid as a Stephen King Fan by M.G. Allen

I started gobbling up Stephen King books at an early age.  No earlier than puberty though.  In that carefree age before all the weird changes and hormones kick in I think horror has no place.  Childhood, unless you’re born under harsh circumstances, is a verdant meadow of daffodils and finger […]

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Stephen King, My Personal Savior by Z. S. Roe

Popular novelist Stephen King has been called many things: by fans, he is often referred to as the King of Horror; by (literary) critics, he is sometimes derided as a hack; very few, however, would ever think to call him a Christian Missionary. But the truth is that King’s writing […]

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Hail to the King by Sean M Davis

I’ve always been a writer. Well, I suppose that’s misleading. I wasn’t born with a pen in my hand or any other clichés like that. Let me clarify. I’ve always told stories. The funny thing, which I learned quickly, was that if you told stories out loud, you were called […]

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