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Brian James Freeman (ed.), Reading Stephen King

I remember being eleven years old, clutching a shiny new paperback copy of The Shining. (Yes, my parents bought it for me. They were cool with me reading anything, as long as I was reading.) These essays may be preaching … Continue reading

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Tony Magistrale, Hollywood’s Stephen King 

From back in the GMR archives, circa 2003. Edited a touch because I can’t help myself. I have been a Constant Reader of Stephen King’s work since I got my hands on a paperback copy of Salem’s Lot back in middle school. The … Continue reading

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Stephen King and Richard Chizmar’s Gwendy’s Button Box

My mom had a button box. I used to paw through it, looking for shiny mother-of-pearl, and iridescent bits of abalone. When I got older, that button box became mine (though it’s more a button mason jar now), but I … Continue reading

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