"Drunken Fireworks," a Stephen King short story released on Tuesday in audiobook-only format, is either a very bad PSA for amateur fireworking, or a very good one for New England accents. Which is to say both should be avoided, but the latter at all costs. The author of more than 50 novels, King has long been a fan of platform experimentation. Show More Summary
What do Gloria Steinem, Ronald Reagan, Bob Marley, Greta Garbo, Stephen King and many others have in common? A burning desire for liberty, and a healthy respect for what it takes to be free.
I was twelve the first time I read Stephen King’s The Stand. My dad read it before I did. We were on vacation, and I saw him with the paperback, the edition with the silver binding and blue-black cover. There was a face on the cover—a mysterious, spooky sort of face, creepy and weirdly beautiful. Show More Summary
Her name is Molly but he refers to her as the Thing of Evil
Stephen King has shared a free digital audiobook which contains his short story, “Drunken Fireworks.” According to Entertainment Weekly, readers can access this work on King’s website. The New York Times reports that Tim Sample served as the narrator for this project. Show More Summary
Stephen King likes to play with delivery systems. In 1996, he wrote “The Green Mile” as a serial novel, publishing it in six monthly installments. Four years later, he issued "Riding the Bullet" as an early e-book, while in 2008, he debuted the story “N.” as a series of short web-only videos, posting...
"As a writer, I say to myself, how will that sound?," says Stephen King, who's obsessed with audiobooks.
TWITCHY: THIS SCHOOLING OF GUN-GRABBING IDJIT STEPHEN KING BY DANA LOESCH, OTHERS WILL CRACK YOU UP: “What’s a ‘30-shot clip?’” “Also, clips and mags are two different things, natch. Unrelated: You made me hate clowns.” Just a reminder: You can catch Dana Loesch speaking at Bullets & Bourbon in December in the Dallas area.
The plot of “Ghost Train,” the newest film in our Screening Room series, could’ve been written by Stephen King. The film centers on Geoff, an elderly man who has just placed Carolyn, his wife, in a nursing home. Carolyn has dementia, and Geoff is lonely and adrift. Show More Summary
The short story, to be included in a collection titled “The Bazaar of Bad Dreams,” is available months in advance only as an audiobook.
Naturally occurring visual comedy or the beginning of a bad Stephen King killer car movie? Either way, it's hysterical. An unidentified Texas State Trooper was caught on camera trying to free himself from his cop car like he was Winnie-the-Pooh stuck in the knot-hole of a tree. Show More Summary
Considering all the ills facing the Torrance family in Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 adaptation of Stephen King’s The Shining, at least food was in plentiful supply. This bedeviled family has 99 problems, one might say, but a brunch ain’t one. Show More Summary
In hardcover:Stephen King’s Finders Keepers is down one spot, finishing the week at number 2.Laurell K. Hamilton’s Dead Ice debuts at number 7.Neal Stephenson's Seveneves is down five spots, finishing the week at number 12. For moreShow More Summary
Conservatives are accustomed to admiring the work and deploring the politics of artists like Bruce Springsteen and Stephen King. Michael Tomasky wrote Thursday that some liberals have had roughly similar feelings about Antonin Scalia, but that’s over now because of Scalia’s dissent in King v. Show More Summary
In my 32 years serving the people of California in Congress, I have never written to Supreme Court Justices. But your ruling in the King v. Burwell case was so momentous and so important for America's families, I felt compelled to write and share my gratitude for this decision. The stakes in this case were enormous. Show More Summary
Writer Caroline Kepnes's disturbingly addictive relationship thriller You is custom made for the pop-culture obsessed. A former editor at both Tiger Beat and Entertainment Weekly, Kepnes is just as likely to reveal her characters' inner...Show More Summary
The adaptation of Stephen King's novel will begin performances on October 22.
With Mamma Mia! set to end its Broadway run on Labor Day, the Broadhurst Theatre will go dark, but not for long. William Goldman’s stage adaptation of the ultimate trapped-by-a-fan thriller, the basis of the 1990 Kathy Bates/James Caan...Show More Summary
Fans looking to chase their kids around with an axe now have the perfect place to do that. The Stanley Hotel, the inspiration for the Stephen King novel and Stanley Kubrick film, The Shining, has finally opened its very own hedge maze. Read more...
In hardcover:Stephen King’s Finders Keepers debuts at number 1.Neal Stephenson's Seveneves is down two spots, finishing the week at number 7. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.Paolo Bacigalupi’s The Water Knife is down three positions, ending the week at number 19.In paperback:Emily St. Show More Summary