Stephen King on Childhood and Writing


"The things that really scare us are the things that are going on just outside the spotlight that you can't quite see" - Stephen King on October 22, 1989

The author takes us on a journey back to his childhood and the roots for his decades crafting memorable horror fiction.

Learn more about Stephen King's theory on evil and horror, the films made from his books, and his brilliant Twitter feed:

Interview originally aired on the Public Radio Book Show and it comes to us courtesy of WAMC Northeast Public Radio and the New York State Writers Institute.

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"Opening Credits" Johnny Ripper

"Sunset" Kai Engle

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"Frozen Emotion" Gresby Race Nash

"Still Life" Vyvyan James Hope-Scott

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