Everyone knows that the horror writer is prolific, but lately King’s very busy pen has been spraying ink in every direction. He’s produced a pulp novel (Joyland), a musical (Ghost Brothers of Darkland County), a nonfiction tract (“Guns”), a historical sci-fi novel (11/22/63), a new Dark Tower book and now Doctor Sleep, a sequel to the iconic The Shining. (Plus, the TV adaptation of his Under the Dome was recently renewed for a second season—that’s a lot of King.) In this rare public appearance, he’ll be talking to someone who knows him well: fellow novelist (and son) Owen King.
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