Tag Archives: Stephen King

Silent Company

Writing is by nature a solitary and romanticized venture, making it no wonder that writers who fill the void of isolation with excessive alcohol are given a poetic pass by society at large.  That is, until their children get old … Continue reading

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Long Live the King

I just finished reading Stephen King’s part autobiographical/part instructional On Writing, A Memoir of the Craft.  Like the majority of his literary creations, it moves with addictive velocity over terrain both familiar and alien, with the alien this time being not … Continue reading

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