Stephen King in the Twenty-First Century (eBook)
- Author: Kevin Quigley
- Page Count: 205
- Pub. Date: July 7, 2015
- Status: E-Book
Stephen King in the 21st Century
by Kevin Quigley
About the eBook:
Now, for the first time ever, Stephen King expert Kevin Quigley’s articles, reviews, and essays from the first thirteen years of the new century are collected in one place. From the beginnings of King’s involvement with the Internet with the publication of the first eBook bestseller, “Riding the Bullet,” to in-depth critiques of King’s most recent novels and stories, Thirteen Years is one of the most incisive and entertaining looks at King’s recent career yet compiled.
Kevin Quigley has been writing books and articles on his favorite subject for decades. His unique look at King’s career spawned a popular chapbook series, including titles like Wetware, Blood in Your Ears, and Chart of Darkness. He has also written full-length works like A Good Story and Good Words, and, with Brian Freeman, and Hans-Ake Lilja, The Illustrated Stephen King Movie Trivia Book. He has maintained a hugely popular King news and information page, Charnel House, since 1996, and more recently has written extensively on King for the site FEARnet.com.
Kevin Quigley is a novelist, critic, and blogger. He has written several chapbooks about Stephen King for Cemetery Dance, including "Chart of Darkness," "Drawn Into Darkness," "Blood In Your Ears," "Ink In the Veins," and "Wetware," as well as the upcoming A Good Story and Good Words: The Many Worlds of Stephen King. In addition, he writes reviews for the horror megasite FEARnet.com and blogs about Disneyland and Walt Disney World for WEDwayRadio.com. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his partner, Shawn.