Stephen Edwin King (1947) received popularity as an American book writer focused on the suspense, fantasy, supernatural and horror genres. Several books transformed into films and television series. He also published a few non-fiction books and many short stories. King received a diversity of awards, for example, British Fantasy Society, World Fantasy and Bram Stoker awards. He also received the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, Mystery Writers of America (2007) and others.
King joined the Durham Elementary School and completed his secondary education at Lisbon Falls High School in 1966. His first independent novel received the name I Was a Teenage Grave Robber and published in four issues in the Comics Review, 1965. King studied at the University of Maine and graduated in 1970 with specialisation in English. King published a substantial list of books, for example, Blaze (2007), The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole (2012), Finders Keepers (2015), The Long Walk (1979), The Running Man (1982) and many more.
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