Ghost writers stephen king

Take comfort, though, in the knowledge that many of those ghostwriters are talented enough to be successful under their own names. Father of cthulhu and the necronomicon dabbled in ghostwriting for none other than harry houdini. Benson used the michaels pseudonym for the first and second book in the splinter cell series, and after that another author was hired to use the same has also written novelizations of the video game metal gear solid, computer games based on stephen king’s the mist and lynne reid banks’ the indian in the cupboard, and the 2011 thriller novel the black stiletto. The final sweet valley books were penned by a gaggle of ghostwriters, including daniel ehrenhaft and ryan how did a couple of dudes in their 20s get into the minds of a bunch of teen girls clamoring to hear elizabeth and jessica’s latest exploits? An old book isn’t necessarily a rare book collecting, supply and demand are king. We hate it when you talk about a book’s ’ve all held a beloved old book and smelled the pages, taking in that vanilla-like aroma. That particular smell comes from the lignin in cheaply produced paper, a chemical introduced when wood pulp was added to papermaking processes in the 1840s. Walking into our shop and remarking on the smell is like exclaiming, “your books are gross! But the new generation of younger dealers is making its presence felt, especially in handling material outside the traditional canon of dead white men: lgbtq material, african americana, women’s history, pulp publications, punk ephemera [pdf], and are making significant inroads as well. We also recently established a successful schedule of networking events to provide support, mentoring, and business opportunities for women in the still have a major problem with racial diversity, however. The trade is taking steps to attract and train people from underrepresented groups, but we have a long way to go. We may not all get along, but we all made the same decision: to try making a living in this odd world, risking our livelihood to help save and preserve a last-minute costume idea? The public domain review gathered together some of the most monstrous images from compendium rarissimum totius artis magicae sistematisatae per celeberrimos artis hujus magistros or, in english, a rare summary of the entire magical art by the most famous masters of this n in german and latin, the 1775 book is clearly designed to fool readers into thinking it’s an older text, since the title page declares that it’s from 1057. Not should hav been like "ghost writers using sk as a medium:- wrote: ""stephen king uses ghost writers" nah! Not should hav been like "ghost writers using sk as a medium:-p"now that i believe ;). Only do i not believe king uses ghost writers, i don't think he has an editor based on his last couple of , definitely not. The only thing king has in common with patterson is selling a ton of king doesn't need the money or just to have more books on the market. He's already rich and written a ton of good its all king and if anyone were paying attention they could see the voice and style were the same. The nice thing is that king also uses quite a bit of that money to fund all kinds of community projects and donates to charity the stones lip-sync on stage? But the ruins didn't sound like king at all, wrote: "that would have been funny if he had been using a pen name so he could plug his own books. Was wondering about that when i read lisey's story, because of the kingisms were so over the top, it almost seemed like someone trying to sound like king. Nice thing is that king also uses quite a bit of that money to fund all kinds of community projects and donates to charity regularly"agreed! Just a moment while we sign you in to your goodreads aficionados n king vs ghost writers? Notify me of new posts by ng scholar of the writing consultant great grammar wikipedia, the free to: navigation, other people named stephen king, see stephen king (disambiguation). Edwin king (born september 21, 1947) is an american author of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, science fiction, and fantasy. King has published 54 novels, including seven under the pen name richard bachman, and six non-fiction books. Donald was born under the surname pollock, but as an adult, used the surname king. Stephen king was two years old, his father left the family under the pretense of "going to buy a pack of cigarettes", leaving his mother to raise stephen and his older brother, david, by herself, sometimes under great financial strain. When king was 11, the family returned to durham, maine, where his mother cared for her parents until their deaths. A child, king apparently witnessed one of his friends being struck and killed by a train, though he has no memory of the event. His family told him that after leaving home to play with the boy, king returned, speechless and seemingly in shock. Some commentators have suggested that this event may have psychologically inspired some of king's darker works,[11] but king makes no mention of it in his memoir on writing (2000).

Stephen king ghostwriting

King compares his uncle's successfully dowsing for water using the bough of an apple branch with the sudden realization of what he wanted to do for a living. That inspiration occurred while browsing through an attic with his elder brother, when king uncovered a paperback version of an h. King told barnes & noble studios during a 2009 interview, "i knew that i'd found home when i read that book. 1966, king studied at the university of maine, graduating in 1970 with a bachelor of arts in english. He wrote a column, steve king's garbage truck, for the student newspaper, the maine campus and participated in a writing workshop organized by burton hatlen. 15] king held a variety of jobs to pay for his studies, including janitor, gas pump attendant, and worker at an industrial sold his first professional short story, "the glass floor", to startling mystery stories in 1967. 1] the fogler library at the university of maine now holds many of king's leaving the university, king earned a certificate to teach high school but, unable to find a teaching post immediately, initially supplemented his laboring wage by selling short stories to men's magazines such as cavalier. In 1971, king married tabitha spruce, a fellow student at the university of maine whom he had met at the university's fogler library after one of professor hatlen's workshops. 1] during that time, king developed a drinking problem which would plague him for more than a decade. King had thrown an early draft of the novel into the trash after becoming discouraged with his progress writing about a teenage girl with psychic powers. 17]:54 his advance for carrie was $2,500; king's paperback rights later earned $400, and his family moved to southern maine because of his mother's failing health. King has written of his severe drinking problem at this time, stating that he was drunk delivering the eulogy at his mother's funeral. 17]: his mother's death, king and his family moved to boulder, colorado, where king wrote the shining (published 1977). The family returned to western maine in 1975, where king completed his fourth novel, the stand (published 1978). In 1977, the family, with the addition of owen phillip (his third and last child), traveled briefly to england, returning to maine that fall, where king began teaching creative writing at the university of maine. 1985, king wrote his first work for the comic book medium,[20] writing a few pages of the benefit x-men comic book heroes for hope starring the x-men. The late 1970s, king began what became a series of interconnected stories about a lone gunslinger, roland, who pursues the "man in black" in an alternate-reality universe that is a cross between j. The gunslinger was continued as an eight-book epic series called the dark tower, whose books king wrote and published infrequently over four 1982, the fantasy small-press donald m. King dedicated the hardcover edition to his editor at f&sf, ed ferman, who "took a chance on these stories". The original print run was only 10,000 copies, which was, by this time, a comparatively low run for a first printing of a king novel in hardcover. His 1980 novel, firestarter, had an initial print run in trade hardcover of 100,000 copies, and his 1983 novel, christine, had a trade hardcover print run of 250,000 copies, both by the much larger publisher viking. Rumors spread among avid fans that there was a king book out that few readers knew about, let alone had actually read. Both the first and second printings of the gunslinger garner premium prices on the collectible book market, notably among avid readers and collectors of stephen king, horror literature, fantasy literature, and american western literature, and fans of michael whelan's artwork. 1987, king released the second installment, the dark tower ii: the drawing of the three, in which roland draws three people from 20th-century united states into his world through magical doors. Grant published the drawing of the three, with illustrations by phil hale, in a slightly larger run of 30,000 copies, which was still well below king's typical initial hardcover print run of a new book. Clarification needed] king had believed that the dark tower books would be of interest to only a select group of his fans, and had resisted releasing them on a larger scale. Finally, in the late 1980s, bowing to pressure from his publishers and fans who were searching for the books (at this point fewer than 50,000 of his millions of readers would have been able to own any of the dark tower books), king agreed to release the gunslinger and all subsequent dark tower books in trade paperback and mass-market formats. The early 2000s, king revised the original book, the gunslinger, because he felt the voice and imagery of the original stories of the late 1970s did not seem to fit the voice of the final installment of 2004; king felt the style of the work had markedly changed during the intervening 27 years. Grant published its hardcover limited edition of the revised version of the gunslinger along with a prequel story set in the dark tower world called "the little sisters of eluria" (originally published in 1998 in the collection legends: short novels by the masters of modern fantasy) in october 2005, king signed a deal with marvel comics to publish a seven-issue limited series spin-off of the series called the gunslinger born. The first issue was published on february 7, 2007, and king, david, lee, and marvel editor-in-chief joe quesada appeared at a midnight signing at a times square, new york comic book store to promote it. The success of the gunslinger born led to an ongoing miniseries published by marvel, with furth and david continuing to collaborate, featuring both adapted material from the dark tower books and new material approved by king; it also led to a second series of king adaptations in the same format, serializing the events of the gh the hollywood reporter announced in february 2007 that plans were underway for lost co-creator j. Abrams to make an adaptation of king's epic dark tower series,[26] abrams stated in a november 2009 interview with mtv that he would not adapt the series.

Article: richard the late 1970s and early 1980s, king published a handful of short novels—rage (1977), the long walk (1979), roadwork (1981), the running man (1982) and thinner (1984)—under the pseudonym richard bachman. Bookstore clerk, steve brown, who noticed similarities between the works and later located publisher's records at the library of congress that named king as the author of one of bachman's novels. 32] king dedicated his 1989 book the dark half, about a pseudonym turning on a writer, to "the deceased richard bachman", and in 1996, when the stephen king novel desperation was released, the companion novel the regulators carried the "bachman" 2006, during a press conference in london, king declared that he had discovered another bachman novel, titled blaze. In fact, the original manuscript had been held at king's alma mater, the university of maine in orono, for many years and had been covered by numerous king experts. 34] the story was later reprinted in king's collection nightmares & dreamscapes in 1993 under his own name. In the introduction to the bachman novel blaze, king claims, with tongue-in-cheek, that "bachman" was the person using the swithen pseudonym. 35] it is adapted from a fictional book central to the plot of king's previous novel the dark tower iii: the waste lands. King at the harvard book store, june 6, 2000, king published online a serialized horror novel, the plant. 37] at first the public presumed that king had abandoned the project because sales were unsuccessful, but king later stated that he had simply run out of stories. August 2003, king began writing a column on pop culture appearing in entertainment weekly, usually every third week. The column, called the pop of king (a play on the nickname "the king of pop" commonly attributed to michael jackson). King noted in the book's introduction that he does not use cell 2008, king published both a novel, duma key, and a collection, just after sunset. Which was later released as a serialized animated series that could be seen for free, or, for a small fee, could be downloaded in a higher quality; it then was adopted into a limited comic book february 16, 2010, king announced on his website that his next book would be a collection of four previously unpublished novellas called full dark, no stars. In april of that year, king published blockade billy, an original novella issued first by independent small press cemetery dance publications and later released in mass-market paperback by simon & schuster. The following month, dc comics premiered american vampire, a monthly comic book series written by king with short-story writer scott snyder, and illustrated by rafael albuquerque, which represents king's first original comics work. 42][43][44] king wrote the background history of the very first american vampire, skinner sweet, in the first five-issues story arc. 49] king's next book was joyland, a novel about "an amusement-park serial killer", according to an article in the sunday times, published on april 8, 2012. 50] it was followed by the sequel to the shining (1977), titled doctor sleep, published in september his chancellor's speaker series talk at university of massachusetts lowell on december 7, 2012, king indicated that he was writing a crime novel about a retired policeman being taunted by a murderer. 51] in an interview with parade, published may 26, 2013, king confirmed that the novel was "more or less" completed[52] he published it in june 2013. Later, on june 20, 2013, while doing a video chat with fans as part of promoting the upcoming under the dome tv series, king mentioned he was halfway through writing his next novel, revival,[53] which was released november 11, 2014. On april 22, 2015, it was revealed that king is currently working on the third book of the trilogy which name was later revealed to be end of watch. 55][56] the book was released on june 7, 2016, and hit the top of the new york times bestseller november 3, 2015, king released his tenth collection of short stories, the bazaar of bad dreams. The book was released to critical acclaim and commercial a tour to promote end of watch, king revealed that he had collaborated on a novel, set in a women's prison in west virginia, with his son, owen king to be titled sleeping beauties. King has indicated that he and straub will likely write the third and concluding book in this series, the tale of jack sawyer, but has set no time for its produced an artist's book with designer barbara kruger, my pretty pony (1989), published in a limited edition of 250 by the library fellows of the whitney museum of american art. Knopf released it in a general trade edition[58] and the short story was later included in king's collection nightmares & dreamscapes published in diary of ellen rimbauer: my life at rose red (2001) was a paperback tie-in for the king-penned miniseries rose red (2002). This spin-off is a rare occasion of another author's being granted permission to write commercial work using characters and story elements invented by king. The novel tie-in idea was repeated on stephen king's next project, the miniseries kingdom hospital. Richard dooling, king's collaborator on kingdom hospital and writer of several episodes in the miniseries, published a fictional diary, the journals of eleanor druse, in 2004. 60][61] it was later released in e-book and audiobook formats, the latter read by stephen lang. King and richard chizmar co-wrote gwendy's button box which was released in may 2017 from cemetery dance publications (in trade hardcover format) and in audiobook from simon & schuster audio (the audiobook has a bonus short story "the music room" which was originally published in playboy). And his son owen king co-wrote the novel sleeping beauties, released in 2017, that is set in a women's prison. 65][66] furthermore, king has referred to the band several times in his writing, both in his fiction and non-fiction.

67] non-fiction references include a mention in king's book danse macabre where he calls the ramones "an amusing punk-rock band that surfaced some four years ago". 68] he also wrote about them in on writing, making reference to "dancing to the ramones—gabba gabba hey" as one of the reasons he has maintained a good marriage. Entertainment weekly, for example, in their review of black house by king and peter straub, note that king's "trademark references" are in evidence, quoting dee dee ramone. 71] in turn, the ramones have referenced king on their song "it's not my place (in the 9 to 5 world)", from their pleasant dreams album of 1981 in the line: "ramones are hangin' out in kokomo / roger corman's on a talk show / with allan arkush and stephen king". 72] further, dee dee ramone wrote the song "pet sematary" in king's basement after king handed him a copy of the novel. 75] king has also stated that he likes heavy metal and has named bands like anthrax, judas priest and metallica as amongst his favourites to write to. 77][78] the blue öyster cult song "(don't fear) the reaper" was also used in the king tv series the stand. 79] king states he was motivated to collaborate as he is "always interested in trying something new, and for (him), writing a minimusical would be new". 80] in 2012 king collaborated with musician shooter jennings and his band hierophant, providing the narration for their album, black ribbons. 81] king played guitar for the rock band rock bottom remainders, several of whose members are authors. King and the other band members collaborated to release an e-book called hard listening: the greatest rock band ever (of authors) tells all (june 2013). 82][83] king wrote a musical play ghost brothers of darkland county (2012) with musician john 's formula for learning to write well is: "read and write four to six hours a day. After his accident, king wrote the first draft of the book dreamcatcher with a notebook and a waterman fountain pen, which he called "the world's finest word processor". Asked why he writes, king responds: "the answer to that is fairly simple—there was nothing else i was made to do. 87] king usually begins the story creation process by imagining a "what if" scenario, such as what would happen if a writer is kidnapped by a sadistic nurse in colorado. He has extended this to breaking the fourth wall by including himself as a character in the dark tower series from wolves of the calla onwards. See also list of fictional books in the works of stephen king for a complete list. 90] in a current edition of matheson's the shrinking man, king is quoted: "a horror story if there ever was one... Ray bradbury is another influence, with king himself stating "without ray bradbury, there is no stephen king". Despite this, in on writing, king is critical of lovecraft's dialogue-writing skills, using passages from "the colour out of space" as particularly poor examples. 17]:143–4 there are also several examples of king's referring to lovecraftian characters and settings in his work, such as nyarlathotep and acknowledges the influence of bram stoker, particularly on his novel salem's lot, which he envisioned as a retelling of dracula. Citation needed] he also gives joseph payne brennan credit for being one of his inspirations; "joseph payne brennan is one of the most effective writers in the horror genre, and he is certainly one of the writers i have patterned my own career upon; one of the writers whom i studied and with whom i kept school. 94] the overlook hotel acts as a replacement for the traditional gothic castle, and jack torrance is a tragic villain seeking redemption. For his part, macdonald wrote an admiring preface to night shift, and even had his famous character, travis mcgee, reading cujo in one of the last mcgee novels and pet sematary in the last mcgee novel, the lonely silver 1987, king's philtrum press published don robertson's novel, the ideal, genuine man. In his forenote to the novel, king wrote, "don robertson was and is one of the three writers who influenced me as a young man who was trying to 'become' a novelist (the other two being richard matheson and john d. Heinlein's book the door into summer is repeatedly mentioned in king's wolves of the calla (2003), as are several other works. Wolves of the calla is the king work in which the dark tower begins to follow a meta-fictional an interview with king, published in the usa weekend in march 2009, the author stated, "people look on writers that they like as an irreplaceable resource. Critical reaction to king's work has been mostly positive, he has occasionally come under fire from academic e fiction editors john clute and peter nichols[98] offer a largely favorable appraisal of king, noting his "pungent prose, sharp ear for dialogue, disarmingly laid-back, frank style, along with his passionately fierce denunciation of human stupidity and cruelty (especially to children) [all of which rank] him among the more distinguished 'popular' writers. His book the philosophy of horror (1990), noël carroll discusses king's work as an exemplar of modern horror fiction. Analyzing both the narrative structure of king's fiction and king's non-fiction ruminations on the art and craft of writing, carroll writes that for king, "the horror story is always a contest between the normal and the abnormal such that the normal is reinstated and, therefore, affirmed. Joshi argues that king's best-known works (his supernatural novels), are his worst, describing them as mostly bloated, illogical, maudlin and prone to deus ex machina endings. Despite these criticisms, joshi argues that since gerald's game (1993), king has been tempering the worst of his writing faults, producing books that are leaner, more believable and generally better written.

Joshi suggests that king's strengths as a writer include the accessible "everyman" quality of his prose, and his unfailingly insightful observations about the pains and joys of adolescence. Joshi cites two early non-supernatural novels—rage (1977) and the running man (1982)—as king's best, suggesting both are riveting and well-constructed suspense thrillers, with believable 1996, king won an o. His short story collection a century of great suspense stories, editor jeffery deaver noted that king "singlehandedly made popular fiction grow up. While there were many good best-selling writers before him, king, more than anybody since john d. The rich characterization, the careful and caring social eye, the interplay of story line and character development announced that writers could take worn themes such as vampirism and make them fresh again. Before king, many popular writers found their efforts to make their books serious blue-penciled by their editors. Well, it's stuff like that that has made king so popular, and helped free the popular name from the shackles of simple genre writing. 2003, king was honored by the national book awards with a lifetime achievement award, the medal of distinguished contribution to american letters. Snyder, the former ceo of simon & schuster, described king's work as "non-literature", and critic harold bloom denounced the choice:The decision to give the national book foundation's annual award for "distinguished contribution" to stephen king is extraordinary, another low in the shocking process of dumbing down our cultural life. I've described king in the past as a writer of penny dreadfuls, but perhaps even that is too kind. Others came to king's defense, such as writer orson scott card, who responded:Let me assure you that king's work most definitely is literature, because it was written to be published and is read with admiration. Roger ebert's review of the 2004 movie secret window, he stated, "a lot of people were outraged that [king] was honored at the national book awards, as if a popular writer could not be taken seriously. 2008, king's book on writing was ranked 21st on entertainment weekly list of "the new classics: the 100 best reads from 1983 to 2008". And adaptations in other article: media based on stephen king and his wife tabitha own zone radio corp, a radio station group consisting of wzon/620 am,[108] wkit-fm/100. In addition to acting, king tried his hand at directing with maximum overdrive, in which he also made a cameo appearance as a man using a malfunctioning atm. Produced and acted in a television series, kingdom hospital, which is based on the danish miniseries riget by lars von trier. In 1995, playing to benefit the bangor public provided the voice of abraham lincoln in the audiobook version of assassination 2010, king appeared in a cameo role as a cleaner named bachman (a reference to his pen name richard bachman) on the fx series sons of anarchy. Driver bryan edwin smith, distracted by an unrestrained dog moving in the back of his minivan, struck king, who landed in a depression in the ground about 14 feet (4 meters) from the pavement of route 5. 17]:206 according to oxford county sheriff deputy matt baker, king was hit from behind and some witnesses said the driver was not speeding, reckless, or drinking. 114] in his book on writing king states he was heading north, walking against the traffic. Shortly before the accident took place, a woman in a car also heading north passed first king and then the light blue dodge van. 115] after five operations in ten days and physical therapy, king resumed work on on writing in july, though his hip was still shattered and he could sit for only about forty minutes before the pain became unbearable. The van was later crushed at a junkyard, much to king's disappointment, as he fantasized about smashing it up. King later mentioned during an interview with fresh air's terry gross that he wanted the vehicle destroyed at a charity event in which individuals would donate money for an opportunity to smash it with a sledgehammer. 2002, king announced he would stop writing, apparently motivated in part by frustration with his injuries, which had made sitting uncomfortable and reduced his stamina. April 2008, king spoke out against hb 1423, a bill pending in the massachusetts state legislature that would restrict or ban the sale of violent video games to anyone under the age of 18. Although king stated that he had no personal interest in video games as a hobby, he criticized the proposed law, which he sees as an attempt by politicians to scapegoat pop culture, and to act as surrogate parents to other peoples' children, which he asserted is usually "disastrous" and "undemocratic. While conceding that he saw no artistic merit in some violent video games, king also opined that such games reflect the violence that already exists in society, which would not be lessened by such a law, and would be redundant in light of the ratings system that already exists for video games. King argued that such laws allow legislators to ignore the economic divide between the rich and poor, and the easy availability of guns, which he felt were the more legitimate causes of violence. Controversy emerged on may 5, 2008, when noel sheppard posted a clip of king at a library of congress reading event on the website newsbusters. King, talking to high-school students, had said: "if you can read, you can walk into a job later on. 123] king responded later that day, saying, "that a right-wing-blog would impugn my patriotism because i said children should learn to read, and could get better jobs by doing so, is beneath contempt...

King again defended his comment in an interview with the bangor daily news on may 8, saying, "i'm not going to apologize for promoting that kids get better education in high school, so they have more options. King added that he does believe that each person should be obligated to some type of government service or altruism. March 8, 2011, king spoke at a political rally in sarasota aimed against governor rick scott (r-fl), voicing his opposition to the tea party movement. April 30, 2012, king published an article in the daily beast calling for rich americans, including himself, to pay more taxes, citing it as "a practical necessity and moral imperative that those who have received much should be obligated to pay ... On august 6, 2015, king posted on twitter: "how's this for a trump campaign slogan: if you're white, you're all right! 133][134][135][136] on june 5, 2016, king referred to trump on twitter as "a thin-skinned racist with the temperament of a 3-year-old. 137] trump later blocked him on twitter, with king responding: “i am hereby blocking him from seeing it or mr mercedes. 128] he was critical of lepage for incorrectly suggesting in a weekly radio address on march 18, 2015, that king avoided paying maine income taxes by living out of state for part of the year. King said lepage was "full of the stuff that makes the grass grow green"[140] and demanded that lepage "man up and apologize". 141] lepage declined to apologize to king, stating "i never said stephen king did not pay income taxes. 142] lepage further told king that he should "make me the villain of your next book and i won’t charge you royalties". Attention garnered by the lepage criticism has led to efforts to encourage king to run for governor of maine in 2018. Bangor city councilor joe baldacci posted on his facebook page that he was starting a draft stephen king effort, and democratic state rep. His spokeswoman posted to baldacci's facebook comment that he would likely decline to run,[144] and king himself stated he would not run or serve on march 23 while still criticizing what he said was the "laziness that made him mad" about not checking his tax payments and that lepage had "a problem finding a comfortable pair of big-boy pants". 146] on august 27, 2016, king sent another tweet about lepage, calling him "a bigot, a homophobe, and a racist". Stephen and tabitha king foundation, chaired by the author and his wife, ranks 6th among maine charities in terms of average annual giving with over $2. 151] both of their sons are authors: owen king published his first collection of stories, we're all in this together: a novella and stories, in 2005. Joseph hillstrom king, who writes as joe hill, published a collection of short stories, 20th century ghosts, in 2005. 17]:73 shortly after the novel's publication, king's family and friends staged an intervention, dumping on the rug in front of him evidence of his addictions taken from his office including beer cans, cigarette butts, grams of cocaine, xanax, valium, nyquil, dextromethorphan (cough medicine) and marijuana. As king related in his memoir, he then sought help, quit all drugs (including alcohol) in the late 1980s, and has remained sober since. In 1999, king wrote the girl who loved tom gordon, featuring former red sox pitcher tom gordon as the protagonist's imaginary companion. In 2004, king co-wrote a book titled faithful: two diehard boston red sox fans chronicle the historic 2004 season with stewart o'nan, recounting the authors' roller-coaster reaction to the red sox's 2004 season, a season culminating in the sox winning the 2004 american league championship series and world series. 154] in the 2005 film fever pitch, about an obsessive boston red sox fan, king tosses out the first pitch of the sox's opening-day article: list of awards and nominations received by stephen awards 2009: just after sunset[155]. Articles: stephen king bibliography, stephen king short fiction bibliography, and unpublished and uncollected works by stephen rock (stephen king). Marky ramone on drugs, cursing out sting and writing a song in stephen king’s basement". Writer stephen king: if you can't read, you'll end up in the army or iraq". 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