Posts Tagged ‘carrie’
Listener and commenter Tom Leroux was kind enough to put an idea in my head. Why not go through the King bibliography chronologically. So here we go. This is not the first time someone has done this: the folks at Cemetery Dance have been carrying on with Stephen King Revisited for almost a year now, led by Richard Chizmar.
In any case, here’s my first cut at the chronology: my take on Carrie, the first novel King published. Hope you enjoy.
There won’t be a fresh Kingcast next week — I’m taking a little time off. But I’ll upload something from the archives and be back with 2.12 in two weeks.
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I’m back with a bit of a survey through the worlds of fatherhood in Stephen King, prompted by the death of my dad on August 11.
Also have some tidbits on the Dark Tower movie project, the new production of Carrie, and a little bragging. Enjoy!