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STEPHEN KING: UNCOLLECTED, UNPUBLISHED

Wood, Rocky, and David Rawsthorne and Norma Blackburn., editors

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ISBN 10: 1587671301 / ISBN 13: 9781587671302
Published by Cemetery Dance., Baltimore, MD:, 2005
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HC in dust jacket and slipcase. 1st Printing. One of 2000 numbered copies signed by Wood, Rawthorne, and Blackburn. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket and slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # 29230

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Title: STEPHEN KING: UNCOLLECTED, UNPUBLISHED

Publisher: Cemetery Dance., Baltimore, MD:

Publication Date: 2005

Edition: 1st edition.

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Synopsis:

There are a multitude of interesting updates in the revised edition of the classic book about King's 'hidden' work - Stephen King: Uncollected, Unpublished. This edition is likely to prove to the definitive book about King's uncollected, unpublished and lost works.
Included in the new information are a series of newly discovered unpublished works. For many of which the author was able to secure Stephen King's exclusive and definitive statements about how they originated, and why they never saw the light of day. Many of these quotes are entertaining and even controversial. Among previously unknown works are:

    • Hatchet Head.
    • The Ladies Room.
    • and another incomplete 'Western' novel.
Stephen King reveals more about:
    • His screenplay of Asylum.
    • The Street Kid's Bible.
    • The Accident.
    • The Corner.
    • On the Island.
    • Pinfall.
    • The Star Invaders.
    • The Tommyknockers.
    • The haunted radio station screenplay and his lost radio play. One of these tales would have been Richard Bachman original!
Stephen King also helps clears up many mysteries about titles and stories he is rumoured to have written, all exclusively for this edition of Stephen King: Uncollected, Unpublished, including that rumoured screenplay of Poltergeist!
There are new Chapters with full detail about these newly published but uncollected tales:
    • American Vampire.
    • The Dune.
    • Herman Wouk is Still Alive.
    • The Little Green God of Agony.
    • Mile 81.
    • Morality.
    • Premium Harmony.
    • Throttle.
    • Ur.
New Poems have been added, including:
    • Mostly Old Men.
    • The Bone Church.
    • Tommy.
And there are significant revisions to many chapters, including:
    • The Reploids.
    • The Huffman Story
    • Squad D based on information exclusively provided for this edition by Stephen King!
    • Other updated chapters include new information about I Was A Teenage Grave Robber and a full revision of The Cannibals following the publication of Under the Dome.

About the Author:

Rocky Wood lives in Melbourne, Australia and is the co-author of three major works about Stephen King, all of which were nominated for the Horror Writers Association's Bram Stoker Award nomination for Superior Achievement in Non-Fiction - 'Stephen King: Uncollected, Unpublished' (latest edition from Overlook Connection Press), 'Stephen King: The Non-Fiction' (Cemetery Dance) and 'Stephen King: The Literary Companion' (McFarland), which won the 2011 Bram Stoker Award.
He is also the author of 'Horror! Great Tales of Fear and Their Creators' (McFarland), a graphic novel illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne, which was shortlisted for a Black Quills Award; and 'Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times' (McFarland), with Lisa Morton and illustrated by Greg Chapman.
He has spoken at numerous conventions, including the SKEMER Con in Estes Park, Colorado (2003); Continuum 3 (2005) and Continuum 4 (2006) in Melbourne; Conflux 3 in Canberra (2006); the 2nd Annual Stephen King Dollar Baby Festival in Bangor, Maine (2005), the World Horror Conventions in Salt Lake City (2008 and 2012); the World Horror Convention in Austin (2011); the Bram Stoker Award Weekends (Burbank, 2009 and Long Island, 2011); Worldcon in Melbourne (2010); and has even addressed Stephen King's hometown Historical Society about the author's works and motivations. He has undertaken seven research trips to Maine, rediscovering many previously lost or unknown pieces written by King. He has published non-fiction worldwide for over thirty years; and is recognized as one of the world's leading experts on King's work.
He served as a Trustee of the Horror Writers Association (HWA) from 2008 to 2010; and was elected President of the HWA in 2010, and re-elected in 2012. He is also a proud member of the Australian Horror Writers Association.

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