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The Sandman #1

• <b>Author:</b> Neil Gaiman and Others<p>The first issue of the first volume of Neil Gaiman's horror/fantasy epic! An occultist accidentally traps Morpheus, the embodiment of Dreams, and holds him for 70 years. Finally free, Morpheus seeks his lost objects of power and rediscovers his place in the universe.

Stephen King Forcing a Return to Bookstores

Stephen King, the wildly successful American writer, is refusing to publish an ebook version of his new book <i>Joyland</i>. The book is set to be released …

The Colbert Report

About the Show<p>The Colbert Report<p>As America's most fearless purveyor of "truthiness," Stephen Colbert shines a light on ego-driven punditry, moral …


Stephen King is arguably the greatest storyteller of his generation, a modern day Charles Dickens, and writer of over fifty novels. Although King is …

Why Stephen King Spends 'Months and Even Years' Writing Opening Sentences

The author of horror classics like The Shining and its 2013 sequel Doctor Sleep says the best writers hook their readers with voice, not just action.<p>Doug McLean<p>Stephen King brings us two new novels in 2013 -- one on shelves already, and the other forthcoming. In June, <i>Joyland</i> was published by Hard …

Stephen King's Family Business -

Life in Maine, where Stephen King has spent most of his adult years, requires long drives down country roads, time that King, whose mind is restless, likes to fill by listening to books on tape.<p>Read more on

Surprise: Stephen King's Family Is Weird

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p><i>The New York Times Magazine</i> published a lengthy profile on Stephen King and his family online today …

The ‘Horrible’ Thing Author Stephen King Made His Daughter Do When She Was a Child

Iconic horror novelist Stephen King would likely be the first person to acknowledge that—like most successful artists—he tends toward the, shall we say, atypical at times.<p>How else could he have come up with scary characters for “Carrie,” “The Shining,” and “Pet Sematary”?<p>Horror Novelist Stephen …

Learn Composition from the Photography of Henri Cartier-Bresson

<b>Update</b>: The Foundation of Henri Cartier-Bresson has asked that this article be taken down. Apologies.