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Author:
Tim Underwood,Chuck Miller
ISBN13:
978-0451149626
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0451149629
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Signet; First Edition edition (October 6, 1987)
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Genre Fiction
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1242 kb
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Kingdom of Fear book.

Kingdom of Fear book.

KINGDOM OF FEAR is a collection of essays on the fiction of Stephen King. This book made me an even bigger fan of the author

KINGDOM OF FEAR is a collection of essays on the fiction of Stephen King. This book made me an even bigger fan of the author. Reading his peers' critiques provided me with an insight, and vaster appreciation for what King has done in the field. One critic even hailed him as the best horror writer of all time

1986 Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller Signet. 1987 The Gothic World of Stephen King: Landscape of Nightmares Gary Hoppenstand, Ray B. Browne Bowling Green State University Popular Press

1986 Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller Signet. Browne Bowling Green State University Popular Press. 1988 Reign of Fear: The Fiction and Film of Stephen King (1982-1989) Don Herron Pan. 5/1/1988 Bare Bones: Conversations on Terror with Stephen King (1988) Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller McGraw-Hill. 1988 Landscape of Fear: Stephen King's American Gothic Tony Magistrale Bowling Green State University Popular Press.

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Underwood, Tim; Miller, Chuck, 1952-. King, Stephen, 1947-, King, Stephen, Horror tales, American, Aufsatzsammlung. New York : New American Library. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by MishelP-loader on September 2, 2010.

Harlan Ellison on why King's books make bad movies is an exception. King's own introduction, as well as many of the essays, is more instructional than critical, obviously written with the fledgling terror-scribe in mind

Harlan Ellison on why King's books make bad movies is an exception. He says they are not mimetic at all, but essentially allegorical. Don Herron, in the token negative essay, presents a welcome counterpoint. King's own introduction, as well as many of the essays, is more instructional than critical, obviously written with the fledgling terror-scribe in mind. With contributions by Robert Bloch and Whitley Streiber, this particular audience will find much good advice.

1986: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller: Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King. 2008: Justin Brooks: Stephen King: A Primary Bibliography of the World’s Most Popular Author. 1988: Don Herron: Reign of Fear: The Fiction and Film of Stephen King (1982-1989). 1988: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller: Bare Bones: Conversations on Terror with Stephen King (1988). 1989: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller: Feast of Fear: Conversations with Stephen King (1989). 2008: Rocky Wood and Justin Brooks: Stephen King: The Non-Fiction. 2009: Bev Vincent: The Stephen King Illustrated Companion: The Life and Works of the Master of Horror.

Forewards by Stephen King and Andrew M. Greeley. Introductions by Robert Bloch, Bill Thompson, and Ramsey Campbell. Essays and signatures by 15 authors including Clive Barker, Harlan Ellison, Tim Underwood, Leslie Fielder, Don Herron, Chuck Miller, and more. Housed in a red slipcase.

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Non-fiction, anthology of 15 critical essays and introductions. Authors include Robert Bloch, Ramsey Campbell, Clive Barker, Harlan Ellison, and Whitley Streiber. Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King (with Chuck Miller) (NAL/Plume 0-452-25875-8, Sep ’86.

KINGDOM OF FEAR is a collection of essays on the fiction of Stephen King. It contains writings from his contemporaries in the genre, other horror novelists, editors and critics.
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  • KINGDOM OF FEAR is a collection of essays on the fiction of Stephen King. It contains writings from his contemporaries in the genre, other horror novelists, editors and critics.
    This book made me an even bigger fan of the author. Reading his peers' critiques provided me with an insight, and vaster appreciation for what King has done in the field. One critic even hailed him as the best horror writer of all time. I agree with that assessment although it is debatable even in this collection, he is definitely the best-selling horror writer and as the essays detail there is good reason for that.
    Some may be put off by a few of the obviously gushing tributes paid to King by those in the industry, but I feel him worthy of the high praise.
    And lest anyone come across this tome and get the impression it is a schmooze fest there are some very critical and uncomplimentary comments included.
    King has achieved such high acclaim that my one complaint is there hasn't been a follow-up publication released essaying his more recent works and how he has evolved from a schlock/horror writer into an author that chronicles an era with poignency and insight.