Stephen King Printable Bibliography

Stephen King: A Primary Bibliography of the World's Most Popular Author
by Justin Brooks

About the Book:
Weighing in at over 560 pages, Stephen King: A Primary Bibliography of the World's Most Popular Author is by far the most comprehensive Stephen King Bibliography ever produced, with 958 separate entries, each with a short description and full source data, from publication information right down to page numbers!

Author Justin Brooks spent five years compiling this outstanding reference work, with the assistance of many of the leading King researchers, collectors and 'super-collectors'. Covering all King's published and known unpublished works from 1959 to the end of 2005, this volume reveals dozens of works and appearances previously unknown to King researchers. Every known English language appearance of the nearly one thousand pieces of fiction and non-fiction (along with screenplays, plays, poems and even recipes and puzzles) are listed.

Working from original sources Brooks has identified and corrected numerous errors in the previous reporting of material--incorrect titles, dates, pagination and even publication information.

If you've ever wanted to build your King collection to ensure you have every piece it is possible to collect, in all their forms, this is the reference work you must have.

Introduced by noted King researcher Rocky Wood, author of Stephen King: Uncollected, Unpublished, the book also carries a comprehensive Index of titles and alternative titles.

Among new revelations in the book are:
• Two previously unknown King pieces from his high school days--sports reporting in the Lisbon Enterprise (and these are not the articles King describes in On Writing)

• The "Why I Love The Beatles Essay" that won King an award

• King's 1966 "Batman and Robin" script

• A 1967 column supporting the US troops in Vietnam

• A letter 14-year-old King wrote to Forrest J. Ackerman, published in a 1987 auction catalog

• Previously unknown articles and letters to the editor from The Maine Campus, including a review of the Spring 1969 issue of Ubris

• A large number of previously unknown letters to the editor

• Obscure appearances of pieces such as "Brooklyn August"

• Introductions to the work of other authors; and book reviews published in unusual venues

• Reprints of both fiction and non-fiction in obscure newspapers and magazines, including in the UK, Canada and Australia

• Original titles of published works

• Comprehensive details of King's non-fiction in the Bangor Daily News and other Maine newspapers, much of it controversial

• Dates and publications of "lost" pieces such as the reprint of a King's "Garbage Truck" in a downstate newspaper; and such unusual venues as Chernobog

Full Bibliographic citations, a short summary, and relevant notes are given for:

• 103 published book length works; and 19 unpublished novels

• 191 pieces of published short fiction and 24 unpublished short stories

• An amazing 560 pieces of short non-fiction and 9 unpublished pieces of short non-fiction

• 12 poems

• 1 puzzle and 3 recipes

• 36 screenplays and 4 plays

In total there are 958 individual entries covering almost 2100 separate appearances!

How many do you have in your King collection?

About the Author:
Justin Brooks holds a B.S. Degree in Interdisciplinary Social Science. He has been collecting and researching King for the last decade and has interests in several specific areas of study.

Published in three states:
• Perfect-bound trade paperback ($25)
• Smyth-sewn clothbound HARDCOVER with full-color dust jacket ($40)
• Deluxe Traycased Lettered Edition, limited to 52 signed and lettered leather-bound copies featuring an original Glenn Chadbourne sketch on the signature sheet ($175)

Lettered Edition Status:
The deluxe Lettered Edition of this book is currently with our hand-binder. After he completes his work, we will immediately ship a finished copy to our traycase manufacturer who will begin building the traycases. He requires a finished copy to guarantee the sizing is just right. We will update this page as the Lettered Edition progresses through production. Thank you for your patience.

Here is the list of Stephen King’s books we’re reading as part of Stephen King Revisited, along with links to the essays and other content we have posted for each book.

Carrie (1974)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Ray Garton * Richard’s follow-up
‘Salem’s Lot (1975)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Christopher Golden
The Shining (1977)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Michael Koryta
Rage (1977)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Norman Prentiss
Night Shift (1978)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Brian Keene
The Stand (1978)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Josh Boone
The Long Walk (1979) [by Richard Bachman]
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Ed Gorman
The Dead Zone (1979)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Chet Williamson
Firestarter (1980)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Ian Rogers
Roadwork (1981) [by Richard Bachman]
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts
Danse Macabre (1981)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Hank Wagner
Cujo (1981)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Kealan Patrick Burke
The Running Man (1982) [by Richard Bachman]
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts
The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger (1982)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Bev Vincent
Different Seasons (1982)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts
Christine (1983)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by James Newman
Cycle of the Werewolf (1983)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts
Pet Sematary (1983)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Stewart O’Nan
The Eyes of the Dragon (1984)
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts * Guest Essay by Joseph Madden
The Talisman (1984) with Peter Straub
Historical Essay * Richard’s Thoughts
Thinner (1984) [by Richard Bachman]
Skeleton Crew (1985)
IT (1986)
The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three (1987)
Misery (1987)
The Tommyknockers (1987)
The Dark Half (1989)
The Stand: The Complete & Uncut Edition (1990)
Four Past Midnight (1990)
The Dark Tower: The Waste Lands (1991)
Needful Things (1991)
Gerald’s Game (1992)
Dolores Claiborne (1992)
Nightmares & Dreamscapes (1993)
Insomnia (1994)
Rose Madder (1995)
The Green Mile (1996)
Desperation (1996)
The Regulators (1996) [by Richard Bachman]
The Dark Tower: Wizard and Glass (1997)
Bag of Bones (1998)
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon (1999)
Hearts in Atlantis (1999)
Storm of the Century (1999)
On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft (2000)
Dreamcatcher (2001)
Black House (2001) with Peter Straub
Everything’s Eventual (2001)
From a Buick 8 (2002)
The Dark Tower: Wolves of the Calla (2003)
The Dark Tower: Song of Susannah (2004)
The Dark Tower: The Dark Tower (2004)
Faithful (2004) with Stewart O’Nan
The Colorado Kid (2005)
Cell (2006)
Lisey’s Story (2006)
The Secretary of Dreams: Volume One (2006)
Blaze (2007) [by Richard Bachman]
Duma Key (2008)
Just After Sunset (2008)
Under the Dome (2009)
Blockade Billy (2010)
The Secretary of Dreams: Volume 2 (2010)
Full Dark, No Stars (2010)
11/22/63 (2011)
The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole (2012)
Joyland (2013)
The Dark Man (2013)
Doctor Sleep (2013)
Mr. Mercedes (2014)
Revival (2014)
Finders Keepers (2015)
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams (2015)
End of Watch (2016)
Charlie the Choo-Choo (2016) [by Beryl Evans]
Six Scary Stories selected by Stephen King (2016)
Gwendy’s Button Box (2017) with Richard Chizmar
Sleeping Beauties (2017) with Owen King

** Other Posts of Interest:
Richard’s SK Top Ten Novels List (as of the beginning of this re-reading process)

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