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The King and I

What a great time last night in Albuquerque, at the Kiva Auditorium.

Stephen King is on tour to promote his new novel, END OF WATCH, the third and concluding volumes in his 'Mercedes killer' trilogy, and the good folks at Bookworks were kind enough to ask me to sit down with him for an hour of conversation.



We talked about childhood, writing, reading, naked day, the nature of evil, and rats.



Went for an hour, but we could have gone for ten. Steve's an amazing guy, and a great writer.

(We hope to be able to offer a video soon. Watch this space).

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grrm
Jun. 20th, 2016 10:14 pm (UTC)
Re: Hugo nom?
No. Though "Obits" is a damned fine story. Already won an Edgar.
Frank Probst
Jun. 21st, 2016 06:57 pm (UTC)
Re: Hugo nom?
That's going to be an interesting category. It may get No Awarded by a lot of people just because it's five-for-five with Beale's recommendations. But I thought both Obits and Folding Beijing were both easily "Hugo worthy".

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