Stephen King …for an hour

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This is an actual (posed) photo of Stephen King in college. To better understand the anecdote behind it, listen to the show posted here. You’ll find out which two books he thinks people should read to get ready for him, if they don’t know his work. You’ll note his possibly unfair lack of faith in Mike Carp of the Red Sox. Mostly you’ll hear a guy who combines a lively sense of humor with appropriate levels of seriousness. We all liked him.  Study-Dammit

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2 thoughts on “Stephen King …for an hour

  1. Richard

    Anyone who read the classic Greek plays knows the role of the secret agents of the arts as they transcribe the words for the classic masks to speak. Saddled with the Femme Fatales of the day, the Fates, Furies, and Muses, and a Deux ex Machina written in advance, all that remained for the secret agents was to report on the divine mischief of the Universal Mind in as flattering a way as possible using allegory, metaphor, and the proper turn of a phrase..

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