Discussion on Writing with Stephen King
Authors Stephen, Tabitha, and Owen King discussed their writing with Washington, D.C., area high school students. After all the… read more
Authors Stephen, Tabitha, and Owen King discussed their writing with Washington, D.C., area high school students. After all the authors read from their works they took questions from the students.
Tabitha King read from Candles Burning, a book started by the late Michael McDowell. Owen King read from a short story about a meerkat superhero. Stephen King read from a novel in progress to be called Under the Dome.
This event was sponsored by PEN/Faulkner’s “Writers in Schools” program and the Center for the Book and took place at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- John Y. Cole Founding Director Library of Congress->Center for the Book
- Jamilla Coleman Coordinator PEN/Faulkner Foundation->Writers in Schools
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