List of Assorted Material in Relation to Stephen King
The following chart is a list of any and all media in relation to the popular author Stephen King. This includes the following: novels he has written; short fiction he has written and the magazines they were included with; novels he has written under a pseudonym (e.g. Richard Bachman); films based on his fiction; short films based on his fiction; television shows based on his fiction; and an assortment of other material.
List of Assorted Material
|Land of 1,000,000 Years Ago||1959||Written by Stephen King||Self-published||Short story|||
|Thirty-One of the Classics||1959||Written by Stephen King||Self-published||Novella|||
|Jumper||1959||Written by Stephen King||Published in Dave's Rag; later included in Secret Windows: Essays and Fiction||Short story|||
|Rush Call||1960||Written by Stephen King||Published in Dave's Rag; later included in Secret Windows: Essays and Fiction||Short story|||
|People, Places and Things||1960||Half of the stories were written by King; the other half by Chris Kelsey||Self-published as its own book||Short fiction collection|||
UNFINISHED (edited every day to add more stuff DO NOT EDIT!!!)
- Bloom, Harold (2002). Bloom's BioCritiques: Stephen King. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers. p. 9. ISBN 0-7910-6178-7. Search this book on
- Stephen King wrote about how he self-published a novella called Thirty-One of the Classics in the summer of 1959 in On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft (2000).
- Stephen King talked about how he published Jumper in his brother's magazine Dave's Rag in 1959 in On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft
- Stephen King talks about this short story in On Writing briefly
- People, Places and Things was confirmed by King to have exist; it is, however, currently nowhere to find
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