Books about Stephen King

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There have been many books published about Stephen King and his works.

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  • 1981: Edward J. Zagorski: Teacher's Manual: Novels of Stephen King
  • 1984: Douglas E. Winter: Stephen King: The Art of Darkness: The Life and Fiction of the Master of the Macabre
  • 1986: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller: Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King
  • 1988: Don Herron: Reign of Fear: The Fiction and Film of Stephen King (1982-1989)
  • 1988: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller: Bare Bones: Conversations on Terror with Stephen King (1988)
  • 1989: Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller: Feast of Fear: Conversations with Stephen King (1989)
  • 1989: George Beahm: The Stephen King Companion
  • 1989: Tyson Blue: The Unseen King
  • 1990: Stephen Spignesi: The Stephen King Quiz Book
  • 1991: Stephen Spignesi: The Complete Stephen King Encyclopedia (includes art by Steve Fiorilla, Jim McDermott and others)
  • 1992: Tony Magistrale (Ed.): The Dark Descent: Essays Defining Stephen King's Horrorscape
  • 1992: Stephen Spignesi: The Second Stephen King Quiz Book
  • 1998: Harold Bloom (Ed.): Stephen King (part of series Modern Critical Views)
  • 1998: Stephen Spignesi: The Lost Work of Stephen King
  • 2001: Stanley Wiater, Christopher Golden, Hank Wagner: The Stephen King Universe; A Guide to the Worlds of Stephen King
  • 2001: Stephen Spignesi: The Essential Stephen King
  • 2003: Rocky Wood, David Rawsthorne, Norma Blackburn: The Complete Guide to the Works of Stephen King First and Second Editions 2004: Third Edition [1]
  • 2004: Bev Vincent: The Road to the Dark Tower[2]
  • 2006: Rocky Wood, with David Rawsthorne and Norma Blackburn: Stephen King: Uncollected, Unpublished[3]
  • 2007: Rocky Wood and Justin Brooks: The Stephen King Collector's Guide[4]
  • 2008: Justin Brooks: Stephen King: A Primary Bibliography of the World’s Most Popular Author[5]
  • 2008: Rocky Wood and Justin Brooks: Stephen King: The Non-Fiction[6]
  • 2009: Bev Vincent: The Stephen King Illustrated Companion: The Life and Works of the Master of Horror[7]
  • 2011: Andrew J. Rausch and Ronald Riley: The Stephen King Movie Quiz Book
  • 2011: Andrew J. Rausch: The Wit and Wisdom of Stephen King
  • 2011: Rocky Wood and Justin Brooks: Stephen King: A Literary Companion
  • 2011: John Sears: "Stephen King's Gothic"

Material about King can also be found in his own partly autobiographical On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft (2000), as well as scattered throughout King's Danse Macabre (1981).

A critical analysis of King's work can be found in S. T. Joshi's The Modern Weird Tale (2001).