|References and footnotes|
The following is a complete list of books published by Stephen King, an American author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction, and fantasy. His books have sold more than 400 million copies,[needs update] and many of them have been adapted into feature films, television movies and comic books. King has published 65 novels/novellas, including seven under the pen name Richard Bachman, and five nonfiction books. He has written over 200 short stories, most of which have been compiled in book collections. Many of his stories are set in his home state of Maine.
|1981||Danse Macabre||Everest House||978-0-896-96076-3||400||Winner, Hugo Award for Best Non-Fiction Book, 1982;|
Winner, Locus Award for Best Related Non-Fiction Book, 1982
|1988||Nightmares in the Sky||Viking Studio Books||978-0-670-82307-9||128||Illustrated by f-stop Fitzgerald|
|2000||On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft||Scribner||978-0-684-85352-9||228||Winner, Bram Stoker Award for Best Non-Fiction, 2001;|
Winner, Locus Award for Best Non-Fiction Book, 2001
|Secret Windows: Essays and Fiction on the Craft of Writing||BOMC||978-0-965-01851-7||433|
|2004||Faithful||Scribner||978-0-743-26752-6||432||Written with Stewart O'Nan|
|1982||Creepshow||An anthology film consisting of adaptations of five short stories (3 of which were written original for the film)|
|1985||Cat's Eye||An anthology horror film based on King's short stories "Quitters, Inc." and "The Ledge"|
|Silver Bullet||A horror film based on King's novella Cycle of the Werewolf|
|1986||Maximum Overdrive||A comedy horror film written and directed by King, based on King's short story "Trucks"|
|1987||"Sorry, Right Number"||An episode of the horror anthology series Tales from the Darkside; later included in King's short story collection Nightmares & Dreamscapes|
|1989||Pet Sematary||A horror film based on King's novel of the same name|
|1991||Golden Years||An original television science fiction thriller limited series created by King, and cowritten with Josef Anderson|
|1992||Sleepwalkers||An original horror film|
|1994||The Stand||A television miniseries based on King's novel of the same name|
|1996||Michael Jackson's Ghosts||A musical short film with a story by King, Stan Winston, Mick Garris and Michael Jackson, based on an original concept by King and Michael Jackson|
|1997||The Shining||A three-episode television miniseries based on King's novel of the same name|
|1998||"Chinga"||An episode of the television series The X-Files, cowritten with series creator Chris Carter|
|1999||Storm of the Century||An original horror television miniseries|
|2002||Rose Red||An original horror television miniseries|
|2004||Kingdom Hospital||A horror television series based on Lars von Trier's The Kingdom|
|2006||Desperation||A horror television film based on King's novel of the same name|
|2014||"Heads Will Roll"||An episode of the television series Under the Dome, based on King's novel of the same name|
|A Good Marriage||A psychological thriller film based on King's novella of the same name|
|2016||Cell||A science fiction horror film based on King's novel of the same name, cowritten with Adam Alleca|
|2021||"The Circle Closes"||A science fiction fantasy episode of the 2020 television miniseries The Stand, based on and serving as a new ending for King's novel of the same name|
|Lisey's Story||A fantasy horror television miniseries based on King's novel of the same name|
|1982||Creepshow||Plume||978-0-452-25380-3||Graphic novel, illustrated by Bernie Wrightson|
|1985||The Bachman Books||NAL||978-0-453-00507-4||Originally four stories, with Rage removed from later editions|
|1988||Bare Bones – Conversations on Terror||McGraw-Hill||978-0-070-65759-5||Collected interviews|
|1994||Mid-life Confidential: The Rock Bottom Remainders Tour America with Three Chords and an Attitude||Viking Press||Essays written by members of the Rock Bottom Remainders, which included King|
|1997||Six Stories||Philtrum Press||Limited edition (1100 copies); five of these stories reissued in Everything's Eventual (2002), one of them (Blind Willie) reissued in Hearts in Atlantis (1999)|
|1999||Blood and Smoke||Simon & Schuster||978-0-671-04617-0||Original audiobook of three stories; collected in Everything's Eventual (2002)|
|Storm of the Century||Pocket Books||978-0-671-03264-7||Original screenplay, published shortly before the initial airing|
|2000||The Plant||Philtrum Press||Published partially in 1982/83/85/2000; Unfinished|
|2009||Stephen King Goes to the Movies||Pocket Books||978-1-416-59236-5||Contains five previously collected short stories|
|2010||Blockade Billy||Simon & Schuster||978-1-451-60821-2||Contains the title short story and "Morality", both collected in The Bazaar of Bad Dreams (2015)|
|American Vampire Vol. 1||Vertigo||978-1-401-22830-9||Graphic novel, co-written with Scott Snyder, Illustrated by Rafael Albuquerque;|
Winner, Eisner Award for Best New Series, 2011
|2013||Ghost Brothers of Darkland County||Hear Music||978-1-579-40235-8||Libretto for musical|
|Guns||Philtrum Press||Nonfiction essay written by King on the issue of gun violence|
|2016||Six Scary Stories||Cemetery Dance Publications||978-1-587-67570-6||An anthology of stories picked by Stephen King (not to be mistaken with Six Stories)|
|2016||Charlie the Choo-Choo||Simon & Schuster||978-1-534-40123-5||Published under pseudonym Beryl Evans, illustrated by Ned Dameron|
|Hearts in Suspension||University of Maine Press||978-0-891-01127-9||A collection of essays by King with other authors|
|2018||Flight or Fright||Cemetery Dance Publications||978-1-587-67679-6||An anthology edited by Stephen King and Bev Vincent, and including stories from King, Vincent, and Joe Hill|
- Stephen King short fiction bibliography
- Unpublished and uncollected works by Stephen King
- List of adaptations of works by Stephen King
- Morgan, Robert. Stephen King, Newsnight, BBC, November 22, 2006
- "Stephen King". The Science Fiction Awards Database. Retrieved 2016-01-30.
- "The Edgars". The Edgars Database. Retrieved 2016-01-28.
- "Lilja's Library – the World of Stephen King [1996 – 2022]".
- "Stephen King | Upcoming". stephenking.com.
- King, Stephen (5 September 2023). Holly. ISBN 9781668016138 – via www.simonandschuster.com.
- "2011 Eisner Awards". San Diego Comic Convention. 2 December 2012. Retrieved 2017-09-14.