STEPHEN KING - BROADSIDE SIGNED CIRCA 1988 - HFSID 258414
STEPHEN KING Large signed 1988 broadside copy of Stephen King's essay Letters from Hell, about the letters that he gets and the writing process, laminated to 25¼x20¼ Broadside signed "Stephen King".
Sale Price $1,640.00
Large signed 1988 broadside copy of Stephen King's essay Letters from Hell, about the letters that he gets and the writing process, laminated to 25¼x20¼
Broadside signed "Stephen King". 23¾x17¾ broadside with irregular left, right and bottom edges, laminated to 25¼x20¼ on a sheet of white posterboard. Titled: "Letters from Hell". Published by the Lord John Press, Northridge, California. Designed and printed by Vance Gerry & Patrick Reagh. ©1988 Stephen King. Four-column essay by King about the letters that he gets and the writing process. King (born in 1947) is a prolific and popular horror writer burst onto the scene with Carrie (1974), which, like many of his other works, was adapted for the big screen. His other books include 'Salem's Lot (1975), The Shining (1977), Cujo (1981), Pet Sematary (1983), Misery (1987), The Tommy Knockers (1988), Dolores Claiborne (1993), The Green Mile (1996) and Dreamcatcher (2000), and King has also written acclaimed short stories as well as novels under the pen name of Richard Bachman. Not examined outside of lamination. Lightly toned. Mylar lamination is lightly scuffed and scratched and has horizontal striations (not visible head-on). Otherwise in fine condition.
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