Library of Congress: Stephen King and Family Speak About WritingStephen King, his wife, novelist Tabitha King, and son, writer Owen King, in a reading and discussion for students at the Library. The King family read and discussed their work with students from Cardozo High School, IDEA Public Charter School and McKinley Technology High School.
UMASS: A Conversation With Stephen King (1:38:42)Stephen King's words on page and screen have thrilled and chilled fans for three decades, but opportunities to hear those words spoken by the author himself are rare. King took to the stage at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell.
WGBH: A Conversation with Stephen King (1:01:11)Stephen King reads from his new novel "11/22/63," in which a man travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. King discusses the novel, and his long literary career, with novelist Tom Perrotta. This lecture was presented by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and recorded on 11/7/11.