Stephen King Short Story in The New Yorker

by Rachel Baker on March 5, 2015

In case you missed it, Stephen King has a short story titled, A Death, at The New Yorker. The story is set in the Dakota territories in the 1880s.

If you are a fan, click through and read it. If you aren’t a fan, you may be interested in this article about how King’s New Yorker publishing record compares with Alice Munro’s, instead.

This article was written by: Rachel Baker – Click to follow on Twitter; or you can follow her at The Crafty Veteran on Bloglovin

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