Keynote With Tabitha And Stephen

Posted: May 13, 2023, 03:45:02

Maine Library Association Fundraiser Featuring Stephen and Tabitha King will take place on May 21 at the Sunday River Ski Resort - Grand Summit Hotel Ballroom. At 7:15 Stephen and Tabitha will give the Keynote. Please note that the Kings will not be giving autographs or signing books at this event.

Join us for an evening with Maine authors, philanthropists, and library advocates, Stephen and Tabitha King.

The Kings really need no introduction. They have created many books for readers to enjoy over the past several decades, and have given generously to Maine communities through the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation, which has awarded grants to many libraries around the state of Maine. They are major supporters of the work that libraries do, and the ideals our profession upholds.

Proceeds from this event will help to fund the work we do, in support of our mission to promote and enhance the value of Maine libraries and librarianship, to foster cooperation among those who work in and for Maine libraries, and to provide leadership in ensuring that information is accessible to all citizens from their libraries.

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Posted: May 12, 2023, 12:26:18

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The Monky Stars Theo James

Posted: May 9, 2023, 22:15:46
Section: Film » The Monkey

Theo James will star in the movie version of King’s story The Monkey

The team behind the project includes James Wan who is producing with Michael Clear and Jason Cloth. The story has been adapted for the screen by Osgood Perkins who also will direct.

Talking about the film, Wan said:

“Stephen King is the godfather of the horror genre. He had a huge influence on me as a child and throughout my career, and it’s always been a dream to help bring one of his stories to life. The Monkey is a personal favorite, with its simple, iconic and incredibly marketable conceit. And I can’t imagine anyone better than a visionary and lifelong genre fan like Osgood to bring this to life.”

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