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King, Stephen

There are many different factors that go into making a book collectible. Two obvious factors are its age and the popularity of its author, but also condition comes into play, the unique features of the design and the publication. In this example from the prolific American horror and suspense author Stephen King, we can see just how some of these factors come to affect the price.

The Stand is a post-apocalyptic tale of moral and psychological threat, written when the novelist King was in what some reviewers call his ‘early’ period with solidly horrific tales like Carrie, The Shining, and It. In later years (through the 90’s) his novels moved towards suspense and thriller, such as Dolore Claireborne, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, etc.

The Stand isn’t actually particularly ‘old’ as far as collectible books go. The first edition by publisher Doubleday was in 1978, and didn’t even have a clothbound or otherwise specialist cover and binding. With a book that is only just over thirty years old, would you be surprised if I told you that some First Editions were selling at auction for over $800? As a matter of fact, a dedicated search reveals several First Edition Doubleday’s of the master of Horror’s ‘The Stand’ going for prices that range from $350 right up to that $800 mark. This large difference in prices highlights just how varied the collectible marketplace can be, and how the budding collector needs to be armed with advice, patience and a dash of business acumen.

So, what can we assume has made this book from the end of the seventies so valuable? Our first impression is of the overwhelming popularity of the author. Stephen King, as a writer, has been growing from strength to strength, and is an author who now has an impressive back catalogue of books catering to a range of tastes. Stephen King is now a respected literary figure of weight, and his prestige is conferred as value to his early first editions accordingly. If you are looking to start a collecting career, you might do far worse than to look to established contemporary greats such as Stephen King, John Grisham, JK Rowling, who have all accrued a large amount of popular acclaim, it wouldn’t surprise us if ┬átheir back catalogue is valued to collectors for many years to come!

King, Stephen. The Glass Floor. Health Knowledge, Inc., New York (1967). Startling Mystery Stories, Fall Vol. 1 No. 6.

King, Stephen. . The Reaper's Image. Health Knowledge, Inc., New York (1969). Startling Mystery Stories, Spring #12

King, Stephen. Moth. Blanket Conspiracy, Maine (1970). Edited by George MacLeod; Introduction by J.J. Bishop; work from: Tabitha Spruce, Stephen King, Michael Alpert, and others; 3 poems by King

King, Stephen . Carrie . Doubleday & Company, Inc., New York (1974). First issue with 'P6' on p199

King, Stephen . Carrie. New English Library, London (1974).

King, Stephen . Salems Lot . Doubleday & Co, New York (1975). DJ till second state with Father Cody misprint fixed later to Father Callahan; first issue book with Q37, third issue Q41 on p 439

Stephen King . Salems Lot . New English Library, London (1975). First UK Edition

King, Stephen. Rage . New American Library, Ontario (1977). King writing under the pseudonym Richard Bachman; First Canadian Edition (simultaneous with US Edition)

King, Stephen . The Shining. Doubleday & Company, Inc., New York (1977). First issue with R49 on last page; DJ illustrated by Dave Christensen

King, Stephen . The Shining. New English Library, London (1977). First UK Edition

King, Stephen . Night Shift . Doubleday & Co, New York (1978). Collection of 29 short stories; first edition of 12000 copies; first issue with S52 on p 336, U3 for book club edition

Carr, Terry (editor). The Cat from Hell. Berkley Publishing Corp. (1978). Collection of short stories by: Stephen King, H. Ellison, Woody Allen, T..C. Boyle and others

King, Stephen. The Gunslinger. Mercury Press, Inc. (1978). The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger; Serialized in 5 issues of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction : The Gunslinger Volume 55, No. 4, The Way Station Volume 58, No. 4, The Oracle and the Mountains Volume 60, No. 2, The Slow Mutants Volume 61, No. 1, The Gunslinger and the Dark Man Volume 61, No. 5; Also contains original contributions by Thomas M. Disch, Algis Budrys, C. J. Cherryh, Gahan Wilson, Michael Bishop, Isaac Asimov, Charles Sheffield, Pat Cadigan, John Brunner, etc.

King, Stephen . The Stand . Doubleday & Co, New York (1978). First issue code T39 is on page 823

King, Stephen. The Dead Zone . Macdonald and Janes, London (1979). First Printing

King, Stephen . The Dead Zone . Viking, New York (1979). First Printing

McCauley, Kirby (Editor). Dark Forces. Macdonald, London (1980). Anthology; first appearance of Kign's novel 'The Mist'; Contributions by Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Karl Edward Wagner, Ramsey Campbell, Joe Haldeman, Richard Matheson, Clifford D Simak, Theodore Sturgeon, Robert Aickman, Manly Wade Wellman, Charles L. Grant, Lisa Tuttle, Russell Kirk

McCauley, Kirby (Editor). Dark Forces. Viking Press, New York (1980). New Stories of Suspense and Supernatural Horror; Anthology; first appearance of Kign's novel 'The Mist'; Contributions by Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Karl Edward Wagner, Ramsey Campbell, Joe Haldeman, Richard Matheson, Clifford D Simak, Theodore Sturgeon, Robert Aickman, Manly Wade Wellman, Charles L. Grant, Lisa Tuttle, Russell Kirk

McCauley, Kirby (editor). Dark Forces. Lonely Road Books (1980). New Stories of Suspense and Supernatural Horror; Anthology; first appearance of Kign's novel 'The Mist'; Contributions by Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Karl Edward Wagner, Ramsey Campbell, Joe Haldeman, Richard Matheson, Clifford D Simak, Theodore Sturgeon, Robert Aickman, Manly Wade Wellman, Charles L. Grant, Lisa Tuttle, Russell Kirk; 25th Anniversary Edition of 300 specially bound and signed copies with special afterword by the editor, over 20 B&W illustrations and 6 color-plates

King, Stephen . Firestarter. Phantasia Press, Huntington Woods, MI (1980). Limited Edition of 725 numbered and signed copies; plus 26 lettered copies

King, Stephen. Firestarter . Macdonald, London (1980). First UK Edition

King, Stephen . Firestarter . Viking Press, New York (1980). multiple printings

King, Stephen. Cujo . Macdonald, London (1981). First UK Edition

King, Stephen. Cujo . Mysterious Press, New York (1981). Edition includes a Limited Edition of 750 numbered and signed copies

King, Stephen . Danse Macabre . Everest House, New York (1981). Edition includes a limited edition of 250 numbered copies signed by author, and 35 publisher's copies

King, Stephen . Danse Macabre . Macdonald, London (1981). First UK Edition

King, Stephen. Dolans Cadillac. Lord John Press, California (1981). 1000 copies signed by author

King, Stephen. . Whispers Magazine. Whispers, Binghamton, NY (1982). August 1982 Vol.5 No.1/2 whole no.17/18; Edited by Stuart David Schiff; Edition of 376 copies; 350 numbered copies and 26 lettered copies, signed by King and Schiff; hardbound; Includes: Before the Play," "It Grows On You," and "On the Shining and Other Perpetrations" by Stephen King

King, Stephen. Creepshow. New American Library / Plume, New York (1982). Graphic Novel illustrated by Bernie Wrightson

King, Stephen. Creepshow. Stephen King, New York (1982). Screenplay; 1st draft

King, Stephen. Dark Tower. Donald M. Grant Publisher, Inc., Rhode Island (1982). The Complete Series; Illustrated in colour by Michael Whelan, Phil Hale, Ned Dameron, Dave McKean, Bernie Wrightson & Darrel Anderson; First Editions; 7 vol. : The Gunslinger. The Drawing of the Three. The Wastelands. Wizard and Glass. Wolves of the Calla. Song of Susannah. The Dark Tower

King, Stephen . The Gunslinger . Donald M Grant, Publisher, Rhode Island. (1982). Dark Tower I; illustrated by Michael Whelan; 10000 first editions; 500 numbered copies signed by author and illustrator

King, Stephen. The Drawing of the Three . Donald M Grant, Publisher, Rhode Island. (1982). Dark Tower II; Illustrated by Phil Hale; 850 Special Edition numbered copies signed by author and illustrator

King, Stephen. The Wastelands . Donald M Grant, Publisher, Rhode Island. (1982). Dark Tower III; illustrated by Ned Dameron; 1250 special edition numbered copies signed by author and illustrator

King, Stephen . Different Seasons . Viking Press, New York (1982). Collection of 4 stories; Includes: Hope Springs Eternal; Summer of Corruption; Fall From Innocence; A Winters Tale

Underwood, Tim (editor). Fear Itself. Underwood Miller, San Francisco (1982). The Horror Fiction of Stephen King; Chuck Miller (co-editor); introduction by Peter Straub; Foreword by Stephen King; Afterword by George A. Romero; 225 limited edition copies signed by Stephen King and other contributors: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Don Herron, Fritz Leiber, Alan Ryan, Charles L. Grant, Ben P. Indick, Douglas E. Winter, et al

King, Stephen. The Plant; Parts One & Two. . Philtrum Press, Maine (1982). 200 copies each; 2 vol.

King, Stephen. Black Magic and Music. Bangor Historical Society, Maine (1983). A Benefit for the Bangor Historical Society; Stephen King and Brad Terry and Friends of Jazz, Bangor House Ballroom, March 27, 1983; 2 editions - 2nd being abridged and only with material by Stephen King

King, Stephen . Christine . Donald Grant, New Hampshrie (1983). Illustrated by Stephen Gervais; Deluxe Limited Edition of 1000 numbered copies signed by author and illustrator

King,Stephen . Christine . Hodder & Stoughton, London (1983). First Edition UK;

King, Stephen. Christine . Sterling, Italian (1983). Italian reissue paperback; text in Italian

King, Stephen . Christine . The Viking Press, New York (1983). Uncorrected Proofs

King, Stephen. Cycle of the Werewolf . Land of Enchantment, Michigan (1983). Trade Hardcover Edition; Illustrated in colour and B&W by Bernie Wrightson; Edition total limited to 7500 copies; 250 limited edition numbered copies signed by author and illustrator; 100 deluxe limited edition numbered copies with original Art and Separate Portfolio of Prints by illustrator (12 colour, 12 B&W)

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Frankenstein . Dodd Mead & Co, New York (1983). Or The Modern Prometheus; Illustrated by Berni Wrightson; Introduction by Stephen King; 500 numbered copies signed by King and Wrightson

King, Stephen . Pet Sematary. DoubledayDay, New York (1983). First Edition plus 2 issues of an Uncorrected Galley Proof

King, Stephen. Rage . New English Library, London (1983). First UK Edition; under the pseudonym Richard Bachman

King, Stephen. The Plant. Philtrum Press, Bangor, Maine (1983). Volumes 1-3 issued separately between 1982-1985; 226 copies (200 numbered and 26 lettered) of each volume

King, Stephen . Eyes of the Dragon . Philtrum Press, Bangor, Maine (1984). Illustrated by Kenneth Linkhauser; 1000 numbered copies signed by author; 250 numbered copies for private distribution;

King, Stephen (et al.). Night Visions. Dark Harvest, Arlington Heights (1984). Complete Set; Various editors and contributors: Stephen King, Dean R Koontz, Dan Simmons, Robert McCammon, Richard Laymon, Karl Edward Wagner, Ray Garton, Tanith Lee, Joseph Payne Brennan, Douglas Winter, Cilve Barker, Stephen Gallagher, Ramsey Campbell & others ; 9 volumes; Trade Edition; Limited Slipcase Edition;

King, Stephen. Talisman . Donald M. Grant, West Kingston, RI (1984). Peter Straub (co-author); Edition limited to 1200 numbered copies signed by both authors; slipcase art by Thomas Canty; 2 volumes; Artists limited edition of 70 copies illustrated in color by Jeffrey Jones, Rowena Morrill, Thomas Canty, Berni Wrightson, Don Maitz, Stephen Gervais, Ned Dameron, Richard Berry, Phil Hale, and R. J. Krupowicz

King, Stephen . The Gunslinger . Donald M. Grant, West Kingston, RI (1984). The Dark Tower I; colour illustrations by Michael Whelan; 2nd edition limited to 10,000 copies

King, Stephen. Thinner . New American Library, New York (1984). Under the pseudonym Richard Bachman;

King, Stephen. Bachman Books . 1985 (1985). Collection of 4 novels written under the pseudonym Richard Bachman; Includes: Rage (1977), The Long Walk (1979), Roadwork (1981) and The Running Man (1982)

King,Stephen et al. . Castle Rock. Bangor,ME (1985). The Stephen King Newsletter; complete run of 57 issues

King, Stephen. Skeleton Crew . Macdonald, London (1985). UK First Edition

King, Stephen . Skeleton Crew . Putnam Publishing Group, New York (1985). Collection of 22 short stories

King, Stephen . Skeleton Crew. Scream Press, Santa Cruz (1985). Illustrated by J.K. Pooter; 1000 numbered copies signed by author and artist;

King, Stephen. It . Viking Press, New York (1986). multiple printings

King, Stephen . Nebel. Edition Phantasia, Linkenheim (1986). The Mist; 11 illustrations by Herbert Brandmier; Text in German; unauthorized edition; 500 numbered copies, signed by illustrator

King, Stephen . The Drawing of the Three. Donald M. Grant, West Kingston, RI (1987). Dark Tower II; Illustrated by Phil Hale; Illustrated Edition of 850 numbered copies signed by King and the illustrator

King,Stephen. Misery . Guild Publishing, London (1987).

King, Stephen. Misery . Viking, New York (1987). Multiple printings;

King, Stephen. Misery . Viking, Japan (1987). Japenese Edition; Japanese text

King, Stephen . Misery. Hodder & Stoughton, London (1987). First UK Edition

King, Stephen. The Eyes of the Dragon . Viking, New York (1987).

Robertson, Don. The Ideal, Genuine Man. Philtrum Press, Bangor, Maine (1987). Introduction by Stephen King; 500 numbered copies signed by Robertson and King

Stephen King . The Tommy Knockers . Putnams Sons, New York (1987).

Ryan, Alan (editor). Vampires. Doubleday & Company Inc, New York (1987). Two Centuries of Great Vampire Stories; Collection of 32 stories (33 in uncorrected proof; Stephen King's One for the Road dropped from trade edition); Contributors: Stephen King, Bram Stoker, J. Sheridan Le Fanu, Algernon Blackwood, M. R. James, Clark Ashton Smith, Manly Wade Wellman, August Derleth, Fritz Leiber, Richard Matheson, Charles Beaumont, Robert Bloch, Robert Aickman, et al

King, Stephen . Bare Bones. Underwood/Miller, Los Angeles (1988). Conversations on Terror with Stephen King; Edited by Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller; Lettered edition of 52 copies

King, Stephen. Letters from Hell. Lord John Press, California (1988). Limited Edition of 500 numbered copies and 26 lettered copies

King. Stephen . My Pretty Pony . Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (1988). Lithograph illustrations by Barbra Kruger; Limited edition of 250 copies (150 for sale, 100 for private collections); 30 roman-numeral copies for private distribution by author; signed by King and Kruger

Winter, Douglas E. (Editor). Night Visions 5 . Dark Harvest, Arlington Heights, Illinois (1988). Various editors, authors and artists: Stephen King, Clive Barker, Dean R. Koontz, Robert R. McCammon, Dan Simmons, Joe R. Lansdale, Thomas Tessier, David Morrell, Joseph Payne Brennan, Karl Edward Wagner, Ray Garton, Richard Laymon, Tanith Lee, et al; Illustrated; 850 Limited edition numbered copies signed by Stephen King, Dan Simmons, George R. R. Martin, Douglas E. Winter, Ron Lindahn and Val Lakey Lindahn

Winter, Douglas E. (Editor). Prime Evil. Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc., USA (1988). Illustrated by Thomas Canty; Collection of 13 stories; Contributors: Stephen King, Clive Barker, Peter Straub, Ramsey Campbell, Jack Cady, Dennis Etchison, Charles L Grant, Paul Hazel, Thomas Ligotti, Thomas Tessier, Whitley Strieber, David Morrell, M. John Harrison; Illustrated Edition limited to 1000 numbered copies signed by all contributors

Winter, Douglas E. (Editor). Prime Evil. Bantam Press, London (1988). Illustrated by Thomas Canty; Collection of 15 stories; Contributors: Stephen King, Clive Barker, Peter Straub, Ramsey Campbell, Jack Cady, Dennis Etchison, Charles L Grant, Paul Hazel, Thomas Ligotti, Thomas Tessier, Whitley Strieber, David Morrell, M. John Harrison; UK Illustrated Edition limited to 250 numbered copies signed by all contributors

Winter, Douglas (Editor). Prime Evil. New American Library, N.Y. (1988). Illustrated by Thomas Canty; Collection of 13 stories; Contributors: Stephen King, Clive Barker, Peter Straub, Ramsey Campbell, Jack Cady, Dennis Etchison, Charles L Grant, Paul Hazel, Thomas Ligotti, Thomas Tessier, Whitley Strieber, David Morrell, M. John Harrison; First Trade Edition

Winter, Douglas (Editor). Prime Evil. New English Library, London (1988). Illustrated by Thomas Canty; Collection of 13 stories; Contributors: Stephen King, Clive Barker, Peter Straub, Ramsey Campbell, Jack Cady, Dennis Etchison, Charles L Grant, Paul Hazel, Thomas Ligotti, Thomas Tessier, Whitley Strieber, David Morrell, M. John Harrison; First UK Trade Edition

King, Stephen. Reign of Fear. Underwood-Miller, Los Angeles (1988). Fiction and Film of Stephen King; Edited by Don Herron; Edition limited to 500 numbered copies and 26 lettered copies signed by 17 contributors: L. Sprague de Camp, Thomas M. Disch, Dennis Etchison, Jo Fletc her, Whoopi Goldberg, Burton Hatlin, Don Herron, Ben P. Indick, Frank Belknap Long, Dennis Rickard, Darrell Schweitzer, Guy N. Smith, Thomas Tessier, Peter Tremayne, Bill Warren, Stanley Wiater, Charles Williford, J. N. Williamson, Marv Wolfman

Feman, Ed (Editor). The Best Horror Stories. St Martins, N.Y. (1988). from the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction; Anne Jordan (co-editor); Contributors: Stephen King, Manly Wade Wellman, Ian Watson, Robert Aickman, Edgar Pangborn, Brian Aldiss, Lucius Shepard, Robert Aickman, Russell Kirk, Ron Goulart, Richard Matheson, Robert Bloch, Tom Reamy and Others; Edition of 1000 copies

King, Stephen. The Gunslinger . Charles Scribners Sons, New York (1988). Dark Tower I

King, Stephen . Dark Half . Hodder & Stoughton, London (1989).

King, Stephen. Dolans Cadillac . Lord John Press, California (1989). 3 issues in edition; Limited Edition of 1000 numbered copies signed by author; Deluxe issue of 250 numbered copies, specially bound, signed by author; Presentation issue of 100 copies signed by author

King, Stephen . My Pretty Pony . Knopf / Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (1989). Illustrated by Barbara Kruger; first trade edition: 15,000 copies; 250 limited edition signed by King and Kruger

King, Stephen . The Dark Half . Viking, New York (1989). First US edition

King, Stephen . The Dark Half.. Hodder & Stoughton, London (1989). UK Edition

King, Stephen (et al). Dark Dreamers . Underwood-Miller, Novato (1990). Conversations with the Masters of Horror; Deluxe Limited Edition of 350 numbered signed copies; Signed by 26 Contributors (53 copies only signed by 10): Clive Barker, Gary Brandner, Ramsey Campbell, Les Daniels, Dennis Etchison, John Farris, Charles L. Grant, James Herbert, Stephen King, Dean R. Koontz, Joe R. Lansdale, Richard Laymon, Graham Masterton, Richard Matheson, Robert R. McCammon, David Morrelkl, Phillp Nutman, John Saul, John Skipp, Craig Spector, Peter Straub, Whitley Strieber, Stanley Wiater, Chet Williamson, J.N. Williamson, and Gahan Wilson

Jones, Stephen. Dark Voices. Pan, London (1990). Clarence Paget (co-editor); Anthology; Contributors: Stephen King, Alan Ryan, Basil Copper, Harry Harrison, Robert Bloch, Ray Bradbury, Robert Aickman, Robert Holdstock, Ian McEwan George Langelaan, Stanley Ellin, John Lennon, James Herbert, Clive Barker, Masterton

King, Stephen . Four Past Midnight . Viking Press, New York (1990). Contains 4 novelettes; multiple issues

King, Stephen . Stephen King. Mercury Press, Cornwall, CT (1990). Special Stephen King issue of the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction; Limited edition of 500 copies signed by King

King, Stephen . The Stand . Doubleday, New York (1990). Complete and Uncut Edition; Illustrated by Bernie Wrightson; 1250 numbered copies and 52 lettered copies signed by King and Wrightson

King, Stephen. The Waste Lands . Donald M. Grant, West Kingston RI (1991). Dark Tower III; Illustrated by Ned Dameron; Limited edition of 1250 numbered copies signed by King and Dameron

King, Stephen . Four Past Midnight. Hodder & Stoughton, London (1991).

Barry Hoffman (editor). Gauntlet 2 . Borderlands Press, Baltimore (1991). Limited Edition of 500 numbered copies signed by contributors: King Stephen, Bradbury Ray, Masterton Graham, Anthony Piers, Little Bentley, Brandner Gary and Others

King, Stephen (introduction). Lord John Signatures. Lord John Press, Northridge, CA (1991). Introduction by Stephen King; an autograph album illustrated with photographs; 400 numbered copies, 26 lettered copies, and 150 deluxe edition copies; SIGNED by Stephen King, John Barth, James Blaylock, Robert Bloch, T. Coraghessan Boyle, Ray Bradbury, James Lee Burke, Ramsey Campbell, Harry Crews, James Crumley, Louise Erdrich & Michael Dorris, Dennis Etchison, Gerald R. Ford, Richard Ford, Bruce Francis, Ellen Gilchrist, Jim Harrison, Tony Hillerman, William Kennedy, Ursula K. LeGuin, John LHeureux, Elmore Leonard, Thomas McGuane, Norman Mailer, Richard C. Matheson, Brian Moore, Joseph A. Mugnaini, Joyce Carol Oates, Edna OBrien, Robert B. Parker, Tim Powers, Reynolds Price, James Purdy, Dan Simmons, Peter Straub, Ross Thomas, Anne Tyler, John Updike, Eudora Welty, and Donald E. Westlake, with printed signatures of William Everson and Richard Yates

King, Stephen. Needful Things . Viking Press, New York (1991). The Last Castle Rock Story; US First Edition

King, Stephen . Needful Things. Hodder & Stoughton, London (1991). Needful Things and Four Past midnight published together as Twice the Power

King, Stephen . Twice the Power. Hodder & Stoughton, London (1991). Meedful Things and Four Past midnight published together as Twice the Power

King, Stephen . Dolores Claborne. Hodder & Stoughton, London (1992). UK edition

King, Stephen . Geralds Game . Viking Press, New York (1992). American Booksellers Association limited edition of 2000 copies;

King, Stephen . Gerald's Game. Hodder & Stoughton, London (1992).

King, Stephen . The Dark Half . Viking Press, New York (1992). US edition

Block, Lawrence. The Sins of the Fathers . Dark Harvest, Arlington Heights, Illinois (1992). Matthew Scudder Mysteries; Introduction by Stephen King; Limited edition of 400 numbered copies signed by Block and King

King, Stephen . Dolores Claiborne . Viking Press, New York (1993). US edition

King, Stephen. Nightmares & Dreamscapes . Hodder & Stoughton, London (1993). UK Edition; Collection of short stories

King, Stephen. Nightmares & Dreamscapes . Viking Press, New York (1993). US edition; Collection of short stories

King, Stephen. Salems Lot . Doubleday, New York (1993). Illustrated by Barbara Kruger

King, Stephen. The Dead Zone . Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut (1993). Introduction by James Gunn

King, Stephen . The Shining . Doubleday, New York (1993). US first edition

King, Stephen . Insomnia . Hodder & Stoughton, London (1994). Illustrated by Phil Hale; Designed by Arnie Fenner; Limited Edition of 200 numbered copies signed by King

Stephen King . Insomnia . Mark V Ziesing, Shingletown, California (1994). Illustrated by Phil Hale; Designed by Arnie Fenner; Limited Edition of 1250 numbered copies signed by King, Hale, and Ferner

King, Stephen . Insomnia . Viking Press, New York (1994).

King, Stephen. Rose Madder . Viking Press, New York (1995).

King, Stephen . Desparation . Hodder & Stoughton, London (1996). UK Edition

King, Stephen. Desperation . Donald Grant, New Hampshire (1996). Illustrated by Don Maitz; Deluxe limited edition of 2000 copies signed by King and Maitz; 50 copies for private distribution

King, Stephen . Desperation . Viking Press, New York (1996).

King, Stephen. Desperation & The Regulators . Hodder & Stoughton, London (1996). 250 numbered sets signed by King; 2 vol

King, Stephen (et al). The Girl Next Door. Overlook Connection Press (1996). Limited Edition signed by all contributors: Stephen King, Christopher Golden, Lucy Taylor, Edward Lee, Philip Nutman, Stanley Wiater, Jack Ketchum

King, Stephen. Regulators . E P Dutton, New York (1996). Written under the pseudonym Richard Bachman; first trade edition; 24 copies of galley/proof printed

King, Stephen. The Green Mile. Signet, New York (1996). Complete Set; 6 vol; issued in six parts over March-August 1996

King, Stephen . The Green Mile. Penguin Books, London (1996). First Edition UK; First edition released in 6 parts between March-August 1996

King, Stephen. The Regulators. Dutton, New York (1996). Written under the pseudonym Richard Bachman; Motokopps 2200 Power Wagon edition of 500 numbered and signed copies; 26 lettered and signed copies; regular edition first state copies have misordered content on pp. 468-469

King, Stephen . Wizard and Glass . Donald M Grant, Hampton Falls, New Hampshire (1997). Dark Tower IV; Illustrated in colour and b&w by Dave McKean; Limited First trade edition of 1250 numbered copies signed by King and McKean;print run of 40,000 copies; 2 volumes

King, Stephen . Six Stories. Philtrum Press, Bangor, Maine (1997). Contains: "Lunch at the Gotham Cafe," "L.T.s Theory of Pets," "Lucky Quarter," "Autopsy Room Four," "Blind Willie," and "The Main in the Black Suit.; 1100 copies signed by King

King. Stephen . Wizard and Glass . Hodder and Stoughton, London (1997). Dark Tower IV; 500 numbered copies signed by King

King, Stephen . The Drawing of the Three . Plume, New York (1997).

King, Stephen. Bag of Bones . Hodder & Stoughton, London (1998). First UK Edition; Limited Edition of 2000 numbered copies signed by King; 40-200 advanced reading copies printed

King, Stephen . Bag of Bones . Scribners, New York (1998). 9000 advanced reader's copies

King, Stephen. Stephen King from A to Z. Andrews McMeel Publishing, Kansas (1998). George Beahm and Stephen J. Spignesi (authors); Americas Best-Loved Boogeyman; 52 lettered copies signed by Beahm and Spirgnesi

Chizmar, Richard (editor). The Best of Cemetery Dance . Cemetery Dance, Baltimore (1998). Limited Edition 400 copies signed by all 60%2B contributors: Richard T. Chizmar, Jack Ketcham, Augustine Bruins Funnell, Douglas Clegg, Stephen King, Gary Braunbeck, R.C. Matheson, Dominick Cancilla, Ed Gorman, Steve Bevan, Stephen Mark Rainey, Brian Hodge, David Duggins, Gary Raisor, David Niall Wilson, Ramsey Campbell, Graham Masterton, Peter Crowther, Tom Elliott, Mancy Nolder, Lucy Taylor, John Maclay, Kim Antieau, Bentley Little, David B. Silva, Norman Partridge, Jack Pavey, Ray Garton, Adam Corbin Fusco, Poppy Z. Brite, Joe R. Lansdale, William F. Nolan, Melanie Tem, Steve Rasnic Tem, Barry Hoffman, Roman A. Ranieri, Thomas F. Monteleone, James Kisner, Matthew J. Cotello, Thomas Tessier, Richard Laymon, Hugh B. Cave, Wayne Allen Sallee, Bill Pronzini, Edward Lee, William Reling Jr., Darrell Schweitzer, Stephen Spruill, Steve Vernon, Nancy A. Collins, Gene-Michael Higney, Dean Koontz, Alfred Klosterman, Stacy Drum, Charles Lang, Ronald Kelly, Jay R. Bonansinga, James S. Dorr, Bob Morrish, Alan Clack, Keith Minnion, Allen Koszowski, and Earl Geier

King, Stephen . The Dark Tower. Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc., Hampton Falls, NH (1998). The Gunslinger. The Drawing of the Three. The Wastelands; 3 volumes; multiple editions/issues

King, Stephen . Hearts in Atlantis. Scribners, New York (1999). US First Edition; multiple printings

King, Stephen . The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon . Scribner, New York (1999).

King, Stephen. A Life In The Cinema . Gauntlet Press, Pennsylvania (2000). Limited Edition of 450 numbered copies; 52 lettered copies; signed by Stephen King, Clive Barker, Tobe Hooper, & Mick Garris

Booth, Bob (editor). Necon XX 2000. Necon Committee (2000). Introduction by Stephen King; 333 copies of first edition; illustrated; Contributors: Stephen King, Les Daniels, Peter Straub, Alan Ryan, Craig Shaw Gardner, Douglas E. Winter, F. Paul Wilson, Ramsey Cambell, Brian Lumley, Jonathan Carroll, Joe R. Lansdale, Neil Gaiman, Jack Ketchum, Kim Newman, Rick Hautala, et al; includes story The Old Dudes Ticker by Stephen King

King, Stephen. On Writing . Scribner, New York (2000). A Memoir of the Craft

King, Stephen . The Green Mile. Scribner, New York (2000). Introduction by Ralph Vicinanza

Darabont, Frank. The Green Mile. Castle Rock Entertainment, Beverly Hills, CA (2000). Script for distribution; screenplay based on novel by Steven King

King, Stephen. Black House . Donald M. Grant Publisher , Hampton Falls, New Hampshire: (2001). Peter Straub (coauthor); Illustrated by Rick Berry; Limited Edition of 1520 numbered copies signed by King, Straub, and Berry

King, Stephen. Black House . HarperCollins, London (2001). Peter Straub (coauthor); Illustrated by Rick Berry;

King, Stephen. Black House. Random House (2001). Peter Straub (coauthor); Sequel to 'The Talisman'; First US Trade Edition

King, Stephen. Dreamcatcher . Scribner, New York (2001).

King, Stephen. The Stephen King Universe. Cemetery Dance Pub., Baltimore, MD (2001). Written by Stanley Wiated, Christopher Golden, and Hank Wagner; 1000 numbered copies and 52 lettered copies signed by authors

King, Stephen. Black House . Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc., Hampton Falls, NH (2002). Coauthored by Peter Straub; Illustrated by Rick Berry; Limited edition of 1520 signed by authors and illustrator; sequel to 'The Talisman'

King, Stephen . Everythings Eventual. Scribner Publisher, New York (2002). 14 Dark tales; collection of stories

King, Stephen. From a Buick 8 . Cemetery Dance Pub, Baltimore (2002). Illustrated by Bernie Wrightson; Limited edition of 750 numbered copies signed by King and Wrightson

King, Stephen . From A Buick 8 . Hodder & Stoughton, London (2002). UK First Edition

King, Stephen. From A Buick 8 . Scribner, New York (2002).

Monteleone, Elizabeth E. & Thomas F. (editedors). Borderlands 5. Borderlands Press, Grantham (2003). An Anthology of Imaginative Fiction; Contributions by: Gary A. Braunbeck, John R. Platt, Holly Newstein, Barry Hoffman, Jon F. Merz, John Farris, Brian Freeman, Whitley Strieber, Bentley Little, David J. Schow, Tom Piccirilli, Stephen King, Bev Vincent, et al; 500 numbered copies signed by 27 contributors; includes 25 stories %2B introduction

King, Stephen . The Dark Tower Series I-IV . Viking, New York (2003). The Gunslinger; The Drawing of the Three; The Waste Lands; Wizard and Glass; new introductions by author; Gunslinger revised and expanded; Colour plates by Michael Whelan, Phil Hale, Ned Dameron, and Dave McKean

King, Stephen. The Gunslinger . Viking, New York (2003). Revised and Expanded; first trade edition

King, Stephen. The Talisman and Black House . Donald M. Grant,, New York (2003). coauthored by Peter Straub; Illustrated by Rick Berry; Limited edition of 3500 numbered copies signed by Straub and Berry; 2 volumes

King, Stephen. Waste Lands . Viking Pr, New York (2003). Dark Tower III; Illustrated by Barbara Kruger; first trade edition

King, Stephen. Wizard and Glass . Viking Pr, New York (2003). Illustrated by Barbara Kruger; first trade edition

King, Stephen . Wolves of Calla . Scribner, New York (2003). Dark Tower V; Illustrated by Bernie Wrightson; limited edition of 1350 numbered copies signed by King and Wrightson; 2 volumes

King Stephen . Wolves Of The Calla . Scribner, New York (2003). First trade Edition

King, Stephen. Dark Tower. Donald M. Grant, Rhode Island (2004). Dark Tower series; published separately; 7 volumes

King, Stephen. Song of Susannah . Donald M. Grant, New Hampshire (2004). Dark Tower VI; illustrated by Darrel Anderson; first trade edition; limited edition of 1350 numbered copies signed by Kind and Anderson

King, Stephen. The Dark Tower. Donald M. Grant, New Hampshire (2004). Dark Tower VII; illustrated by Michael Whelan; limited to 1500 numbered copies signed by King and Whelan; 2 volumes

Burke, Kealan Patrick (editor). Quietly Now. Borderlands Press, Grantham, New Hampshire (2004). An Anthology in Tribute to Charles L. Grant; Dust jacket art by Alan Clark; Frontispiece by Gahan Wilson; Bibliography by T. Liam McDonald; Foreword by Kealan Patrick Burke; introduction by Hank Wagner; 20 stories and 13 appreciations Contributors:Stephen King, Hank Wagner, F. Paul Wilson, Bentley Little, Joe R. Lansdale, Gary A. Braunbeck, Charles L. Grant, Peter Straub, Douglas E. Winter, et al; Limited Edition of 500 numbered and signed copies

King, Stephen. Salems Lot . Centipede Press, Wheat Ridge, Colorado (2004). Limited Edition of 600 copies with Jerry Uelsman photograph, 200 with tray case

King, Stephen. Song of Susannah . Donald M. Grant Publisher, Inc., Hampton Falls, New Hampshire (2004). Illustrated by Darrel Anderson; First trade edition; 250 copies signed by artist

King, Stephen. Song Of Susannah . Donald M. Grant Publisher , Hampton Falls, New Hampshire: (2004). Dark Tower VI; illustrated by Darrel Anderson; limited edition of 1400 numbered copies signed by King and Anderson; 3500 copies signed by Anderson

King, Stephen. The Dark Tower. Donald M. Grant, Hampton Falls, New Hampshire (2004). The Dark Tower VII; Illustrated by Michael Whelan; 2 volumes; 1500 numbered copies signed by King and Whelan

King, Stephen . The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon . Little Simon, New York (2004). Illustrated by Alan Dingman; Paper engineering by Kees Moerbeck; Pop-up Book; Limited Edition of 125 numbered copies signed by King

King, Stephen. Cell . Scribner, New York (2006).

King, Stephen . Liseys Story . Hodder & Stoughton, London (2006). First UK Edition

King, Stephen . Liseys Story . Scribner, New York (2006).

King, Stephen . The Green Mile . Subterranean Press, Burton, Mi (2006). 148 numbered copies signed by King; 6 volumes

King, Stephen . The Secretary of Dreams . Cemetery Dance, Baltimore, MD (2006). Illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne; Limited Edition of 750 copies signed by author and illustrator; 5000 trade copies

King, Stephen. Haven. PS Publishing, UK (2007). The Colorado Kid; Illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne, Ed Miller, and JK Potter; 3 volumes; Miller/Artist Edition of 150 numbered copies, all signed; 33 copies of Traycase Edition; special commission

King, Stephen (Editor). . The Best American Short Stories 2007 . Houghton Mifflin, Boston (2007). Includes a limited Edition of 100 numbered copies signed by King

King, Stephen. The Dark Tower. Marvel (2007). Graphic Novel Complete Set; illustrated by Jae Lee and Richard Isanove; Adapted by Robin Furth and Peter David; 7 volumes

King, Stephen . Duma Key . Scribner, New York (2008).

King,Stephen . Just After Sunset . Hodder & Stoughton, London (2008). Slipcase edition of 500 copies with letter from King, his facsimile signature, and a DVD; First UK Edition

King, Stephen. Just After Sunset. Scribner, New York (2008).

Stephen King . The Little Sister of Eluria . Donald M. Grant, New Hampshire (2008). Illustrated by Michael Whelan; Limited Edition of 1250 numbered copies signed by King and Whelan; Artist Edition of 4000 copies signed by Whelan

Holmes, King K.. Atlas of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS . Elsevier Health Sciences Saunders (W.B.) Co Ltd (2009). Coauthored by Stephen A Morse, Ronald C Ballard; 1100 images

Conlon, Christopher (editor). He is Legend. Gauntlet Publication, Colorado Springs, Co (2009). Anthology Celebrating Richard Matheson; Contributors: Stephen King, F. Paul Wilson, Joe Lansdale, Joe Hill, Michael Arnzen, Gary Braunbeck, Ramsey Campbell, Nancy Collins, Christopher Conlon, Ed Gorman, Barry Hoffman, John Maclay, R.C. Matheson, Thomas Monteleone, William F. Nolan, John Shirley, and Whitley Strieber; Limited edition of 750 copies signed by all contributors except Matheson; 52 lettered copies signed by all contributors

King, Stephen. Riding the Bullet. Lonely Road Books, Fortst Hill, Maryland (2009). George Beahm; Illustrated by Bernie Wrightson; 500 numbered limited edition copies signed by Garris and Wrightson

King, Stephen. The Little Sisters of Eluria. Donald M. Grant, New Hampshire (2009). Illustrated by Michael Whelan; Limited Edition of 1250 numbered copies signed by King and Whelan; Artist Edition of 4000 copies signed by Whelan

King, Stephen . Under The Dome . Hodder & Stoughton, London (2009). Illustrated by Matthew Diffe; First UK Edition; Limited Edition of 500 copies signed by King and includes 27 trading cards

King, Stephen . Under the Dome . Scribners, New York (2009). Illustrated by Matthew Diffee and Paul J. Pugliese; 1500 numbered deluxe copies signed by King with 27 trading cards;

King ,Stephen . Blockade Billy . Cemetery Dance, Baltimore,MD (2010). Illustrated by Alex McVey; first printing of 10,00 copies and second printed of 10,000 copies

Jones ,Stephen (editor). Brighton Shock !. PS Publishing Ltd., Hornsea ,England (2010). The Souvenir Book of the World Horror Convention 2010.; 100 copies signed by 33 artists/authors; Contributors: Tanith Lee ,David Case ,Hugh Lamb ,James Herbert ,Ramsey Campbell ,Brian Lumley ,Tim Lebbon ,Chelsea Quinn Yarbro ,Neil Gaiman ,Stephen King and Others.

King , Stephen . Full Dark , No Stars . Cemetery Dance, Baltimore (2010). Limited Edition of 750 numbered copies signed by King; illustrated

King, Stephen . Full Dark, No Stars . Scribner, New York (2010).

Chizmar, Richard (Editor). Legacies . Cemetery Dance, Baltimore, MD (2010). 500 numbered copies and 52 lettered copies signed by editor, 8 of the authors, all 12 of the illustrators; cover artwork by Gail Cross interior art by Michael Apice, Jill Bauman, Glenn Chadbourne, Alan M. Clark, Stacy Drum, Keith Minnion, Mark Nelson, Phil Parks, Eric Powell, Erik Wilson, Gahan Wilson; Includes 10 stories: "One for the Road" by Stephen King, "Black River" by Dean Koontz, "Age of Desire" by Clive Barker, "Final Rites" by Ray Bradbury, "Mute" by Richard Matheson, "The Dripping" by David Morrell, "Mr. Clubb and Mr. Cuff" by Peter Straub, "Skeleton in My Closet" by Robert Bloch, "Broxa" by William F. Nolan, and "The Man with the Hoe" by George Clayton Johnson

King, Stephen. Riding the Bullet . Lonely Road Books (Cemetery Dance Publications):, Baltimore (2010). Mick Garris (coauthor); Illustrated by Bernie Wrightson; The Deluxe Special Edition Double of 500 numbered copies signed by Garris and Wrightson

King, Stephen . Secretary of Dreams. Cemetery Dance Publications, Baltimore (2010). Volume 2; Illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne; 750 numbered copies signed by King and Chadbourne; 5000 trade edition copies