|| Stephen King|
| Also Known As:
|| Richard Bachman, Beryl Evans|
||television, movie, comics|
||11/22/63, A Good Marriage, American Vampire, Bag of Bones, Black House, Blaze, Blood and Smoke, Carrie, Cat's Eye, Cell, Charlie the Choo-Choo, Christine, The Colorado Kid, Creepshow, Cujo, Cycle of the Werewolf, The Dark Half, The Dark Tower, The Dead Zone, Desperation, Doctor Sleep, Dolores Claiborne, Dreamcatcher, Duma Key, Elevation, End of Watch, The Eyes of the Dragon, Finders Keepers, Firestarter, From a Buick 8, Gerald's Game, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, Golden Years, The Green Mile, Gwendy's Button Box, Insomnia, The Institute, IT, Joyland, Kingdom Hospital, Later, Lisey's Story, The Long Walk, Maximum Overdrive, Misery, Mr. Mercedes, Needful Things, The Outsider, Pet Sematary, Rage, The Regulators, Revival, Roadwork, Rose Madder, Rose Red, The Running Man, 'Salem's Lot, The Shining, Silver Bullet, Sleeping Beauties, Sleepwalkers, The Stand, Storm of the Century, The Talisman, Thinner, The Tommyknockers, Under the Dome|
| Official Website(s):
|| IMDB, Archived version, Website, Archived version, Wikipedia, Archived version|
| Fan Website(s):
|| Stephen King Fandom Wiki|
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Stephen King is a prolific writer of novels and short stories, mostly in the horror, suspense and science fiction genres. A great many of his stories have been adapted into films or television series.
His Dark Tower novel series has some Fannish activity in terms of fan works, especially Fan art.
King is a self-proclaimed X-Phile. In the television special for the first X-Files feature film Fight the Future he shares an anecdote about how he and his son watched a season finale of the show during his son's wedding. He also wrote a script that received a shared writing with Chris Carter for the season 5 episode Chinga. King also references The X-Files on lot in his novels.
Stance on Fanfiction
King has not given any official statements regarding how he feels about fanfiction. However, early in his career he wrote three transformative stories based on the works of other authors.