Owen King is the author of “We’re All In This Together” (“Der Wahre Praesident Von Amerika” is the German title). He is the son of the novelists Stephen King and Tabitha King, the youngest of their 3 children. Owen King grew up in Bangor, Maine. In the 1980s, Hasbro produced a series of toys called “G. I. Joe: An American Hero”, and the one called “Sneak Peek” was apparently named after Owen King (it was also referred to as “Owen S. King”). He studied at Vassar College from 1995 to 1999, and was awarded an MFA in Fiction by Columbia University in 2002. His stories have been published in “The Bellingham Review”, “The Boston Globe”, “Topic Magazine”, and “Book Magazine”. Owen King’s first published piece was a poem in his high school literary magazine. He’s won the John Gardner Award for Short Fiction, and has been nominated for a National Magazine Award (for a short story called “Wonders”). Owen King’s fiancé is the novelist Kelly Braffet, and they live together in a deconsecrated church in Brooklyn. He is currently working on a screenplay about a basketball murder mystery.
Owen King – visit his homepage
Horror writer Joe Hill is Stephen King’s son – this article mentions all of Stephen King’s children, as writing very much runs in the family
Galley Girl: The Son Also Rises – Andrea Sachs interviews Owen King
Owen King, son of Stephen, walks his own path – another interview
Interview with Owen King – by Bev Vincent
My Dad will always be King – Owen King’s interview with “The Telegraph”
Litpark – has an interview with both Owen King and Kelly Braffet
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