General Admission seats are still available for this event.
Stephen King's words on page and screen have thrilled and chilled fans for three decades, but opportunities to hear those words spoken by the author himself are rare.
For one night only, King will take to the stage at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, offering fans the chance to hear King read his work, ask him questions and listen to him discuss his passion for writing and his advice for aspiring authors.
King's nearly 35-year literary career includes publishing more than 50 full-length books that have sold more than 350 million copies, as well as many short stories, essays, anthologies and novellas. King’s early thrillers, like "Carrie" and "The Shining," put him on the map, not only as a writer of popular horror novels, but also one whose work could be successfully adapted for films and television. More than 50 of his works have been turned into movies and miniseries, and many have garnered critical success, including "The Shawshank Redemption" and "The Green Mile," both of which were nominated for multiple Academy Awards. King made his directorial debut with "Maximum Overdrive," which was based on one of his short stories, and collaborated on "Ghosts," a 40-minute music video in collaboration with Michael Jackson.