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Stephen King, with his best-selling novels, stories, and the classic movies that many of them inspired ('Carrie,' 'The Shining,' 'Misery,' 'Stand by Me,' 'It,' 'Cujo,' 'The Green Mile,' 'The Shawshank Redemption,' and many more), has long established himself as an iconic influence on contemporary American literature. Now, coinciding with the return of the Losers' Club in the terrifying movie sequel, 'It Chapter Two,' the editors at Entertainment Weekly bring you this special edition honoring the writer's prolific output. First, "Send in the Clown" and take a close look at the latest expansion of King's horror empire. "Fright Club" finds the members of the Losers' Club all grown up. Hear from director Andy Muschietti and see how all the action was storyboarded, then track how "It All Connects" as characters and places turn up again. Revisit "The King of Fright" and his greatest hits: 'Carrie,' 'The Shining,' and 'Misery.' Compare your favorites with EW's "25 Scariest Moments" and consider the powerful thread that connects King's heroines. Complete with an index that lists every work by the godfather of horror, vivid photos from his life, his movies, and his book covers, and praise from others about King's legacy, EW's ultimate guide to Stephen King is a must-have for every fan of this beloved writer.