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    [Stephen King] Stuart David Schiff, Editor. Whispers, Volume 5 Number 1-2, Whole Number 17-18, August 1982. Binghamton, New York: Stuart David Schiff, 1982.
    Special numbered edition, signed by King and Schiff on the limitation page. Octavo. 176 pages.

    "The Stephen King Issue" of Whispers is very desirable and difficult to find on today's market. Bound in navy cloth with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Spotless, unread, and very fine. Includes King's unpublished introduction to The Shining, and an introductory essay to It Grows on You. A new King short story, Before the Play, is also included, as well as an article on King's work and King-related art.


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