This week, Joe Hill (born Joseph Hillstrom King) released his fourth book, a 700-page horror story called NOS4A2. In March, his brother, Owen King, published his first novel, Double Feature, about a young filmmaker grappling with disappointment after his first movie falls apart.
The two books couldn’t be more different, but what their authors have in common, of course, is that their parents are Stephen and Tabitha King.
Vulture spoke with the authors about their writing approaches, how they’ve learned to evade (and live with) their parents’ shadows, and who beat up whom as a kid.
Read the interview HERE.