STEPHEN KING TO BE CITED FOR LITERACY PROMOTION

Jul 13, 2016

By Andy Johnson

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Legendary horror writer Stephen King will kick off the 16th annual U.S. Library of Congress National Book Festival in Washington in September.
Stephen King
The 68-year old author will open the festival’s main stage with a presentation and recognition from the Library for his lifelong work promoting literacy.
The festival is an annual event that celebrates the world of literature by assembling best-selling authors for panel discussions, book signings, and meet and greets with fan.
Other notable authors set to appear later in the day on the main stage are; Watergate legend Bob Woodward, author Shonda Rhimes, the the creator and executive producer of the TV medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy” and former basketball star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who is an accomplished author in his own right.
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