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The Lone Ranger July 3 Armie Hammer has the title role, but all eyes will be on the top-billed, eccentrically costumed Johnny Depp, who plays Tonto in this latest from Pirates of the Caribbean’s Gore Verbinski.

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Man of Steel June 14 So long, Brandon Routh; hello, Henry Cavill (The Tudors), who plays Superman in this reboot directed by Zack Snyder (300, Watchmen). Pacific Rim July 12 Can military robots save humanity from megamonsters? Prepare for outsize visions of collateral damage from Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro.

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here are authors who write best sellers, and authors who write literary fiction; those who become celebrities, and those whose books make the leap to film, TV, and the

stage. Very few authors achieve all of this, but Stephen King is one of them—the king of them, in a way. Before his breakthrough novel, 1974’s Carrie, horror was a dank subgenre of publishing. What King showed the world

was a new way to scare people: By writing in clear, compelling prose incorporating twists on everyday life (the tribulations of an unpopular high school girl in Carrie; a troubled family in The Shining), he made the fright genre more

emotional and universal. He also began to transcend that genre. In tales like “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption,” King extended his range to become, simply, a firstrate storyteller. It’s a skill that deepens in his new novel, Joyland, a paperback original due June 4 from the highly regarded small press Hard Case Crime. (It has already been optioned for the screen by the director of The Help.) Set in the early 1970s, Joyland follows lovelorn college student Devin Jones, who, while working at a small-time amusement park, learns the secret history behind a shocking murder. “I loved county fairs when I was a kid,” King says. “There’s sort of a cheesy, exciting feel to them, and I decided that’s what I wanted to write about.” King, who divides his time between his native Maine and a home in Florida, is slim and fit at 65, flashing a frequently boyish and mischievous grin, though he still has a slight limp from the 1999 accident in which he was hit by a minivan while taking a walk. He continues to write accessible stories at a remarkable rate: A sequel to The Shining, titled Doctor Sleep, will be published in September, and he has “more or less” completed his first hardboiled detective tale, Mister Mercedes. A series based on his 2009 novel Under the Dome will air on CBS later this summer, and his musical-theater collaboration with John Mellencamp, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, will begin what King terms a “road show tour” of American cities in the fall. On this spring day, King settles

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King, holding a copy of his new novel, Joyland, was photographed in April on his property in Florida. “I’ve reached a point in my life where I can write pretty much what comes into my mind and not worry about grocery day at Publix,” he says.

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PARADE: Hard Case Crime publishes paperback novels, both new work and reprints of 1950s and ’60s thrillers, complete with retro-art covers. Was this why you offered them Joyland, which is set in an earlier era? STEPHEN KING: Yes. They reminded me of the books that I cut my teeth on, so to speak, the ones that were on the paperback rack at Roberts drugstore in Lisbon Falls, Maine, while I was going to high school. I thought, Joyland is perfect for Hard Case Crime. It’s not a huge, fat book. It has a mystery, but it has another level, too, where it’s kind of a coming-ofage story, this kid finding his feet after a heartbreak. And because it was so retro, I said to myself, “Let’s sell it as a book. Let’s hold back all this [e-book] stuff. You know, audio, fine. But if people want it, they go to a bookstore and buy it.”

Joyland has supernatural elements, but it isn’t a horror novel.

I’ve been typed as a horror writer, and I’ve always said to people, “I don’t care what you call me as long as the checks don’t bounce and the family gets fed.” But I never saw myself that way. I just saw myself as a novelist. With Joyland, I wanted to try my hand at the whodunit format. I’m a situational writer. You give

me a situation, like a writer gets in a car crash, breaks his leg, is kidnapped by his number-one fan, and is kept in a cabin and forced to write a book—everything else springs from there. You really don’t have to work once you’ve had the idea. All you have to do is kind of take dictation from something inside. But a novel like Joyland has to have a MacGuffin. There has to be a line of logic that leads you to who the murderer is. It’s almost like constructing crossword puzzles. What other books do you think our readers would enjoy this summer?

The new Kate Atkinson, Life After Life, is a terrific read. And I go back to Agatha Christie in the summertime; I love those. There’s also a hard-boiled mystery called Gun Machine [by Warren Ellis]. Of course, I have to mention my son Owen’s new novel, Double Feature, which is very, very funny, and it’s a bighearted book. And my son Joe [who writes under the name Joe Hill] has a new [vampire] book out called NOS4A2. It pulls you in and keeps you in.

Do they show it to you as well?

I’ve heard that your sons show their work to their mom [novelist Tabitha King] before it’s published.

When your kids were young, did you read to them?

They show it to both of us, but they take their mother’s criticism very, very seriously. I show her my stuff, too. And she’ll say, “Here, you’ve done this before. This sucks. This is dumb.” There’s no soft landing with Tabby, and that’s fine. [My sons] both dedicated their first novels to her, so it means a lot. She’s a pretty good writer herself, although I can’t convince her to get out of the garden and write another book.

Oh, yeah. And they read to me,

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Christensen serves up a delicious, multicourse life story.

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The Boys in the Boat Daniel James Brown This riveting tale of beating the odds (and the Germans) at the 1936 Olympics is a rousing story of American cando-ism. It’s also a portrait of the nine boys who first rowed together for the University of Washington, and of the one in particular who made the sport his family and his home.

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Blue Plate Special Kate Christensen Some people view their lives through the books they’ve read or the clothes they’ve worn. This writer sees hers through the prism of food. Whether she’s indulging her sensuous, so-called decadent appetites, or abstaining from them (but still including recipes),

A Curious Man Neal Thompson Though he comes off more like a nutty but lovable old uncle than a tycoon, Robert “Believe It or Not!” Ripley was the canny inventor of a cartoon empire that threatened to out-Disney Disney. The biography of this odd and interesting man is a must-read— believe it or not!

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The Outsider: A Memoir Jimmy Connors Feisty, angry, competitive, and foulmouthed— that’s our boy! Tennis

fans will recognize the often petulant champ of the ’70s and ’80s, but even those who don’t know love from deuce may appreciate Connors’s take-noprisoners style. Besides, he was really nice to his mom (who was his lifelong coach).

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Mother Daughter Me Katie Hafner Scrap any romantic ideas about what goes on when a 40-something woman invites her mother to live with her and her teenage daughter for a year. As Hafner hilariously and touchingly tells it, being the center of a family sandwich is, well, complicated.

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in for a chat after completing his daily regimen. “I wrote 1,500 words this morning,” he says. “Five pages a day, that’s usually what I get through. It’s obsessivecompulsive more than anything. I’m scared to death that if I leave it alone, the color will go out of it; it’ll start to look fake.” As always, he is full of strong opinions, recommendations, and good humor.

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And the Mountains Echoed Khaled Hosseini Both uplifting and heartbreaking, the third novel from the author of The Kite Runner begins with a folk tale and then traverses continents and eras, examining war, separation, birth, death, deceit, and love— ending on a message of hope. Another masterful work.

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The Son Philipp Meyer An old-fashioned family saga set against the birth of Texas and the modern West, this is a riveting slow burn of love, power, and a

legacy of violence spanning generations. Meyer is a writer of vast ambition and talent, and he has created nothing less than an American epic.

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The Silver Star Jeannette Walls Two girls, abandoned by their well-meaning but flaky mom, head out to rural Virginia in search of some long-lost family. Walls writes with easy assurance about Liz and “Bean,” proving in fiction as she did in her memoir, The Glass Castle, that she knows children’s hearts—as well as the evil that can lurk in the hearts of grown-ups.

because I would pay them $10 a cassette tape. They read me books that I just shoved into their hands. I think my daughter, Naomi, must’ve read me all of Wilbur Smith’s novels, one after another. When she was 14, she read me a book called Raven, about the Jonestown thing. You know, the Reverend Jim Jones? Drinking the Kool-Aid? Wait a minute—you made a 14-year-old read you a book about the Jonestown suicide cult?

[laughs] Yeah, I absolutely did. And at the end of it, she said, “Dad, yuck.” When Naomi was 5 and Joe was maybe 3—Owen wasn’t born yet—sometimes in the afternoon Tabby would say, “I can’t deal with it anymore, Steve. I’m going to lie down.” These kids

Big Brother Lionel Shriver A moving and disturbing story about a woman and her 300-plus-pound brother, whom she tries to save from eating himself to death. Can anyone “fix” a person bent on self-destruction? Is obesity a choice? Those are the questions Shriver eloquently raises, even if, like us,

would be tearing all over the house, and I’d be trying to think of something I could do with them. One day, out of desperation, I got a couple of Spider-Man comic books. I didn’t expect much, but they went nuts for that stuff. All of them read early. Owen and Naomi read at 2 or something. They were amazing that way. Do you think that reading occupies the same importance for kids today?

No, absolutely not. I think it’s because they’re so screen-oriented [TVs, computers, smartphones]. They do read—girls in particular read a lot. They have a tendency to go toward the paranormal, romances, Twilight and stuff like that. And then it starts to taper off because other things take precedence, like the Kardashian sisters.

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she can never be quite sure of the answers.

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The Ocean at the End of the Lane Neil Gaiman In Gaiman’s latest romp through otherworldly adventure, a young boy adv discovers a neighboring dis family’s supernatufa rral secret. Soon his innocence is tested by ancient, magical forces, and he learns the power of true friendship. The result is a captivating read, equal parts sweet, sad, and spooky.

I did a couple of writing seminars in Canada last year with high school kids. These were the bright kids, Ken; they all have computers, but they can’t spell. Because spell-check won’t [help] you if you don’t know through from threw. I told them, “If you can read in the 21st century, you own the world.” Because you learn to write from reading. But there are so many other byways WHAT HORROR CLASSIC DID KING’S MOM READ TO HIM AS A CHILD? HOW WAS IT WORKING WITH JOHN MELLENCAMP ON THEIR MUSICAL? AND WHAT ARE HIS VIEWS ON GUN CONTROL, A SUBJECT HE ALSO ADDRESSES IN THE KINDLE SINGLE ESSAY GUNS? FOR ALL THIS AND EXCLUSIVE VIDEO, GO TO PARADE.COM/KING

for the consciousness to go down now; it makes me uneasy. Speaking of screens, what TV shows are you enjoying these days?

Justified, Bates Motel, The Walking Dead. The best show of the year is The Americans. I don’t watch Mad Men. I think it’s basically soap opera, and if I want soap opera, I watch Revenge. That show is crazy, but they have great clothes. You’ve said you weren’t sure you would be popular beyond your lifetime. What did you mean?

Well, you really can’t worry about it. First of all, I’ll be gone, so it isn’t like I’ll be sitting in the peanut gallery looking to see what people down in the pit are thinking about what I wrote. Fantasy has a better chance of lasting than a lot of other things. The Hobbit and the Narnia books, they seem to get handed down father to son, mother to daughter. Because they’re set in a fantasy world, they can remain relevant. So maybe things like Salem’s Lot and The Shining might last, the Dark Tower books. I don’t know. Somebody asked Somerset Maugham about his place in the pantheon of writers, and he said, “I’m in the very front row of the second rate.” I’m sort of haunted by that. You do the best you can. The idea of posterity for a writer is poison, don’t you think so? At this point in your career, what’s the main reason to get up and compose your daily 1,500 words?

The major job is still to entertain people. Joyland really took off for me when the old guy who owns the place says, “Never forget, we sell fun.” That’s what we’re supposed to do—writers, filmmakers, all of us. That’s why they let us stay in the playground.

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All five correct answers have something in common. Can you figure out what it is? 1. What Chinese language has over 955 million native speakers, more than twice the total of any other?

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✎ 5. What 1723 cycle of violin concertos is the best-known work of Venetian baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi?

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Divide 1½ lb ground beef (preferably chuck) into 4 loose balls. Press 1 (1-oz) cube American cheese into center of each and pinch meat around it; flatten into a patty. Make a shallow indentation in center of each patty with your thumb, taking care not to expose cheese. Season with salt and pepper. Heat grill to medium-high. Grill patties over direct heat 10 to 12 minutes, flipping once. Lightly toast 4 buns. Serve burgers on buns with crisp bacon, lettuce, and red onion.

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You wrote that catnip affects even big cats, such as lions. Do any other species react to it? —Emily Scott, Atlanta

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War and Remembrance Memorial Day has its roots in the Civil War—a time of unprecedented loss and nationwide mourning

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t’s the unofficial start of summer (and a traditional long weekend of backyard barbecue and fun), but Memorial Day means much more, as historian and Harvard president Drew Gilpin Faust reminds us in her book This Republic of Suffering and the subsequent PBS documentary Death and the Civil War. We asked her about the very first Memorial Day. —Joe Kita

How can a parent or grandparent impress upon a child the significance of this day?

Pick a Civil War soldier and research him online. It could be a general or a soldier, but find out what that person did and what his life involved. Make it real.

How did Memorial Day arise?

There are at least 12 towns across the nation that claim they introduced it. Warrenton, Virginia, talks about doing so as early as 1861. There’s a sign in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania, saying that in 1864 it started there. And there’s a

Shared Loss A lone Union soldier is buried alongside a former foe at Appomattox Confederate Cemetery in Virginia.

marvelous story from Charleston, South Carolina, about a Memorial Day in 1865 when African-Americans honored the Union dead with celebrations and flowers. What’s striking is how everybody everywhere felt the need for a moment of reflection, so I like to think of Memorial Day as being created together by a nation rather than a single town or individual. You have to remember that probably half the Civil War dead were never identified because there were no dog tags or official nextof-kin notifications. It was a shared loss in the sense that so many dead belonged to everyone because they weren’t identified as

belonging to any single one. These were also not the kinds of deaths that society believed were appropriate at the time. They were gruesome and happened far from home. Death without dignity imperiled the meaning of the life that preceded it, so a day for memorial was meant to restore the dignity of those lives, underscore the contributions that had been made, and in some way ratify how important the courage and sacrifice had been. It was an important part of the nation’s mourning. Have Americans today lost the “memorial” in Memorial Day?

I’m not sure we spend enough

Well, it’s the start of Harvard’s Commencement Week, so it’ll be a workday for me. But what I’ve learned as a historian is how much the present is a product of the past, and the extraordinary actions that individuals have taken on our behalf. We are the beneficiaries of what they’ve done, and it behooves us to try to carry on their commitment, their belief in this nation—as Lincoln described it, the “last best hope of earth”—and to dedicate ourselves to the propositions that were at the heart of what those men did and died for, such as the equality of humankind and liberty. Those things p are no less important today.

To read an excerpt from Faust’s This Republic of Suffering, go to parade.com /memorial

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How will you spend Memorial Day?

Decoration Day, as it was originally called, was established in 1868. It grew out of the Civil War?

It did. Just in the past year or so, estimates for the number of individuals killed in the Civil War have risen from 620,000 to 750,000, which is more than in all other American wars combined. In terms of the U.S. population today, that would be 2 to 2.5 percent, or 6 to more than 7 million dead. So the title of my book, the phrase “republic of suffering,” represents the extraordinary level of loss that was both individual and national.

time looking at the purpose of any of our national holidays. I would hope on Memorial Day, however, that we would take at least a little time to think about what it meant to be an American back then, undertaking those sacrifices for the common good.

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