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Philtrum Press

Philtrum Press
Founder Stephen King
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Bangor, Maine
Publication types books


Philtrum Press is a small publishing house run by Stephen King. This small press operation, operating out of King's front business offices in Bangor, Maine, is primarily run by Stephen King's personal assistant, Marsha DeFillipo (who is also the moderator of the Stephen King Website Message Board.[1])

At least the following have been published:

  • The Plant part 1 (1982), unfinished, serialized, epistolary novel written by Stephen King
  • The Plant part 2 (1983)
  • The Eyes of the Dragon (1984), novel written by Stephen King, 1000 copies, Signed/Limited
  • The Plant, part 3 (1995)
  • The Ideal Genuine Man 1997, a novel written by Don Robertson[2]
  • Six Stories (1997), a short story collection written by Stephen King, 1100 copies, Signed/Limited
  • "The New Lieutenant's Rap" (1999), a short story written by Stephen King, 500 copies (approx.), Signed/Limited
  • "Guns" (2013), an essay written by Stephen King, published as a 25-page e-book

References

  1. ^ "The Official Stephen King Website Message Board". StephenKing.com. 
  2. ^ "Stephen King, Author, Dons a Publisher's Hat". The New York Times. January 23, 1988. 

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