Stephen King

Associated Press

Stephen King will appear at the Penguin Bookshop in Sewickley on June 8.

Horror master and acclaimed best-selling author Stephen King announced a June 8 visit to the Penguin Bookshop in Sewickley.

King’s website said the appearance will be the second stop of a tour where he will conduct “on-stage conversations.” He will not autograph books on site, though will pre-sign 400 books for each stop of this “End of Watch Book Tour.”

“More details will be released as they become available,” says the website for the famed author of such iconic works as “The Shining,” “Carrie,” “Salem’s Lot,” “Misery,” “Christine” and “The Stand.”

The Penguin Bookstore, an independent bookstore at 417 Beaver St., recently welcomed TV and film star Amber Tamblyn for a reading.

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