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  • His son, who writes under the name Joe Hill, published a good if somewhat uneven collection called 20th Century Ghosts last year.

    Too much horror business

  • And while we're on the topic, are we done calling Joe Hill the son of Stephen King?

    SF Signal

  • And Stephen King's son kick-started what looks like a very fruitful writing career under the name Joe Hill - and it was a while before people found out who his famous dad is.

    Hey, There's A Dead Guy in the Living Room

  • Stephen King's son Joseph Hillstrom King published horror stories under the pen name Joe Hill for 10 years before word of his literary pedigree got out.

    Martin Amis Writes Off Scrutiny

  • If that happens, then, to paraphrase Joe Hill: "Don't celebrate, organize."

    RJ Eskow: Health Reform: Look How Far We've Come. Now Where the Heck Are We?

  • I had it in my head that modern protest music started with Arlo's dad and the Hudson River savior, but shame on me for not recalling Joe Hill!

    Pen-Elayne on the Web

  • These Author Interviews take the place of the Wednesday Author Interviews, previously appearing at the By The Way blog; previous interviewees include bestselling and award-winning authors such as Joe Hill, Charles Stross, Jo Walton and Ellen Kushner.

    Writers, Editors, Publishers: Promotional Opportunities on the Ficlets Site « Whatever

  • Miss Baez, once famous for knowing Bob Dylan in the 1960s, said 'OK, the way I murdered' Joe Hill 'at Woodstock was criminal, I sounded and looked like a raccoon that had just inhaled a bottle of helium, and as for Sly and the Family Stone ... man, they were like some crap disco soul band on acid!'

    TheSpoof.com : Spoof News : Front Page

  • AP reports was dressed as the count from "Sesame Street" and identified as Joe Hill, yelled, "Corporations own all the media in the world.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Although Horns is extremely gripping, Joe Hill proves once again that he is a horror writer for intellectuals; as in Heart-Shaped Box, there are carefully wrought themes intertwined with the suspense, which ultimately enrich the novel and make it all the more satisfying.

    Ilana Teitelbaum: Devil May Care: Horns by Joe Hill

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