University of Maine creates Stephen King Chair in Literature
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ORONO, Maine — The University of Maine is creating the Stephen E. King Chair in Literature in
The university is collecting applications from English professors to fill the position now. The appointment is set to begin in August and is a five-year, renewable term.
The university says the position is tenured and designed to
King graduated from the university in 1970 with a degree in English. His first novel, "Carrie," was published four years later, and he has been one of America's most beloved horror and fantasy authors for four decades.
The position is partially endowed by the Harold Alfond Foundation.