Stephen King publishes a new story in The New Yorker

The story, 'A Death,' appears in the publication's March 9 issue.

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    Stephen King is the author of such books as 'Revival.'
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Stephen King has published a new short story in the New Yorker.

The piece, titled “A Death,” is in the March 9 issue and centers on a man living in the 1880s Dakota territory who may have committed a crime. The full story is available on the New Yorker website.

King has previously published other works in the magazine. His most recent books include 2014’s “Revival” as well as the books “Mr. Mercedes” and “Doctor Sleep.”

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