1981 Stephen King Graciously Declines Invitation to Student Lecture Series at Saint Michael’s

1981 Stephen King Graciously Declines Invitation to Student Lecture Series at Saint Michael’s
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Description: In this letter dated Oct 6, 1981, Stephen King writes to the Student Lecture Chairman of Saint Michael’s College, Vermont, declining an invitation to participate in the college’s annual Lecture Series. He writes, “I like to accept, but due to the many projects and commitments I already have, I can’t take on any more engagements. I enjoy speaking at colleges, but I have to limit myself to only a few such engagements each year.”  Letter is signed, “Best, Stephen King.”
 
Typed on 8 ½ x11” ivory laid stationery bearing embossed facsimile signature, “Stephen King” and address: “47 Broadway, Bangor, Maine 04401”. Transmittal envelope accompanies letter. Item #A01071.
 
Stephen King (1947-) is a well-known American author of suspense, horror, science-fiction and fantasy novels. He has written over sixty books, all of which are international bestsellers. He is the recipient of the 2018 PEN America Literary Service Award, the 2014 National Medal of Arts, and the 2003 National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. 
 
Condition: Fold lines, envelope has paperclip stain, otherwise very good condition.