Artwork validating artist
What if a girl had her period in the shower but didn’t know what it was, and all the other girls laughed and threw tampons at her? Then King remembered reading an article about telekenisis and how there was evidence that it was prevalent in young girls, especially around the time of their first period.
Boom, that’s when two unrelated ideas came together to create something new.
By the time he was 16, King was still getting rejection letters, although at least now there were hand-written notes of encouragement from editors scribbled on them.
By his mid 20s, King was selling the occasional short story to pulp and mens magazines but not nearly enough to make a living.
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He began submitting short stories to horror and sci-fi magazines at age 12 and would use a nail hammered into the wall above his typewriter to hold all his rejection letters.
Rhodes never performs in a suit, holds his concerts in non-traditional venues and entertains the crowd with stories about famous composers and how they affected his own life in between pieces.While he was cleaning the female locker room he paid special attention to the shower curtains since he knew the boys lockers didn’t have them.He imagined an opening scene (NSFW) in which a girls locker room didn’t have the curtains and students were forced to shower in front of each other. He’s become such a mainstay of our culture that it’s easy to take his genius for granted.
Impressed by her son’s talent, King’s mother urged him to write an original story.
I’ve especially been playing this Beethoven piece over and over again.