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"Strawberry Spring" is a horror short story by Stephen King.wikipedia
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"Strawberry Spring" is a horror short story by Stephen King.

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It was originally published in the Fall 1968 issue of Ubris magazine, and collected in King's Night Shift in 1978.

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It continued to be a market for popular fiction through the 1970s, 80s (then put out by Dugent Publishing Corp.) and 90s, publishing pieces such as "Strawberry Spring" by Stephen King.

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There have also been dramatizations of many of King's short stories, including "Nona", "Quitters, Inc.", "In the Deathroom", "Strawberry Spring", "Harvey's Dream", "The Man Who Loved Flowers", "Mute", "The Ten O'Clock People" and King's poem, "Paranoid: A Chant".