Willa (short story)

Willa
"Willa" is a short story by American writer Stephen King, originally published in the December 2006 issue of Playboy magazine.wikipedia
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"Willa" is a short story by American writer Stephen King, originally published in the December 2006 issue of Playboy magazine.

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"Willa" is a short story by American writer Stephen King, originally published in the December 2006 issue of Playboy magazine.

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"Willa" is a short story by American writer Stephen King, originally published in the December 2006 issue of Playboy magazine.

The Washington Times

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In The Washington Times, the reviewer says, ""Willa" is more than just a flirty romance. It's a ghost story, albeit one with a kicker that causes goosebumps of a different order."

Sun-Sentinel

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Carole Goldberg, in the Sun Sentinel, calls the story a "wistful love song in a haunting minor key."

NPR

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A review for NPR says that in "Willa", as well as in another story in the collection, "The Things They Left Behind", King uses "the supernatural as a way to movingly depict life's frailty."

The Things They Left Behind

A review for NPR says that in "Willa", as well as in another story in the collection, "The Things They Left Behind", King uses "the supernatural as a way to movingly depict life's frailty."

Clayton Watson

He has appeared in the lead role of David in Stephen King's Willa, and worked alongside Guy Pearce in the 2011 feature 33 Postcards, and voiced the film Oranges and Sunshine with Hugo Weaving, Emily Watson, and David Wenham.

The Derailers

Derailers
A band called "the Derailers" appears in the short story "Willa" by Stephen King.