Best way to find uncollected shorts?

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GNTLGNT

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Is there any easy way to find uncollected shorts? I'm particularly looking for "The Reploids" and "Night of the Tiger"
...no easy way at all.....I have a copy of "Tiger"......took a while, but found it in this....
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..."Reploids" is available if you can find a copy of the 1988 book-Dark Visions.......
 

kingricefan

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There are numerous non-fiction books that list where each King story was/is published such as The Art Of darkness by Douglas Winter and Justin Brooks 'Stephen King- A primary Bibliography'. You could probably just google something like publication of SK short stories and info should pop up.
 

Bev Vincent

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Is there any easy way to find uncollected shorts? I'm particularly looking for "The Reploids" and "Night of the Tiger"

If you Google "stephen king" "uncollected short stories" (keep the quotes), one of the first few hits will have my name on it. I maintain a list of all of his uncollected stories and where they were published. There are other, similar lists.
  • “The Reploids” — appeared with “Dedication” and “The Sneakers” in Night Visions V, 1988, along with some excellent stories by George R.R. Martin and Dan Simmons. The anthology was released in paperback under the title The Skin Trade. Subsequently reprinted in the British horror magazine Skeleton Crew, Volume 2 Issue 1 July 1990
  • “Night of the Tiger”, Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1978. Reprinted later in More Tales of Unknown Horror (1979), The Year’s Best Horror Stories (1979) and Chamber of Horrors(1984).