Writers to adapt Stephen King story for Peace region film

A handful of Peace region writers, and a couple editors from both north and south of the river have started assembling for National Novel Writing Month; to adapt a Stephen King story to take place along the Alaska Highway.

Dawson Creek Mirror managing editor Rob Brown and Alaska Highway News managing editor Matt Preprost assembled the crew over the weekend for the first time with the idea to work on the short story; entitled Mute with the hopes of filming in January and Feburary 2020.

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Stephen King’s Mute was first published in 2008.

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