In 1998, Tabitha received the first Annual Constance Carlson Humanities Prize for service to the advancement of the Humanities.
In 1996, Tabitha chaired a campaign to renovate the Bangor Public Library. She raised more than eight million dollars.
Tabitha wrote the forward to the 1991 edition of her husband's first novel Carrie.
Tabitha starred in the 1981 George Romero film Knightriders.
Tabitha and her husband are trustees of the The Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation. The web address is http://www.stkfoundation.org/Home/.
Tabitha served on the board of the University of Maine Press and on the Maine Council for the Humanities.
Tabitha serves on the board of Maine Public Broadcasting System and Bangor Public Library.
Tabitha is on the board of directors of Shaw House, a homeless shelter in Bangor, Maine. In 1997, she co-chaired a campaign that raised money to buy a former school building to be the shelter's permanent home.
Tabitha has published seven novels: Small World, Caretakers, The Trap, Pearl, One on One, Book of Reuben and Survivor.
She has a bachelor's degree in history from University of Maine in Orono.
Tabitha is a mycophile, a kayaker, and a photographer.
In May 1987, she and husband were awarded Honorary Doctorates of Human Letters from the University of Maine.
Attended school at St. Mary's Grammar in Old Town, Maine.
She is one of eight children.
Maiden Name: Tabitha Spruce
She married Stephen King on January 2, 1971.
She met her husband when both were working together at the University of Maine library.
She is the wife of writer Stephen King.