Owen King discusses writing, his father and screen writing at poughkeepsiejournal.com. The article is titled, "Owen King Takes A Different Direction Than His Famous Father." Actually, the focus is not so much on his father! About his "famous father" he says, "My dad is my dad to me. We write very different kinds of things. I love him very much." That's a great response.
Actually, I enjoyed most his discussion of what screen writing is. He says novels are more difficult to write, because novels are detail heavy.
Famous father aside -- would you read Owen King if he was not the son of Stephen King? Well, probably not. But right now I only follow Owen King -- haven't read him yet anyway. But I would be inclined to read him because of his father. Why? Because sometimes it's in the genes. Both Stephen and Tabitha have a gift for writing, they're children have been immersed in what it means to be a writer -- so it seems logical their children would be pretty good writers. What do you all think?