I teach at a boarding school in northeast Ohio. We have an endowed program for which we invite a figure of some eminence to come to our school for a period of about three days. While here that person speaks to the students during our morning meetings, visits classes, and spends less formal time with students and faculty of the school. We put them up in our historic guest house and treat them to some of finer amenities of our town. I know this is (VERY MUCH) a long shot, but is it even conceivable that Mr. King would agree to join us as our "Knight Fellow"? I actually think he would like our town (Hudson, Ohio), as it has the feel of the old New England village that one no longer finds in New England. (I believe I can say that with a certain amount of authority, since I lived the first thirty years of my life in Massachusetts and Maine.) I myself have been reading his books since middle school, and I've also taught a few of his works in English classes (though I am primarily a Latin teacher). I know, I know - he probably declines such offers on a daily, if not hourly basis, but perhaps...?