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  • Until you write Fahrenheit 451, I wouldn't be so quick to call Ray Bradbury an idiot, no matter what he says about the internet.

    doggdot.us

  • The first issue included a reprint of a Sherlock Holmes story, and entire novels, such as Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, were serialised in it.

    Hugh Hefner in six volumes

  • They held 2 events that year, the first one being a test and the 2nd one, the real deal, which attracted twice the number of attendees with guests such as Ray Bradbury and Jack Kirby.

    Comic Con 2010 Event Status & Partial Survival Guide

  • This means that the SF field can encompass a tremendous variety of story types, from the hard-core science-based fiction that I usually write to the softer SF of writers such as Ray Bradbury and Harlan Ellison, and from glitzy Hollywood "sci-fi" flicks to the various kinds of fantasy and horror that now crowd the SF field.

    Ten Minutes, That's It

  • Imitated by writers such as Ray Bradbury and Lin Carter, these four were the true successors to Edgar Rice Burroughs and the planets of adventure.

    Space Opera and the Big Four

  • Some outlanders, such as Ray Bradbury who, though born in the Midwest, grew up on the West Coast, speaks of making the epic road trip from LA to New York, to meet with the members of the Eastern fraternity, the Futurians.

    Pulpmovies

  • Books by Philip K. Dick and Ray Bradbury often occupy shelves in science fiction and fantasy, not literature.

    The Season of the Supernatural

  • For Ray Bradbury, who contributes a foreword, it was the conjunction of Halloween and reading Edgar Allan Poe that sparked his "love of real books."

    The Life Well-Read

  • Did Ray Bradbury's parents think his time was well spent collecting Buck Rogers comic strips?

    Gretchen Rubin: Balanced Life -- From Ray Bradbury: "Love What YOU Love!"

  • In particular, she pointed out a letter that writer Ray Bradbury wrote to a fan.

    Gretchen Rubin: Balanced Life -- From Ray Bradbury: "Love What YOU Love!"

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