The New York Times website hosts this audio clip (just 3 minutes) of Ray Bradbury riffing on public libraries and the internet (love of libraries + hate of internet). This interview was in aide of his recent appearance at the cash strapped H.P. Wright Public Library in Ventura, California.
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Great time travel story by Ray Bradbury. Appeared on X MINUS ONE Radio Show
First published in Super Science Stories, April 1949, here’s Jim Moon’s 26 minute unabridged reading of I, Mars by Ray Bradbury. I first encountered this story under it’s alternative title, Night Call, Collect.
How the amazing Ray Bradbury changed science fiction, literature, and the world.
Sam Weller, professor of fiction writing at Columbia College in Chicago. He’s the co-editor of the upcoming anthology Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury.
Gary Wolfe, award-winning science fiction editor, critic, and biographer. Professor of humanities at Roosevelt University.