The Bradbury Chronicles

As I have mentioned more than a few times over the years, I was a voracious reader of Ray Bradbury’s novels and short stories as a kid. So, I was excited to see that the American Writers Museum in Chicago is highlighting Ray Bradbury, perhaps best known as the author of Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles, online and in-person, now through spring 2022. Check out the excellent introductory three-minute trailer for the exhibition featuring fellow sci-fi and fantasy authors John Scalzi, Rachel Bloom, and Maurice Broaddus below.

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2 Responses to The Bradbury Chronicles

  1. His flair for the art of storytelling was very good. His science was not-so-good however, but this is easily overlooked. The drama and meaning being more important.

  2. Great museum, loved it!
    Have you read the latest collection Killer, Come Back to Me? It illustrates that he actually started with thriller short stories. Little by little, you see how he switched to scifi. Great collection!

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