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The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury Highlighted on

May 6th, 2011

The website Nuvo, Indy’s Alternative Voice has a terrific piece about IUPUI’s Center for Ray Bradbury Studies and our book The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury: Volume 1: 1938-1943. It includes an interview with authors William Touponce and Jon Eller.

From the article:

Some artists become so embedded in our culture that they’re easy to take for granted. The writer Ray Bradbury is like that. Now in his 90s, Bradbury’s stories, novels, plays and screenplays, not to mention adaptations of his work crossing a range of other media, are part of our cultural DNA.

At one time or another, almost everyone has encountered Bradbury’s work. Maybe it was through stories like “The Illustrated Man,” “There Will Come Soft Rains,” or “And the Rock Cried Out,” orr, perhaps, through novels like Fahrenheit 451 and Something Wicked This Way Comes. . .

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