Author Ray Bradbury dead at 91 - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
To me the Science Fiction writer par excellence.
I utterly agree with his grandson
"The world has lost one of the best writers it's ever known, and one of
the dearest men to my heart. RIP Ray Bradbury (Ol' Gramps)," his
grandson Danny Karapetian said on Twitter.
A tribute Ray Bradbury: A Legacy Remembered and reminded of Ray's story "The Veldt" a frightening story of Television and how it could become too realistic
Just 3 years I started this blog post on his 88th birthday
Happy birthday Ray Bradbury! | Jacket Copy | Los Angeles Times
and I posted on the LA Times
Dear Ray, I sure pray that you had a blessed day. Your books have meant so much to me over what is it 55 something years. I found them when I lived in London and you are always the SF writer that comes first. Thank you.. Ron
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DR. BRADBURY!!! - Topic Powered by eve community
It was a pain to register using a strange Groupee system - would have good if they had OpenID
BUT I persevered as I wanted to Thank Ray for his great books
I suppose "Fahrenheit 451" is the famous one - just so true about the modern political correct world - see Ray Bradbury
but his stories always had a human side - see this
A discussion of Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury - life in a small town alst 1920s
Now I love wearing sneakers and back when I was started with Ray it was Dunlop Tennis shoes and One story is about Royal Crown Cream-Sponge Para Litefoot Shoes.
"How do they feel?"
The boy looked down at his feet deep in the rivers, in the fields of wheat, in the wind that already was rushing him out of town. He looked up at the old man, his eyes burning, his mouth moving, but no sound came out.
"Antelopes?" said the old man, looking from the boy's face to his shoes. "Gazelles?"
Every time I look for new sneakers Ray's story comes to mind. Just so funny the hype that certain brands have.....