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Herb Sevush
Ray Bradbury RIP
on Jun 6, 2012 at 4:42:38 pm

(1947) Dark Carnival
(1950) The Martian Chronicles
(1951) The Illustrated Man
(1953) The Golden Apples of the Sun
(1953) Fahrenheit 451
(1955) The October Country
(1957) Dandelion Wine
(1959) A Medicine for Melancholy
(1959) The Day It Rained Forever
(1962) Something Wicked This Way Comes
(1962) The Small Assassin
(1962) R is for Rocket
(1964) The Machineries of Joy
(1965) The Autumn People

and many others ...

Herb Sevush
Zebra Productions
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Steve Connor
Re: Ray Bradbury RIP
on Jun 6, 2012 at 4:46:46 pm

Sad news, the world is a slightly smaller place today

Steve Connor
"The ripple command is just a workaround for not having a magnetic timelinel"
Adrenalin Television


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Tim Wilson
Re: Ray Bradbury RIP
on Jun 6, 2012 at 5:11:48 pm

My wife and I had an entertainment show in the early to mid-90s, and we got to have Ray Bradbury on.

The thing that struck me most is that he was happy to be Ray Bradbury. He was pleased with what he'd done, and never tired of the adulation -- which I can tell you is incredibly rare. I found it an inspiring encounter, and made me feel even more warmly about his work than I already did.

Tim Wilson
Associate Publisher, Editor-in-Chief
Creative COW Magazine
Twitter: timdoubleyou



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Andrew Kimery
Re: Ray Bradbury RIP
on Jun 6, 2012 at 6:26:07 pm

Fahrenheit 451 was a watershed book for me growing up and one of the few books I've reread multiple times.


-Andrew




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Don Scioli
Re: Ray Bradbury RIP
on Jun 6, 2012 at 7:43:33 pm

When I was in film school at USC, a bunch of us went to see an experimental play at the old Goldwyn
soundstage In LA, it was called Leviathan and was about Moby Dick in space and the author was Ray Bradbury. So we watched the play and it was cool and as we were beginning to leave, who shows up but Ray Bradbury, who proceeds to talk and take questions for over an hour.

To say it was inspiring was an understatement.


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Lance Bachelder
Re: Ray Bradbury RIP
on Jun 6, 2012 at 9:57:39 pm

Yeah I got to set up his mic and a/v while in college and hear him speak about urban planning - he was a genius and my favorite author when I was young. Illustrated Man and Martian Chronicles were my favorites - sadly the movies didn't do them justice.

Lance Bachelder
Writer, Editor, Director
Irvine, California



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