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Fahrenheit 451 (1953) by Ray Bradbury

In 9th grade, I was assigned Fahrenheit 451 in English class. I don’t think I ever made the connection that it was written by the same author who blew my mind in a group reading assignment in the 5th grade (I suspect the book was… 639 more words

Science Fiction

Review of Fahrenheit 451 (Spoilers)

Like many others, the only reason I opened this book was for my English class. Ah, required summer reading. I didn’t want to read this book. 373 more words


"Shadow Show" Shines a Light on Ray Bradbury

Eddie Campbell to adapt “Backward in Seville” by Audrey Niffenegger

Media Release — In the prose anthology Shadow Show, acclaimed writers gathered to pay tribute to the work of the incomparable Ray Bradbury, known for such timeless classics as Fahrenheit 451, The Martian Chronicles, and The Illustrated Man. 551 more words

Audrey Niffenegger

Ray Bradbury ‘From the Dust Returned’ Review

Written by:  Myra Gabor

Ray Bradbury is known to all of us as one of the masters of sci-fi, having given us The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451. 338 more words


Ray Bradbury Challenge, Week 31.

Just finished this weeks story, 1342 words.

It would have been sooner but I was working in the garden.
It’s not great but it IS finished.


When the day is done (I will miss)

When the day is done,
I will miss:

my time,
all mine.

musing without purpose.

Writing, for me
and for you.

Breathing; 170 more words

Writing Prompts/Challenges

5 Great Midwestern Novels You May Have Missed

We’ve talked about how great the Midwest is for writers today, but from Hemingway’s Michigan to Bellow’s Chicago and Cather’s Nebraska, the region has always provided readers with plenty of great literature over the years.  254 more words