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5 Fave Tales from Ray Bradbury's The Illustrated Man

Ray Bradbury holds a special place in the imagination of America. Many of his stories revealed the wonders and horrors of the space age, technology, and the cold war, all written in simple yet vivid prose. 1,341 more words

Thirteen Days of Halloween, Day 1 – The October Country

In the days leading up to, and past, the Halloween holiday, I’ll be taking a look at and recommending all manner of Halloween horrors and spooky treats. 529 more words


Ray Bradbury says:

“Why is it,” he said, one time, at the subway entrance,
“I feel I’ve known you so many years?”

“Because I like you,” she said, 8 more words

The Autumn People

My birthday is kind of a holy day for me. I try to take it off, spend it in a graveyard if at all possible. I’ve celebrated my birthday in Pere Lachaise, in the Bone Chapel of Kutna Hora, and in Colma’s many graveyards. 327 more words

Horror Writers

“‘Stuff your eyes with wonder,’ he said, ‘live as if you’d drop dead in ten seconds. See the world. It’s more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories. 19 more words


Zen in the Art of Writing: Book, Blurb & Collage

Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury is one of the most enjoyable call-to-action type books I’ve flipped through. I know, I say that a lot. 416 more words


31 Days of Horror 2016: Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)

Fall, the time of year when leaves change color, the weather grows chilly, and the evil carnival, with the time travel carousel, comes to town. In this edition of… 744 more words