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WGN Radio Theatre #16: X Minus One, Our Miss Brooks, Rocky Fortune

Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf bring you the best from the Golden Age of Radio and delve deep into film history with “name-that-movie” clips on WGN Radio Theatre from July 26, 2015.  39 more words

WGN Radio Theatre

ShoSat: "A Sound of Thunder," by Ray Bradbury (1952)

Ray Bradbury wrote some great, classic science fiction. This story of his is one I’ve particularly enjoyed involving time travel. I like that it’s adventurous, that it speculates on the possibilities of time travel itself, and that it seems like exactly the sort of thing time travel would eventually be used for. 743 more words

Short Story Saturdays

Ray Bradbury Fahrenheit 451 1st Edition Appearances

Ray Bradbury Fahrenheit 451 1st Appearances

Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is a classic book. One of those wonderful books that tells a great story and also has a classic message about censorship and the important of keeping thoughts and words free. 469 more words

Review: Something Wicked This Way Comes

Some books you read and all you get is a sentimental thought, a few laughs, or just some extra information to tuck back into your brain library. 261 more words


How to Tell Stories: The Three Shapes

Kurt Vonnegut was a renowned author and literary genius. When it came to story telling, he felt there were only three types of stories we love to share: 190 more words


How to Write Every Day for 75 Years

In the video below Mr Bradbury discusses his life, his passions, and why books matter. He was a man of persistence, passion, and joy. He wrote every day for seventy-five years and loved every single minute of it. 39 more words