1. 09:15 29th Jan 2014

    notes: 6233

    reblogged from: fuckyeahsciencefiction

    tags: Ray Bradburycomics

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    incidentalcomics:

Fahrenheit 351
(After Ray Bradbury)

    incidentalcomics:

    Fahrenheit 351

    (After Ray Bradbury)

     
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    thegildedcentury:

Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December, 1943

Short story here. 

    thegildedcentury:

    Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December, 1943

    Short story here

     
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    thegildedcentury:

Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December, 1943

Illustration for King of the Gray Spaces by Ray Bradbury. You can read this short story here. 

    thegildedcentury:

    Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December, 1943

    Illustration for King of the Gray Spaces by Ray Bradbury. You can read this short story here

     
  4. 08:34 23rd Jan 2013

    notes: 271

    reblogged from: kambui

    tags: Ray Bradburyvortex

    kambui:

S is for Space by Ray Bradbury…

    kambui:

    S is for Space by Ray Bradbury…

    (Source: buddhartha)

     
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    peabodywunderkammer:

In honor of the life of Ray Bradbury, we present to you an illustration from the Peabody Library’s copy of The Martian Chronicles. This edition was published in 1974 by the Limited Editions Club and features several illustrations by the artist Joseph Mugnaini. Call No.: 813.5 B7268 1974 QUARTO (Copy 800 out of 2,000)

    peabodywunderkammer:

    In honor of the life of Ray Bradbury, we present to you an illustration from the Peabody Library’s copy of The Martian Chronicles. This edition was published in 1974 by the Limited Editions Club and features several illustrations by the artist Joseph Mugnaini. Call No.: 813.5 B7268 1974 QUARTO (Copy 800 out of 2,000)

     
  6. 09:30

    notes: 285

    reblogged from: book-aesthete

    tags: Ray BradburyMartian Chroniclesbook

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    book-aesthete:


The Martian Chronicles Ray Bradbury. Avon CT, Limited Editions Club, 1974.
Illustrated by Joseph Mugnaini. Black cloth, speckled with white, glassine dust jacket, matching board slipcase. No. 1935 of 2,000 copies. Signed by the author and illustrator at the limitation.
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“Science is no more than an investigation of a miracle we can never explain, and art is an interpretation of that miracle.”
― Ray Bradbury, The Martian Chronicles

    book-aesthete:

    The Martian Chronicles
    Ray Bradbury. Avon CT, Limited Editions Club, 1974.

    Illustrated by Joseph Mugnaini. Black cloth, speckled with white, glassine dust jacket, matching board slipcase. No. 1935 of 2,000 copies. Signed by the author and illustrator at the limitation.

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    “Science is no more than an investigation of a miracle we can never explain, and art is an interpretation of that miracle.”

    ― Ray Bradbury, The Martian Chronicles

     
  7. 09:03 13th Jun 2012

    notes: 63

    reblogged from: monstercrazy

    tags: bookRay Bradbury

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  8. 21:40 6th Jun 2012

    notes: 13

    reblogged from: sambonie

    tags: Ray Bradburyvideo

    sambonie:

    Never got to watch this as a kid because my dad thought it was boring and we only had one TV. Now that I’m older, this and Bradbury’s writing are just perfection. I will miss him.

    Intro of the Ray Bradbury Theatre (1985-92): we can see his fabulous office.  A different version of this intro here

     
  9. 19:23

    notes: 367

    reblogged from: newyorker

    tags: Ray Bradbury

    newyorker:

Ray Bradbury has just passed away at age ninety-one. In our most recent issue, Bradbury wrote about what inspired him to write science fiction, and we’ve unlocked the piece: http://nyr.kr/JvTNFV

“I memorized all of “John Carter” and “Tarzan,” and sat on my grandparents’ front lawn repeating the stories to anyone who would sit and listen.” - Ray Bradbury

    newyorker:

    Ray Bradbury has just passed away at age ninety-one. In our most recent issue, Bradbury wrote about what inspired him to write science fiction, and we’ve unlocked the piece: http://nyr.kr/JvTNFV

    I memorized all of “John Carter” and “Tarzan,” and sat on my grandparents’ front lawn repeating the stories to anyone who would sit and listen.” - Ray Bradbury

     
  10. 19:19

    notes: 44

    reblogged from: myanonymouslair

    tags: Ray Bradburyshort story

    myanonymouslair:

Ray Bradbury 1920-2012
I think I read one of my first Ray Bradbury stories when I was around eight or nine, and although I have read many more since then, it has stuck with me the longest. All Summer In A Day is etched in my memory. As I read it I lay there crying, empathizing so deeply with Margot who is constantly bullied and abused by classmates. Even though there are many other Bradbury stories that are considered classics and better written. All Summer In A Day is the one I always remember, because everyone knows what its like to be bullied and ostracized in one way or another.

You can see the 1982 PBS adaptation of All Summer in a Day here
You can read the text here (PDF)

    myanonymouslair:

    Ray Bradbury 1920-2012

    I think I read one of my first Ray Bradbury stories when I was around eight or nine, and although I have read many more since then, it has stuck with me the longest. All Summer In A Day is etched in my memory. As I read it I lay there crying, empathizing so deeply with Margot who is constantly bullied and abused by classmates. Even though there are many other Bradbury stories that are considered classics and better written. All Summer In A Day is the one I always remember, because everyone knows what its like to be bullied and ostracized in one way or another.

    You can see the 1982 PBS adaptation of All Summer in a Day here

    You can read the text here (PDF)