Remembering Ray Bradbury, 1920-2012

June 6, 2012


National Endowment for the Arts: A Conversation with Ray Bradbury

io9First reported the news

The New York Timesobit

Slaterecommending this Bradbury documentary

The New Yorker (2012)Take Me Home by Ray Bradbury

The AtlanticRay Bradbury on Facing Rejection … and Being Inspired by Snoopy

The Paris Review (late 1970s & 2010)Ray Bradbury, The Art of Fiction No. 203

NPR (2000)Interview with Terri Gross

TIME (2010)Q&A: Ray Bradbury

FlavorwireTribute to Ray Bradbury

Los Angeles TimesAuthor lifted fantasy to literary heights

HuffPostRemembering Bradbury’s influence on cinema and television

The GuardianNeil Gaiman remembers Bradbury

BoingBoingBradbury at NASA reading “If Only We Had Been Taller”

GOODWhy Supporting Your Local Library Is the Ultimate Homage to Ray Bradbury

The White HousePresident Obama on Ray Bradbury

BylinerOne of twelve short stories Bradbury wrote for Esquire


Keynote address of The Sixth Annual Writer’s Symposium by the Sea, 2001 [via Brain Pickings]

Letters of Note
I am not afraid of robots. I am afraid of people.

Be Your Own Self. Love What You Love.

Tweets

Guillermo del Toro – “I feel lonelier. The world is vast and barren: Bradbury was one of the titans of fantastic fiction and a unique voice in American literature. The lyricism of his prose influenced many generations across the globe. A humanist before anything else, Bradbury nurtured my youthful hopes, my flights of fancy. His soul was gentle but his imagination was fierce.”

  • Kim Utech

    In the words of Mr. Electrico, “Live forever!”, dear Ray. You will be missed.