The link below will take you to "Ray Bradbury on Life, Love and Buck Rogers", a 1990 interview of Ray that appeared in the U.K. publication, THE GUARDIAN. He was in London at the time in connection with the publication of his novel, A GRAVEYARD FOR LUNATICS:
Richard, I take time to read or watch each of the historic interviews you discover - with much appreciation for the researching and commitment to sharing you have. The links offer so much to our understanding of Mr. Bradbury as a writer, family man, and a personality with vision well beyond the norm.
The fact RB's roots and challenges were so deeply established in some of our country's most trying decades (Great Depression, WW II, Viet Nam) speaks quite impressivley of how determined a young man who started out selling newspapers on an LA street corner truly was in following his dreams and actually living them.
I was wondering if there could be a way to gather your related posts of these important links into a specific "Titled" Forum heading? Ie. RB Interviews/Discussions! They are really a fine source for RB fans of all ages and interest levels. They could be centered for all to appreciate.
They are quite enjoyable and could be a focal point for such dialogues Mr. Bradbury always so generously presented. They are almost "encyclopedic," if that dated term can be applied !?
Yes, please gather all the interviews and discussions into one thread and be sure it is shared with the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies and the Ray Bradbury Experience Museum.
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