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Concerning women: what are some of Ray's best short stories that feature a good woman's part?...


The Homecoming?
I Sing the Body Electric?
The Wilderness?


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The Homecoming?
I Sing the Body Electric?
The Wilderness?

Thanks!


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The Day It Rained Forever
Ylla
The Cistern
There Was An Old Woman
The Illustrated Woman

The one about the woman who couldn't convince the kids that she had ever been young

(These, obviously, just off the top of my head...)
 
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The Day It Rained Forever
Ylla
The Cistern
There Was An Old Woman
The Illustrated Woman

The one about the woman who couldn't convince the kids that she had ever been young

(These, obviously, just off the top of my head...)

Thanks!


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Nef, in the novella Somewhere A Band Is Playing.
 
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Many great women in the novels!
 
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The live broadcast of the Hugo's just started.

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/worldcon1

I'm rooting for Rachel Bloom.


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The live broadcast of the Hugo's just started.

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/worldcon1

I'm rooting for Rachel Bloom.


Rachel lost to some schlock program named Doctor Who. Frowner


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Jerry Weist collection at auction...including Ray related stuff.

http://www.artdaily.org/index...._sec=2&int_new=48103


The auction catalog is now online:

http://historical.ha.com/commo...eist6069-temaa082211


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If you happen to have a copy of the "Guinness Book of Essential Facts" and look under 'best authors of America.' You will find the world famous author named ROY Bradbury.

I guess somebody had an extra pint of Guinness before starting his typesetting shift.


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...You will find the world famous author named ROY Bradbury...




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Took my friend Arlene Martel (T'Pring on Star Trek) over to visit with and read to Ray. They adored each other, and after she read The April Witch, Ray declared it "the best that anybody's ever read to me." I think she floated out to the car.

I dared to follow that with the opening chapter of Dandelion Wine. I did ok, I guess.


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Wow, you know her? She has one of the most intriguing faces.
 
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Wow, you know her? She has one of the most intriguing faces.

I met her through GCJ. Very exotic looking, indeed! And very sweet. We hang out from time to time. I won't post the photo here, being respective of Ray's privacy, but I'll email you a copy if you fancy.


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Please!
 
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