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On September 23rd at 10:00 a.m. the city of Los Angeles' Palms-Rancho Park library is going to have a dedication ceremony for Ray. They are hoping for a Q&A with a couple famous author friends of Ray's(disclosed when they confirm) at 11:30 a.m.

This library is closest to Ray's home. He spent fifty some odd years haunting those bookshelves.


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Only six weeks before you will have wished you had ordered one:

http://www.amazon.com/The-Hall...words=halloween+tree


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A quick review of a few of the comments from posters (from jkt's link) tell the true story on this classic RB All-Hallows animated tale!
 
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Presently, Tantor Audio have four Bradbury titles available on CD for only $6.99.

Death Is A Lonely Business, I Sing The Body Electric and Other Stories, The Martian Chronicles, and The Illustrated Man.

http://www.tantor.com/AuthorDe...sp?Author=Bradbury_R

"I Sing" arrived today. It is sturdy library quality.
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UPDATE 9/28/2013: I Sing the Body Electric and Other Stories CD set is now not available for $6.99.

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Today! Hurry!


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Further to Doug's post about the library dedication, my Long Beach friend Steve Barber is tweeting photos from the event:

https://twitter.com/@stevebarber_tt


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The October issue of Los Angeles Magazine has a small interview with Margaret Atwood. In it she says that in her early writings she would channel Ray.


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Originally posted by philnic:
Further to Doug's post about the library dedication, my Long Beach friend Steve Barber is tweeting photos from the event...


Thanks to you and your friend for sharing.
 
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Originally posted by Linnl:
Presently, Tantor Audio have four Bradbury titles available on CD for only $6.99.

Death Is A Lonely Business, I Sing The Body Electric and Other Stories, The Martian Chronicles, and The Illustrated Man.

http://www.tantor.com/AuthorDe...sp?Author=Bradbury_R

"I Sing" arrived today. It is sturdy library quality.
*********
UPDATE 9/28/2013: I Sing the Body Electric and Other Stories CD set is now not available for $6.99.


Presently, The Golden Apples of the Sun and Other Stories (CD set) as narrated by Michael Prichard is available for $6.99.
 
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Here is the opening sequence for this Sunday's, The Simpson's. Look closely at 1:42 into it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtgYY7dhTyE


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Originally posted by jkt:
Here is the opening sequence for this Sunday's, The Simpson's. Look closely at 1:42 into it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtgYY7dhTyE

And if you fancy, here's a nice screen capture for your viewing pleasure.



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Ray! The Illustrated Man! Richard Matheson!


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On Matheson's left, a family zombie from THE OMEGA MAN.
My, is that a sharpie Ray is using?

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Sure looks like one, except the cap is too big.
 
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Surely it's an ink pot he's holding, so the pen is some kind of dip-it-in-the-ink pen. A featherless quill, if you like.


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