How about a string for sites where Mr. Bradbury does just that! It might make an interesting way to collect many of his philosophies, views on then-now-later, and also give those looking for research a place to review his words in text.
How about a basic or simple statement on the theme and then the site?
Here's are two for starters:
Mel, just make the movie!!! F451 article. http://www.hollywoodinvestigator.com/2002/bradbury.htm
Interview on stage and video, Point Loma Nazarene University's Writer's Symposium by the Sea 29. mins. (Listed once deep in the posts. Great!) http://www.uctv.tv/library-test.asp?showID=5534
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Great idea--what a way to get some perspective!
"Do What you love!" (Sound Advice)
Interview with an 18 yr. old hs student:
Just had to return and tell you that these links are simply wonderful. (Now, back to my distant planet).
Loved the first link, and will check out the second one later. Does anyone have any information on the book he mentioned, Too Soon From the Caves....? I don't recall that one being released yet, but maybe I missed it.
Laughed myself silly at that first one. I'm sure my brother-in-law, an astrophysicist, will get a "Big Bang" out of it!
Onion Club Interview, June 1999. Topics include: Censorship, languages, screenplays, Mars, and education. A few sharp retorts on the state of things in general.
"A Night of Ray Bradbury." http://www.dothings.com/WBookBrad.htm I disagree with his comments on Rod Serling and am willing to defend my position. Keep in mind some of Ray's remarks are summarized here so won't be exact words.
Excellent links. The interview done by the young girl from Verdugo Hills, was priceless. Unqiue new questions done in a very nice way. Thanks...
Here is the often requested "CODA" from Fahrenheit 451. RB at the very top of his literary game.
I'm sticking with this thread only;it holds the key.
Here is a "hot off the press" interview with RB:
Ray says he's like a "grenade" when he gives speeches.
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Really nice find GS! The ink is still drying on the article - 3/11. RB is a busy as ever. Thanks.
Yea, I enjoyed it, also. Love his self-image of himself as a kind of intellectual hand grenade.
Just discovered this Ph.D. thesis on-line. It's not as dull and academic as you might think - and it contains several full-text interviews from various parts of Ray's career. Particularly interesting to hear the true story of Ray and John Huston:
Phil: Items from 1948-2003 in that paper. I perused and will give it a closer look when time allows (200+ pgs!!). Good find.
Here is Mr. Bradbury's remarks upon receiving the Lifetime Achievement from
2000 National Book Foundation Medal Award Presentation. (Presented by Steve Martin)
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