Most of you probably already know - Gauntlet Press is releasing a special edition of "Fahrenheit 451" in a few months. It will include the novella, "The Fireman" and the short story, "The Library" both of which the masterpiece were based on, and other "special features" (ah the age of DVDs) as well. It looks to be their most thoughtful publication since "Dark Carnival." Check it out.
I miss you all and wish I were here more often.
Peace & Love,
P.S. If you haven't read Mr. Bradbury's stage adaptation, get your hands on it if you don't get the Gauntlet special edition. It is a special edition in itself.
"When Ignorant Armies Clash"
...an unpublished novella from Bradbury! Wow! When did he write that one? Plus so much other things. You know, Donn Albright spent some time at Bradbury's tinkering thru all the stuff ...unpublished manuscripts, etc... and this must be some of the fruits from that search.
Good news about the new F451!
I was replacing a dead bulb in one of the forgotten rooms of this site and heard some footsteps echoing down one of the halls. Must've been you!
Who do you think planted that dead bulb? I lurk here in the shadows, there in the echoes of footsteps, watching. Watching.
Do you know if the new F451 will include "Bright Phoenix"?
Just looked it up - Bright Phoenix is included! Huzzah! However, "The Castle" is only included in the Lettered Edition.
I should know, but what exactly is a Lettered Edition? Limited, of course, but autographed or something?
Great to hear about the new book - but heck, if it's as expensive as the Dark Carnival reprint, it may have to wait.
By the way, it's a nostalgic experience for me to be back here. Good to see you all again.
By the way, while we're on the subject, does anyone have a word count for FAHRENHEIT 451? I ask this because it's always been unclear to me whether it is a genuine novel, or whether it falls within the novella limit (40,000 words).
Great to see YOU!
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