I was talking to Mr. B about this just last Saturday...how air conditioning killed the need for the front porch. And you thought the lack of social interaction with one's neighbors started with that new fangled Inter-Web thing.
John King Tarpinian
You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
Meanwhile, back to the topic of this thread (folks who are inspired by Ray):
Eric Mays, author:
It went off on a tangent there didn't it? Here's another: Lou Romano
Thanks for posting that, Kukai_Aoki. There's a link on that page to Romano's own blog, where he talks about how that illustration came into being:
Illustrator Patrick Mate is inspired by Ray:
Australian novelist Steven M. Irwin is inspired by Ray:
Another Australian novelist - Michael Robotham - is inspired by Ray:
American novelist Lynn Viehl - who writes in a variety of genres and under a number of pseudonyms - is inspired by Ray:
Indie band British Sea Power are inspired by Ray:
(Scroll down to read about the song 'Georgie Ray'.)
but im reading it to" the man of a thousand faces" by spektor
it makes me think i might love everyone but the bad guys
Progressive band SHADOW CIRCUS are inspired by Ray (and by Stephen King and The Twilight Zone):
Publisher-turned-novelist Lou Aronica is inspired by Ray:
I just received a message from a former student who went on to become an English teacher. He has sent word of his teaching of Fahrenheit 451 to an honors class and his memories of studying the book in my class quite a few years ago. Nice!
Passing it on...Thank you, Mr. Bradbury!
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