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British Sea Power (and their latest album Machineries of Joy) are inspired by Ray:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/musi...r-machineries-of-joy



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We already knew this, but:

British writer and broadcaster (and just now stepping down as chair of the Magic Circle in the UK) Brian Sibley is inspired by Ray:

http://briansibleysblog.blogsp...-got-me-covered.html

(He talks about Ray in the last couple of paragraphs of the scanned article, but the whole thing is pretty interesting.)


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Author Matthew J. Pallamary is inspired by Ray:

http://www.broadwayworld.com/b...-Other-Side-20140206


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In the Feb 10 Coast to Coast radio show, [/URL] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...ernTvfeBnCsbhH]Coast
Richard Back, author of Johnathan Livingston seagull, talks about his near-death experience, cites Ray as one of his favourite authors, and recalls the time they met.
 
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I'll bet David Erik Nelson is inspired by Ray.

His time travel story in the June 2014 issue of Asimov's Science Fiction is titled "There Was No Sound of Thunder".

No link, because the issue isn't out yet.
 
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Surely someone in this link is inspired by Ray's THE ILLUSTRATED MAN:

http://www.couriermail.com.au/...iho6st-1226844349268


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Author John Harris might be ever so slightly inspired by Ray:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/THE-...&hash=item58a97a2ecd


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...whereas Alice Rogers Hager seems to have secured a few of her title words BEFORE Bradbury got there:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/The-Wo...&hash=item56621e2d09


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Originally posted by philnic:
Author John Harris might be ever so slightly inspired by Ray:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/THE-...&hash=item58a97a2ecd
And Ray must have written the sequel!


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Just for clarification, Ray was second to the title, thusly:

The Wonderful Ice Cream Cart (Hager) = 1955
"The Wonderful Ice-Cream Suit" (Bradbury) = 1958
The Wonderful Ice Cream (Harris) = 1966


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Artist Tim Youd is inspired by Ray:

http://wishtv.com/2014/09/30/a...r-freedom-of-speech/


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A manual typewriter and a piece of chalk . . .

(Yes. Inspired! You could have been an English teacher - - 40 yrs. agoWink
 
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If I am not mistaken, that's an older model of typewriter than that on which the book was originally written!
 
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Originally posted by dandelion:
If I am not mistaken, that's an older model of typewriter than that on which the book was originally written!


...and there's no coin-in-the-slot meter attached to it!


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Simon & Schuster's new imprint Simon451 is inspired by Ray:

http://pages.simonandschuster.com/simon451/


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