The first Ray Bradbury story I read was in the February 1950 issue of Galaxy Magazine and was titled "The Fireman." At that point be became my favorite Scifi writer. Bradbury later expanded "The Fireman" into "Fahrenheit 451." Other stories that are my favorites are: The Sound of Thunder, The Man, andThe Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl. There are many others but can't expound on them here.
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My first story was "Ylla". I was a kid, I was just getting into science fiction and I had heard (I don't remember how) of a book called THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES. So I tried it and that first story blew me away.
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