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So internet real estate increases in value just like REAL real estate!


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Supposedly
somewhere to
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Sam Weller.
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know just where
one can find the
darn thing!
www.kaxe.org
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Nard, here is the darn thing you've been looking for:

http://www.kaxe.org/bookclub/RGArchive.htm


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PHIL, belated Thanks for the location of the link. Will be listening to these, especially what Sam Weller had to say couple weeks ago.

Looks like Ray wants to go to New York to pick up his Award from the Pulitzer commitee. WHAT A GREAT EVENT!! More...MORE!! biographical material for Sam and a new, e-x-p-a-n-d-e-d edition of his biography on Ray.
 
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Thanks, philnic. That link of Sam Weller discussions is marvelous. Thanks!
 
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Your welcome. I confess that I haven't listened to it myself, yet. No time!


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Late news from Sam Weller's website (March)...but what's with the new Bradbury book with Paris (France) in the title?
http://www.bradburychronicles.com/news.htm
 
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Maybe it's from the line in "Casablanca," when Bogart says "We'll always have Paris."
 
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Undoubtedly that's it!!
 
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Where can I write Sam Weller? It seems he doesn't answer from his blog page or his schedule site.
 
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I had something important to discuss with Sam, and called him at his office at Columbia College last week...but no answer back. I guess he'll eventually hear all about it later when he doesn't have a chance to respond.

Sam, in other words, isn't easy to locate unless you know where he's speaking and get yourself over there!
 
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Met Sam Weller in Los Angeles couple weeks ago and asked him about his new projects. He has a new book of interviews he has done with Bradbury, in fact, all the interviews he has ever done with Ray Bradbury will be in this book, set for publication in 2010. No title yet. But then I didn't ask him if there was a working title. Shucks!

Currently re-reading Hail and Farewell, a story gem!
 
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Hail and Farewell is terrific! It could be RB's response to Peter Pan.

For extra credit, name another Bradbury story with a link to Peter Pan.


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The Veldt?
 
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Correct! And for extra EXTRA credit, state your reasons for your answer!


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