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Happy Holidays,

I'm handling publicity for Sam Weller's new book of definitive interviews with Ray Bradbury, LISTEN TO THE ECHOES: THE RAY BRADBURY INTERVIEWS. Thought the link below would be of interest. Best to all!

John Gabel

http://www.bradburychronicles.com/news.htm
 
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Thought the link below would be of interest.

Indeed it would - thanks.


"Live Forever!"
 
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So looking forward to this book. Will likely order from the publisher, Melville House. They havn't posted it yet as forthcoming, but they have some very interesting blogs.

http://mhpbooks.com/about.php
 
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The cover of the book...

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Originally posted by Sam Weller:
The cover of the book...

Very dramatic cover. I like it.


John King Tarpinian
You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
 
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Sam: Looking forward to it. Just finished pre-ordering it on Amazon. Hope it is very successful for you! If you come down to North Texas, I'll be hoping to meet you and get an autograph on it!
 
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Why the Black Francis intro? I'm out of the loop on his material!
 
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Originally posted by Sam Weller:
The cover of the book...

Very dramatic cover. I like it.


As do I.


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Listen to the Echoes book launch party!!!


John King Tarpinian
You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley


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May have a few more major surprises in store for this book launch party. Stay tuned...

In the meantime, Weller's web site has a nice update...

http://www.bradburychronicles.com/message.htm

Best,

John
 
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An exclusive 10,000-word excerpt from Sam Weller's new book, LISTEN TO THE ECHOES: THE RAY BRADBURY INTERVIEWS will be published this week in THE PARIS REVIEW. This is a composite interview from several sections of Sam's forthcoming book. "The Art of Fiction No. 203" marks the first time that a Ray Bradbury interview has been published in The Paris Review.

Happy Easter,

John G.
 
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It's out! Got my copy of The Paris Review today. This is an amazing interview with Ray Bradbury. Can't wait for you all to see it. Lots of insight into Bradbury's writing process and a hilarious story from his trip to NY when he received the Medal for Contributions to American letters. A big congrats to Sam Weller for finally getting Bradbury into the vaunted pages of the Paris Review. Long over due.
 
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Hi,

Melville House Publishing has this webpage about forthcoming book LISTEN TO THE ECHOES.
http://mhpbooks.com/book.php?id=362

No odering info yet, but you can preorder at amazon.
 
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Hi,

Melville House Publishing has this webpage about forthcoming book LISTEN TO THE ECHOES.
http://mhpbooks.com/book.php?id=362

No odering info yet, but you can preorder at amazon.

I fear it is too late but it appears the publisher is only going with a trade paperback edition and no hardback edition.


John King Tarpinian
You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
 
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We have a limited run of 1000 hard covers because you askedSmiler These will be available at the Glendale event on June 26.

Best,

John
 
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