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New from Dark Regions Press is WRITING AS LIFE, a collection of essays, fiction and poetry by Ray Bradbury's great friend, and a very fine writer himself, William F. Nolan. Of particular interest is a chapter called, "The Matheson Years". (Nolan was for several years a member of a group of writers and friends who got together not only to discuss writing, but to have fun as well. The group included such luminaries as Nolan, Richard Matheson, Charles Beaumont, Chad Oliver, George Clayton Johnson and Ray Bradbury.) WRITING AS LIFE is available as an ebook, a trade paperback, and a signed limited edition hardcover. For more information about the book, including ordering information, click on the link below:

https://darkregions.com/collec...iam-f-nolan-preorder
 
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Great news! Nolan is a great writer! Just ordered the paperback.
 
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In keeping with this thread relating to William F. Nolan, below is a link to an interview with him that appeared in the May, 2015 issue of NIGHTMARE MAGAZINE. A couple of the Q's and A's relate directly to the group of California writers who hung around together to discuss their work and to have fun, a group that included Ray Bradbury, as mentioned in the first post above. Sadly, Mr. Nolan is the last surviving member of that group:

https://www.nightmare-magazine...iew-william-f-nolan/
 
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