Like Bradbury, many authors support libraries. Asimov, Dr Seuss, many others:
These letters are beautiful and inspiring. Thanks, philnic, once again, for your wonderful posts.
Posted 10 May 2011 07:47 AM Hide Post
Phil, this past week I was requested to do a presentation (my second) at our community library on Book Bans and the influences of Mr. B's F451. When you posted this site, I immediately forwarded the link to the inviting librarian, a former English student of mine - ironically!
She loved it and sent me a response indicating she was going to run off the letters and have them displayed in the main reading room. A thought! I'll send a similar note to the librarians in my school and the town in which I teach!
The link below will take you to a May, 2002 interview of Ray Bradbury by Brendan Dowling, which originally appeared in the November/December, 2002 issue of the magazine, PUBLIC LIBRARIES. It is called "I Graduated from the Library":
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