A Ray Bradbury Christmas

I saw my dear friend Ray Bradbury on Monday, and it was a wonderful time, as ever. We sat together in his sitting room crammed full of mementos from his career, glorious original Joe Mugnaini artwork from his books framed on the walls, the Emmy he won for HALLOWEEN TREE and his smoky-
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Pulp Fiction and Body Count

The heading may be misleading… Yesterday I was interviewed on camera for PULP FICTION – THE GOLDEN AGE OF STORYTELLING, a documentary about the great pulp magazines published from the 1920s through 1950s. Ray Bradbury and other legendary figures have been interviewed for the documenta
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