Illustrated Man, The, by Bradbury, Ray

Ray Bradbury has been one of the most identifiable writers of SF genre stories for about sixty years now, and despite his advanced age, he has only let up a bit. He is one of the more literate authors of SF stories and along with Ursula K. Le Guin and, to a lesser degree and due mostly to the inclusion of his stories in The New Yorker Stanislaw Lem, is one of the most visible SF authors to those who do not read SF regularly. Bradbury is most identified with Mars because of his visionary fix-u[…]

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