Listen to the Echoes

Listen to the Echoes

The Ray Bradbury Interviews

Book - 2010
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Ray Bradbury is a literary and publishing phenomenon who has had over 500 works published, including short stories, novels, plays, screenplays, television scripts and verse. In Listen to the Echoes, Bradbury shares his opinions and memories in a series of revelatory and often controversial conversations. Written by the author's official biographer - award-winning journalist and noted Bradbury scholar Sam Weller - this is the most candid portrait of the author known to date.
Publisher: Brooklyn, N.Y. : Melville House ; Chicago, IL : Stopsmiling Books, c2010.
ISBN: 9781935554035
1935554034
Branch Call Number: 921 B798w2
Characteristics: 317 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Bradbury, Ray 1920-2012
Alternative Title: Ray Bradbury interviews

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JCLJessecaB Feb 15, 2017

Ray Bradbury remains my favorite author, but after reading this book I now know that he is not my favorite person. While I do believe this collection of interviews reveals interesting information on Bradbury's writing process and philosophies on the craft, life, etc, I couldn't help but be disappointed by some of the personal revelations of my hero. If you don't idealize Bradbury as a god-like, all-perfect champion of authorship and imagination (as I did) and are just looking for an autobiography of sorts, then you will likely enjoy this collection of Sam Weller's interviews.

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