Ray Bradbury: The man, the myth, the mythology

Ray Bradbury is super, super prolific, and may or may not be the great American mythologizer.
He's seen the future, and it's not all grand pink-stoned chess cities on Mars and houses that tidy up after you. It's also knowing that the world is about to end and that there's nothing to do but lie under the covers and wait for oblivion to come. It's a room full of robots telling stories about the people who made them, long after the human race has vanished from the earth.
Live strong, Ray.

1 comment:

  1. What's spooky about Bradbury's great stories is how true they are of humans and how new technologies change us and how we communicate with, and even act toward, each other. Great link. Thanks.