The celebrated literary publication that launched the careers of H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury and Robert E. Howard is back in circulation. Check out the latest issue!
Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 is probably the sci-fi novelist's most famous work. In it, firefighters set fires rather than put them out, and focus their attention on the most illegal of contraband: printed books. Naturally, this inspires some great ways to market the book.
Yesterday I attended the Ray Bradbury Tribute panel at Comic-Con 2012, at which a number of the late writer’s friends, colleagues, and famous admirers shared stories of the man many of us regard as America’s all-time finest