Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Michael Prichard reads Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury has probably inspired more speculative fiction writers than anyone, including (no less) Stephen King.  The Hemingway of science fiction, Bradbury penned stories that, while imaginative, are also very human and hauntingly universal--a mark of all great fiction.  No other genre writer has published in so many diverse publications beyond SF to include The Saturday Evening Post, Reader's Digest (which doesn't usually publish fiction), and school literature textbooks.  The stories in LONG AFTER MIDNIGHT offer a wide range of Ray's beguiling visions, as narrated with aplomb by veteran Bradbury performer Michael Prichard.

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