This is an odd story. Somewhat predictable once you get to the actual plot. But most of the story is taken up by philosophical discussions regarding the nature of sin and religion. 556 more words
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REVIEW: Modern Mythmakers: 35 Interviews with Horror & Science Fiction Writers and Filmmakers By Michael McCarty
We all grew up eagerly absorbing the works of Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, John Carpenter and the likes, allowing their words and actions to shape our lives, and our character. 453 more words
I was just introduced to the short story read by Leonard Nimoy. He died yesterday on February 27, 2015.
I had a chance meeting with Mr. 122 more words
Audio: Leonard Nimoy reads Ray Bradbury's "There Will Come Soft Rains" from "The Martian Chronicles"
In the mid-seventies, a pair of record albums came out that offered a truly singular listening experience: the voice of Bradbury in the voice of Nimoy. 23 more words
There is a photo of me from when I was about eleven years old, stood on a sand dune with my brother at the beach. He, well into teenage years and habitually cool in the eyes of his younger brother, is stood smiling if somewhat awkwardly posing for the camera, I am behind him, fresh with pubescent fat and chubby cheeks, doing a peculiar hand gesture. 290 more words