Favorite Short Stories

Some time ago, one of my favorite bloggers, Suzannah Rowntree, published a post entitled “Favorite (Vintage) Short Stories” in which she listed her favorite stories by genre. It sounded like a wonderful idea to me, which is why I’ve decided to do something similar here. (P.S. Most of these stories are in the public domainContinue reading “Favorite Short Stories”

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Book Review: The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury

Year of First Publication: 1951 Year of Publication for This Edition: 2010 Number of Pages: 254 Publisher: Barnes and Noble Genre: Fiction Sub-Genres: Science fiction, Fantasy, Short Fiction Subjects: Space travel, Mars, Dystopia, Social critique Note: this post contains an affiliate link. Well that took me much longer than it should have, but I finallyContinue reading “Book Review: The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury”

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Lions, Space Ships, and Lonely Dinosaurs: the Strange and Wonderful World of Ray Bradbury’s Short Fiction

For Christmas, one of the things I wanted most was Barnes and Nobles’s leather-bound collection of three books by Ray Bradbury. Well, I got it and I am a very happy camper. 🙂 The collection includes one novel, The Martian Chronicles, and two short story anthologies, The Illustrated Man and The Golden Apples of theContinue reading “Lions, Space Ships, and Lonely Dinosaurs: the Strange and Wonderful World of Ray Bradbury’s Short Fiction”

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