Happy birthday Ray Bradbury

Ray turned 88. I had heard that he was bedridden, but it seems he’s well enough to get out a bit and hang at bookstores for signings.

I am going to write him a letter and tell him how much of an influence he was on my life. Every time I do something like this the recipient dies before the letter gets there, so I am a little nervous. Using snail mail is also not so easy anymore. Who has envelopes and first class stamps, nowadays?

I have Dandelion Wine on my iPod and listen to it a little at a time – sipping it slowly so that I can enjoy the flavor.

Ray Bradbury C/O
HarperCollins Publishers Inc.
10 East 53rd Street
New York, New York 10022

One Comment

  1. .e. Jim Shannon wrote:

    Ray Bradbury was on Coast to Coast with George Noory a few nights ago. He’s working on a play at the moment.

    Monday, August 25, 2008 at 2:35 pm | Permalink

 

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