Sunday, May 10, 2015

A Lost Ray Bradbury Interview Set to Motion by Blank & Blank

In a lost 1972 road trip interview, Ray Bradbury told a couple of college journalists his thoughts on like minded friends, never driving a car, and why his science fiction stories were frequently set on Mars.

In the first half of the nineteenth century, however, the moon was all the rage for science fiction short stories. Check out "A Visit to the Lunar Sphere" of 1820 to learn about an interesting Lunarian named Zuloc that's found in Mesaerion: The Best Science Fiction Short Stories 1800-1849.

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