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Story | Jun 3, 1999They've lived in the 21st century most of their lives. No wonder there was such little nostalgia Wednesday as founders of the world's oldest science fantasy club said goodbye to the 20th century in Los Angeles. Visions of atomic power, Earth-circling...
Story | Oct 4, 1990The screenwriter-narrator in Ray Bradbury's new novel, a murder mystery set in Hollywood in the '50s, refers to them affectionately as the loonies, the jerks, the idiots, the goons. They're the starry-eyed autograph hounds who loitered in front of the...
Story | Aug 5, 1990It was his ability to evoke a mood that first endeared Ray Bradbury to the public at large, after his beginnings in pulp science-fiction magazines in the 1940s. "The Martian Chronicles" (1950) presented the colonization of Mars in the 21st Century as a...