Over the course of a storied literary career that has spanned more than half a century, Ray Bradbury has taken us to wonderful places: across vast oceans to foreign lands, onto summer porches of small-town America, through dark and dangerous forests where predators wait, into the hypnotic mists of dream, back to a halcyon past to remember, forward into an exhilarating future, and rocketing through outer space.
In We'll Always Have Paris—a new collection of never-before-published stories—the inimitable Bradbury once again does what few writers have ever done as well. He delights us with prose that soars and sings. He surprises and inspires, exposing truths and provoking deep thought. He imagines great things and poignantly observes human foibles and frailties. He enchants us with the magic he mastered decades ago and still performs flawlessly. In these pages, radio voices become indomitable flesh and the dead arise to recapture life. There is joy in an eccentric old man's dance for the world and wonder over the workings of humankind's best friend, O Holy Dog. Whether he's exploring the myriad ways to be reborn, or the circumstances that can make any man a killer, or returning us to Mars, Bradbury opens the world to us and beckons us in.
Get ready to travel far and wide once again with America's preeminent storyteller. His tales will live forever. We will always have Bradbury—and for that reason, we are eternally blessed.
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Never-before-published stories from the prolific--and increasingly nostalgic--author of classics such as Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles.Jun 24 2010 | Read Full Review of We'll Always Have Paris: Stories
A recent collection of his short stories, We'll Always Have Paris, contains examples of just how powerful short stories can be.Apr 01 2010 | Read Full Review of We'll Always Have Paris: Stories
WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS is a collection of 22 never-before-published short stories written by one of the most celebrated authors of our time.Jun 02 2011 | Read Full Review of We'll Always Have Paris: Stories
The Paris Review's latest issue carries one of Sam Weller's interviews with Ray Bradbury.Apr 21 2010 | Read Full Review of We'll Always Have Paris: Stories
Other Bradbury themes – fey phantoms, Gabriel García Márquez-esque magic realism, meditations on murder and music – return in new guises, still pulsing with the human heart and soul of their varied precursors.Feb 20 2009 | Read Full Review of We'll Always Have Paris: Stories
We'll Always Have Paris by Ray Bradbury.Apr 03 2009 | Read Full Review of We'll Always Have Paris: Stories
In his for the most part disdainful observations of science fiction as a cultural phenomenon, The Dreams Our Stuff is Made Of, Thomas Disch characterizes Ray Bradbury, among other notable genre authors of the post- WW II generation, as being in “affluent decline” by the 1980s, suffering from “t...Apr 16 2009 | Read Full Review of We'll Always Have Paris: Stories
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