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     Ray Bradbury interview by the Paris Review

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Masterpiece Fahrenheit 451 scifi author and literary god Ray Bradbury interview in 2010: Excerpts: In all, Bradbury has written more than fifty books, including The Illustrated Man, Dandelion Wine, Something Wicked This Way Comes, and his 2009 story collection, We’ll Always Have Paris. He has worked often in television and film, ... < < < more > > > less < < <

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     Cyberpunk author William Gibson interview

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Excerpts from the article: William Gibson published his first novel, the hallucinatory cyberpunk hacker thriller Neuromancer, in 1984. Neuromancer, famously, gave us the term ­cyberspace and the vision of the Internet as a lawless, spellbinding realm. And, with its two sequels, Count Zero (1986) and Mona Lisa Overdrive (1988), it ... < < < more > > > less < < <

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