Tag Archive | R.I.P.
1986 was my Bradbury summer. I read every thing by Bradbury I could get my hands on that Summer, which was quite a bit, because I received an entire library of science fiction books for Christmas the previous year. When I saw in the TV listings that Farenheit 451 was going to be on television […]
Near the end of his life, visual storyteller Maurice Sendak gave a really good interview for NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross in which he reflected on his life and career and the nature of mortality. If his passing saddens you, listen to this interview. For a man aware of his fading existence, he sounds so much more alive than most […]