Bradbury: An Illustrated Life

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This 2002 coffee table study of the celebrated SF writer focuses on his connections to pulps, slicks, radio, theater, film, and visual art. By Bradbury's own admission, he was influenced by movies from the age of three, and the book traces the shape of this influence through his long career.

Jerry Weist (1949-2011), the author, was an artist, consultant, and designer. He wrote other genre books, including The Comic Art Price Guide.


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