"The then-89-year-old Bradbury spent a little over an hour ruminating on life, love, space exploration, and even libraries, with the verve and wit of somebody a fraction of his age."
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The author considered the book his most personal work.
He was the first author whose words kept me up all night.
In case you don't need 24 hours to digest the news.
The Pan's Labyrinth director e-mailed Vulture a brief message on the passing of a fiction titan.
A sad day for speculative fiction.
Plus: Chris Colfer will take the stairs next time.
Rachel Bloom is an enthusiastic fan of the 89-year-old sci-fi author.
The Fahrenheit 451 author is turning ninety, so cut him some slack.
(Gibson owns the movie rights to 'Fahrenheit 451.')
It's making us nauseous.
Plus: Jason Priestley! Zachary Quinto! Ray Bradbury!