Letter from the Editors

Dear Friends, The New Year is here and after a week’s break we are back with a lot to enjoy. First we have breaking news about a very special appearance just announced for the February 12-13 screenings of Vertigo with the San Francisco Symphony’s live accompaniment. Daniel Barnes and Darcey Self-Barnes share their unique His & […]


by Roger Leatherwood Jonathan R. Eller’s new biography Ray Bradbury Unbound (University of Illinois Press, 2015) is really only the second half of the story. It follows the famous fantasy/science fiction writer’s career from 1953, after the publication of Fahrenheit 45, until his death almost 50 years later, in 2012.

“Call Me Ishmael,” RAY BRADBURY UNBOUND excerpt

This excerpt from Ray Bradbury Unbound, Jonathan R. Eller’s new biography, follows Ray Bradbury’s complex relationship with director John Huston on the making of Moby Dick. When everyone regrouped in London, tensions were still high between the two men. Casting was finalized during this period, but not before a large dinner at Huston’s private club […]