Guide to the Archive: Ray Bradbury

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Between 1950 and 2009, The Saturday Evening Post published 13 short stories by Ray Bradbury, the science fiction and fantasy author best known for his novel, Fahrenheit 451.

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Stories and Poems by Ray Bradbury

The World the Children Made,” September 23, 1950, page 26

The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms,” June 23, 1951, page 28

The April Witch,” April 5, 1952, page 31

They Knew What They Wanted,” June 26, 1954, page 22

Summer in the Air,” February 18, 1956, page 28

Good-by, Grandma,” May 25, 1957, page 28

The Happiness Machine,” September 14, 1957, page 43

The Magic White Suit” [novelette], October 4, 1958, page 28

Forever Voyage,” January 9, 1960, page 16

The Drummer Boy of Shiloh,” April 30, 1960, page 22

The Beggar on the Dublin Bridge,” January 14, 1961, page 28

The Prehistoric Producer,” June 23, 1962, page 18

Fathers and Sons Banquet” [poem], May 1974, page 59

Up from the Deep,” September 1981, page 12

America” [poem], July/August 2009, page 35

Juggernaut,” September 1, 2009, page 29


Video Image Credits

0:13 – Image of Center for Ray Bradbury Studies, IUPUI (photo by SEP staff)
0:25 – New Yorker cover: Alamy
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1:46 – Ray Bradbury (Wikimedia CommonsMDCarchives via the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license)

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