â€śRay Bradbury in the 21st Centuryâ€ťÂ
Rockford Public Library, Friday, May 20, 2016
Jonathan R. Eller, Chancellorâ€™s Professor of English
Director, Center for Ray Bradbury Studies,
Indiana University School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI
â€śThat Country Whose People Are Autumn People . . .â€ť
Ray Bradburyâ€™s The October Country Lecture
by Jonathan R. Â Eller
May 20, 2016Â Â 7:00 PM
Eller discusses the history and future of the Center for Bradbury Studies for "The How, The Why" podcast. Â Listen: Â http://1888.center/the-how-the-why-thtw-120-jonathan-eller/.
2016 marks the fiftieth birthday of Francois Truffaut's film version of FAHRENHEIT 451. To mark the occasion, our journal THE NEW RAY BRADBURY REVIEW will publish a special issue devoted to the film and Bradbury's novel, guest-edited by Bradbury Center Senior Advisor Phil Nichols.
Carol Birch, a nationally-recognized storyteller and friend of the Bradbury Center, will be in Indianapolis on March 19th to cap a month of events focused on one of Ray Bradbury's favorite authors: Nobel laureate JohnÂ Steinbeck and his classic novel, The Grapes of Wrath.
The Waukegan Public Library just launched its 32nd annual Ray Bradbury Creative Contest. This yearâ€™s theme is inspired by Bradburyâ€™s landmark novel Fahrenheit 451.Â
The Art of Storytelling, the 10thÂ Annual Ray Bradbury Storytelling Festival hosted by Waukegan Public Library, will take place on Friday, October 30, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. in Waukegan's Genesee Theater.Â
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