Bradbury may have said that "We've got too many internets," but it seems like his publisher doesn't agree.
Bradbury really hated censorship. Let him tell you about it in this essay.
Free tip: don't base your entire paper on an encyclopedia. Still, The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction is an awesome and thorough start.
When you're interviewed in The Paris Review on "The Art of Fiction," you know you've made it.
This New York Times topic page has links to a few articles on Ray Bradbury. Check out the interview with the author.
The great science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson credits Bradbury in an essay on Mars in science fiction.
The Internet Speculative Fiction Database lists all the different versions of The Martian Chronicles. Impressive!
Check out this site, with notes on all the editions' changes.
The Martian Chronicles was made into a three-part miniseries. Check out a mostly negative review from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.
Check out Bradbury's short talk from Comic Con on his inspiration.
Pour yourself a nice non-alcoholic beverage and settle in for a longish talk with Bradbury.
Check this partial adaptation of The Martian Chronicles.
If you want to hear what Bradbury sounds like, check out this audio interview.
This cover for the first edition of The Martian Chronicles is almost as poetic as Bradbury's writing.
Bradbury as a high school senior. Cute!
Bradbury in 2000, wearing one of his medals.