Fahrenheit 451

Actor Michael B. Jordan said he no longer wants to audition for roles specifically written as African-American. Instead, he’ll be looking to portray characters expected to be white.
The politically charged adaptation of the 1953 novel is coming to HBO.
And that's what the series showed in Season One so brilliantly in each occupied part of America. It wasn't just that Japanese
The concept of a Dyson Sphere is not a new one. It was first described by futurist writer Olaf Stapledon in his 1937 science fiction novel, Star Maker.
Triggering is the word that's used by today's thought police who are intent on protecting a series of rather fragile sensibilities, at the expense of free expression. What is fueling all this sensitivity?
But in a debate on the measure before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Cruz slammed the move as an assault on the First Amendment
Indie bookstores like Skylight and surviving libraries are resilient. Perhaps even more so than the digital books on our e-tablets.
In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury predicted a raft of later technological developments, among them flat-screen televisions, iPod earbuds, Bluetooth headsets, ATMs, and rolling news -- even the Facebook "wall."
If you haven't been referring to legendary author Ray Bradbury as "Ray Ray" all your life, now is the perfect time to start
I live across the street from a library, or at least what used to be a library. The Donnell Library on West 53rd Street. Today, it is a big hole in the ground.
Even in this modern day and age, some folks in communities across America are saying: "No. That Book ISN'T For You" and for reasons that have nothing to do with the community, the school, or the reader -- and everything to do with prejudice.
Bradbury had one of those big personalities where it's hard to tell fact from fiction, and I found it didn't matter much where the line blurred, because his stories had the feeling of legend anyway.
When I discovered Ray Bradbury I thought he was imagining the future. Now I realize he is part of my past.
Had you asked me a week ago if I liked Ray Bradbury, I would have said "Yes, of course." But it's today, reflecting upon his reported "death." that I am most fully moved by the power of his work.
Ray Bradbury saw the science-fiction aspects of our world. The implications of that are profound. It reminds us that our society, our economy, our world, is a product of human action.
The author of more than 50 books, Bradbury's work spanned genres of science fiction, horror and mystery. He was most widely
Books are turned into movies all the time, but increasingly, they are also getting the graphic novel treatment.
For years, novels and movies have warned us about the ominous future that we face. In fact, film may be the best representation of what we now face as a society that is fulfilling Orwell's prophecy.
Science fiction's greatest authors have brilliant ideas, storytelling mojo... and plenty of stubbornness. Many of the field's