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A Medicine for Melancholy

William Morrow Stabs at the "Heart" of Ray Bradbury

Steven Paul Leiva | Posted 10.16.2013 | Books
Steven Paul Leiva

The onset of the personal computer held no appeal for him, and the many advantages of Word Processing was not able to seduce him away from his beloved typewriter. But be all that as it may, shortly before his death Ray did acquiesce to having his books digitized. Why this change of mind?