Ray Bradbury was one of the 20th century's most influential authors. Few knew him better than biographer Sam Weller, who spent more than ten years interviewing the man. Listen to the Echoes: The Ray Bradbury Interviews compiles these chats into a cohesive, compelling portrait of Bradbury the man, author, and thinker. The text is accompanied by full-color photographs by Zen Sekizawa that show both his home and his collection of memorabilia and trinkets. Originally released in 2010, this updated hardcover edition includes a new final chapter covering Bradbury's legacy following his death in 2012, as well as essays by Margaret Atwood and Frank Darabont. This limited edition of 300 is printed on silver foil, wrapped in a clear poly book jacket, and comes with a "library card" signed by contributors Margaret Atwood, Frank Darabont, Black Francis, and Sam Weller.
Width: 7.5" / Height: 10.75" / 224 Pages