Ray Bradbury: One on One with Sam Weller

    When Chicago-based writer Sam Weller met his literary hero Ray Bradbury in 2000, it was friendship at first sight. As Bradbury’s official biographer, he has since published four books connected to the iconic author, who died in 2012 at the age of 91. In this touching tribute, Weller talks about the enduring appeal of Bradbury’s work, including this year’s Maryville Reads pick, “Fahrenheit 451.”

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