Quotes for 2020 #14

A new year, A whole new decade. A daily series of quotes from my favorite authors. Just for the hell of it…

Today’s words of ‘wisdom’ come one of the great pioneers of Sci-Fi Ray Bradbury. Neil Gaiman, who has yet to feature, wrote a poem called ‘the man who forgot Ray Bradbury’ for Ray’s 80th birthday. Its full of references to Bradbury’s fabulous body of work. Though he is sadly no longer with us, his legacy in words will I suspect be with us for a long time to come.

Unless of course the firemen turn up…

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