Today is the late, great Ray Bradbury's birthday. If you're a follower of this blog, you know how much Bradbury means to me. And, if you don't know, just read this.
We discover some writers when we're young, take them into our hearts, but never really return to them. As we grow older, other voices seem more urgent, more important. But Ray's work only deepens with the years, and the impact of his brilliant stories remains as powerful as the day I first read them.
Happy Birthday, Ray—wherever in this vast, magical universe you are.
SEMI-REGULAR MUSINGS FROM THE SEMI-REGULAR MIND OF WRITER J.M. DeMATTEIS
Saturday, August 22, 2020
THE GREAT RAY
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Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Today I talked to my friend, the talented writer Onrie Kompan—host of the Live With Onrie podcast—and we had a deep-dive discussion about the creative life and what it's like out in the freelance trenches. Enjoy!
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Thursday, August 6, 2020
A LITTLE MORE DEATHSTROKE
Here's another teaser-clip from Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons—The Movie. Enjoy!
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Monday, August 3, 2020
KNIGHTS, DRAGONS, AND DEATHSTROKE
Here's an exclusive clip from Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons—The Movie, which debuts on Digital this Tuesday (8/4), then Blu-ray on 8/18. (Be sure to click "full screen" for the best view.) Enjoy!
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