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Fahrenheit 451

HBO developing new Fahrenheit 451 film adaptation
Apr 14, 2016

The sci-fi classic Fahrenheit 451 is getting a new lease on life, thanks to a development deal at HBO that has attracted a buzzy indie director to the project.

Big collection of Ray Bradbury's geek treasures is about to go up for auction
Sep 22, 2014

A collection of Ray Bradbury’s greatest, geekiest treasures is about to go up for auction. Get your checkbooks ready, because there are some legit goodies.

Ray Bradbury's books will FINALLY be available on e-readers
Apr 12, 2013

Almost a year after the prolific writer's death, the bulk of his library is heading towards the digital clouds.

Censored Internet sites may soon show sly Ray Bradbury tribute
Dec 17, 2012

Dystopia may be on its way, but at least we can laugh about it. With governments cracking down on websites that traffic in illegal content, one witty software developer has a novel idea—we're blocking sites anyway, so why not honor Fahrenheit 451 author Ray Bradbury in the process.

Ray Bradbury relents, allows Fahrenheit 451 to be released digitally
Dec 15, 2012

The 91-year-old science fiction Grand Master Ray Bradbury has notoriously refused to allow his groundbreaking novel—about a reductive futuristic society that eradicates free thought as easily as it burns books—to be published on anything besides paper. But despite his loathing of the Internet, Bradbury has buckled to popular demand.

Ray Bradbury reveals why Fahrenheit 451 was born (Blame radio!)
Dec 14, 2012

Ray Bradbury was interviewed recently about how Fahrenheit 451 came to be—sharing the stage with Hugh Hefner, whose Playboy serialized the classic novel—and shared that it was first radio and then TV made him realize he'd have to write a book about book burning.

Review: How Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 novel got graphic
Dec 14, 2012

The Trouble with Girls artist Tim Hamilton adapts a classic.