American Writers Museum previews Ray Bradbury: Inextinguishable April 14

On Wednesday, April 14 at 4pm CDT/5pm EDT, the American Writers Museum will offer a sneak peak of their newest virtual exhibit, Ray Bradbury: Inextinguishable and release details of special programs on Bradbury and his classic novel about apathy, censorship, and the power of ideas, Fahrenheit 451. The live YouTube presentation is part of the preparation for the museum’s physical reopening on May 14. Viewers can participate in trivia contests and win prizes and Experience Museum packages.

The Ray Bradbury: Inextinguishable exhibit will include material from the museum’s own holdings and the The Center for Bradbury Studies alongside the expertly curated information that has made the museum so popular.

Located in Chicago, just miles from Waukegan, Ray Bradbury’s hometown and the inspiration for his imaginary Green Town, the American Writers Museum is the only national museum dedicated exclusively to American writers and their work. It honors the influence of the past, explores and promotes accomplished authors of the present, and acts as a resource and inspiration for aspiring writers interested in exploring their craft. The museum provides state of the art interactive programs for all ages and has remained available to patrons through its virtual hub of online exhibits and presentations.

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