Browse and buy a wide range of Bradbury’s works to appreciate in print, digital, or audio form.
The Illustrated Man, The October Country & Other Stories
Library of America has published the second volume of its Ray Bradbury edition which brings together two of his most celebrated collections, The Illustrated Man and The October Country, and twenty-seven other stories from other collections, including 7 restored to print. The volume was edited by Jonathan R. Eller, the author of the three-volume Ray Bradbury biography (Becoming Ray Bradbury, Ray Bradbury Unbound, Bradbury Beyond Apollo).
Bradbury Beyond Apollo
Bradbury Beyond Apollo, Jonathan Eller’s final book in the acclaimed trilogy on the life of Ray Bradbury, is available to buy now. The book, which draws on interviews with Bradbury, personal papers, and private collections, chronicles the later half of Bradbury’s life and explores Bradbury’s expanding interest in nonfiction, public speaking, and entertainment productions. The book was released on the 100th anniversary of Bradbury’s birth, August 22, 2020.
Killer, Come Back To Me: The Crime Stories of Ray Bradbury
In Killer, Come back to Me, Hard Case Crime brings together twenty of Ray Bradbury’s finest works of crime fiction, including “The Small Assassin,” “The Whole Town’s Sleeping,” and the title story–Bradbury’s first published mystery. A joy to look at as well as read, this collectible first edition from Penguin Random House features original cover art from a painting by Paul Mann and eleven never-before-published illustrations by Robert Gale and Deena So’Oteh.
All of Me Is Illustrated
The first book to feature Ray Bradbury’s treasured stories The Illustrated Man and The Illustrated Woman together alongside the most stunning tattooed bodies of today. Newly published to celebrate Bradbury’s Centennial by Inked Magazine and RosettaBooks.
The Earliest Bradbury
To celebrate the Centennial of Ray Bradbury’s birth, First Fandom Experience has published The Earliest Bradbury, a treasure trove of Bradbury’s articles, stories, and drawings dating back to when he began publishing in fanzines as a teen. The works are reproduced in full facsimile form and readers will have the opportunity to experience material that has not been available to the public since it originally appeared in the 1930s and 1940s. This is an incredible opportunity to watch Bradbury’s development from a science fiction and fantasy fan to one of the most celebrated authors in the genre.
This 160+ page, lavishly illustrated hardcover will be initially issued in a limit printing of 100 copies.