Bradburyesque adj.

= Bradburyish adj.

SF Criticism

  • 1948 M. Wigodsky Letter in Startling Stories Mar. 136 page image Michael Wigodsky bibliography

    Who is this Beck? He’s wonderful! Original time travel slant and Bradburyesque ‘screaming children’.

  • 1951 L. S. de Camp in Astounding Science-Fiction Aug. 142/2 page image L. Sprague de Camp

    The Middletowners, a collection of Bradburyesque Little People, move…to an abandoned domed city to keep from freezing.

  • 1976 A. Budrys in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction May 28/2 page image Algis Budrys

    What is thought of now as typically Bradburyesque writing.

  • 1993 P. Crowther in Interzone (#74) Aug. 65/1 page image Peter Crowther

    The stories themselves get off to a wonderful start with Joseph Citro’s ‘Kirby’, a McCammonesque (or Bradburyesque for those with longer memories) evocation of childhood friendships.

  • 2010 Asimov’s Science Fiction June 62 page image

    Her first tale for us is a deceptively gentle Bradburyesque story that takes a bittersweet look at a man’s desperate attempt to share the wonders of his imagination with his young son.

Research requirements

antedating 1948

Earliest cite

letter in Startling Stories

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