Sam Merwin’s Short Order had a very surprising, rather Bradburian ending that left me numb.
McKimmey entered another strong plea for racial tolerance with George Loves Gistla, employing something of a ‘Bradburian’ atmosphere.
There remains so much that is rich and strange, so much that awakens echoes of the uncritical, magical, Bradburian past, in this book.
It begins rather Bradburian in tone. It’s the late 1920s in the small prairie town of Hawley, Kansas.
A Bradburyian automated domicile features in ‘The House That Jackdaw Built’.
Lin Carter, in a letter to Startling Stories
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