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Scifiguy's Entry to the Hall of Fame

I do not know if it counts as vintage sci fi but am making my way through ray bradbury’s incredibly well written and timeless short stories as we speak ( which I think I originally found in the school library in 9th grade many moons ago ) ps hello from across the river almost ( Bucks county Pa )
Of course it's vintage sci fi. Clarke, Bradbury and Asimov were the giants of the mid-twentieth century burgeoning of the sci fi genre. They all got their start writing short stories for the pulp sci fi magazines. Bradbury's Martian Chronicles may be good next stop. ps Back at you from south joisey.
 
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