What Do I Read Next?
The Martian Chronicles (1950) is a collection of intertwined short stories about a series of attempts to colonize Mars. Many critics consider this to be Bradbury’s best book.
Conversations with Ray Bradbury (2004), edited by Steven L. Aggelis, is an important collection of many interviews with Bradbury, who talks about his life and his writing.
Jonathan R. Eller and William F. Toupance’s Ray Bradbury: The Life of Fiction (2004) is the definitive critical biography of Bradbury and his work.
Bradbury: An Illustrated Life: A Journey to Far Metaphor (2002), by Jerry Weist and Ray Bradbury, is a coffee table book with wonderful illustrations, copies of posters, photographs, scenes from films, and more.
Fahrenheit 451 (1953) is perhaps Bradbury’s most famous book, set in the not-so-distant future when reading is a crime.