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Ray Bradbury Companion by  William F Nolan - Signed First Edition - 1975 - from Thomas J. Joyce And Company and Biblio.com

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Ray Bradbury Companion: A Life and Career History, Photolog, and Comprehensive Checklist of Writings With Facsimiles From Ray Bradbury's Unpublished and Uncollected Work in all Media

by Nolan, William F

Condition: Fine


Detroit, MI: Gale Research, 1975. First edition. Hard Cover. Fine. photogravures. Quarto, 339pp., blue cloth in fine matching publisher's slipcase with paper label.

Extensively illustrated, with facsimiles. Tipped-in is a Ray Bradbury signature, with cellophane tape stains at corners of the sheet. Comprehensively includes working manuscript pages, high-school juvenilia, sections of unpublished screenplays, tv and radio scripts, LP records, song lyrics, comic strips and much more. Note: Nolan was awarded the 2013 World Fantasy Convention Award for his "Ray Bradbury Review". Photogravures.



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