One of the giants of science fiction has died at the age of 91. Ray Bradbury, spent a lifetime sharing stories from the depths of his imagination with classic works including "Fahrenheit 451," "The Martian Chronicles" and "Something Wicked This Way Comes."
His works predicted many of today's technologies, including ATMs and televised car chases. In a career that spanned over seven decades of science fiction, horror and mystery, Bradbury described himself as a "hybrid author" writing over 600 short stories and 50 books, as well as screenplays for TV including "The Twilight Zone" and "The Ray Bradbury Theater". He also wrote the screenplay for John Huston's classic film adaptation of "Moby Dick."
Ray Bradbury died last night at his home in Los Angeles. He's survived by his four daughters. What are you memories of his work? How did Ray Bradbury change the face of science fiction?
Sam Weller, Ray Bradbury’s biographer and author of The Bradbury Chronicles: The Life of Ray Bradbury
Ronald D. Moore, screenwriter and TV producer of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and “Battlestar Gallactica.”