Ray Bradbury on Love

Ray Bradbury (1920–2012) wrote about many things that make up the human experience. 

In this interview from 1968, Bradbury talks about his writing process with a segue into the topic of love and his personal romance with the written medium.

 

Write only what you love

and love what you write.

The key word is love.

You have to get up in the morning

and write something you love

something to live for. 

– Ray Bradbury

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One thought on “Ray Bradbury on Love

  1. In this interview, Ray Bradbury uses the example of the death of Ernest Hemingway and how he felt about it. In 1965, his story called, “Kilimanjaro Machine” was published in Life magazine, and it is the piece I believe Bradbury was referring to regarding Hemingway’s death.

    Here is the link:
    http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=00gEAAAAMBAJ&lpg=RA1-PA3&dq=%22ray%20bradbury%22&pg=RA1-PA68#v=onepage&q=%22ray%20bradbury%22&f=false

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