Ray Bradbury at TAC

october_country4I had the privilege of writing about one of my favorite authors, Ray Bradbury, over at TAC.  Please check it out, if you have the time and desire.

The crispness of the air, the cider, the corn mazes, the migration of birds, the smell of dust, the darkening of the days, the hay rides, the Feast of St. Francis, the change of colors, and the falling of leaves all signify the transition to the wonderful season of autumn. Cyclical, the seasons come and go. Yet somehow—whether we’ve experienced it 14 times or 51 times—the arrival of fall always seems to startle anew our longing for things otherworldly.

https://www.theamericanconservative.com/birzer/the-autumnal-imagination-of-ray-bradbury/

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