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Ray Bradbury was born on August 22 1920 He was the third son of Leonard Spaulding Bradbury a telephone lineman for Waukegan Bureau of Power Light and Esther Marie Bradbury Ray lived in Waukegan Illinois for six years until his family left to Tucson Arizona in 1926 When Ray Bradbury was eleven he would be writing stories on butcher Ray was very much into science fiction horror movies books comic books and magic acts At age 12 Ray read a newspaper headline reading World Would End Tomorrow Young Ray was all excited about this event so he and his brother packed a lunched and camped out on a ridge to see the end They waited for some time and nothing happened Disappointed he and his brother left the ridge and went home From that point on Ray vowed to separate from religion Why Because he doesnt like a god who likes to see his people run in pseudo-terror In 1932 - after his father Leonard Spaulding Bradbury was laid off work because of the depression - his family moved to Los Angeles California In 1935 at the age of fifteen Ray would continue writing stories Every once in a while he would send them to national magazines for print Wolfe 63 None of his work at this time was printed Even though his work was never published that didnt dispair him from his love of science fiction With that he joined the Los Angeles Science-Fiction Society Later in the same year Ray printed out his own magazine called Futura Fantasia Futura Fantasia only consisted of Ray Bradburys work The magazine lasted for only four issues In 1938 Ray Bradbury finished High School at Los Angeles High School in Los Angeles California Nearly four years of trying to have one of this stories being published Ray has his fist printing with Imagination Magazine and the story called Hollerbochens Dilemma This was a big
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