As is the custom this time of year, I've retrieved my worn-out copy of The October Country by Ray Bradbury and read it through. As usual, "Uncle Einar" and "Homecoming" always get to me the most. Re the latter, I was in Salem at the appropriate time in 1970, and had the feeling Ray was there too. Hey, we're all Family.
Thank you, Mr. Bradbury. May your voices always speak to you.
Anyone have other Bradbury favorites?