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The Man Who Traveled in Elephants$5.00 Add to cart$5.00
Once there was a traveling salesman, a Man Who Traveled in Elephants.
For years he traveled with his beloved wife. Now he travels alone, and all the Carnivals and Festivals and State Fairs are blending together. Join John Watts for one final journey – a magical bus trip to a fantastical fair that is literally larger than life.
Legendary writer Harlan Ellison stars as the mysterious Ringmaster in this touching dramatization of the dean of American Science Fiction’s most Bradburyesque fantasy.
Also featuring an introduction by Ray Bradbury, author of Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles.
The Menace From Earth$5.00 Select options$5.00
We have done it! We have reached beyond the fragile shell of Earth! Men and women walk and live on the surfaces of Mars and Venus and the dark of the moon glitters with the lights of cities! We have done it! We have changed the face of worlds! The only thing we have not changed — is human nature. And growing up is never easy.
Even on the Moon.
Holly Jones, fifteen, born and raised on Luna, has her course plotted–she’s going into spaceship design with her partner Jeff Hardesty (“I am not romantic about him, we’re simply partners”). But the Earth-Moon shuttle brings a wild card named Ariel Brentwood, and Holly watches her plans deflate like a leaky space suit.
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Also, a little bit of fun that shows the importance of editing. The Hollywood-style preview for The Menace From Earth
Solution Unsatisfactory$5.00 Select options$5.00
Before Pearl Harbor, before the war in Europe became a World War, Robert A Heinlein considered the consequences of an unrestricted arms race. He foresaw the possibility of a “cold war”, a time of tensions and uncertainty with both major powers possessing doomsday weapons – and increasingly itchy trigger fingers.
We approached the brink of nuclear war in 1962 – and stepped back. Witness now the prescience of the Dean of Science Fiction, who saw it coming in 1941. Follow a chain of events extraordinary, leading to a problem unprecedented – and a Solution Unsatisfactory.
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