but not really. the infamous bradbury project is frustrating me.
there's just so much information to be collected, organized, and accounted for--it all seems like a little too much right now. but i've been here before; i'll continue trudging along through the muck.
on another note, a colleague of mine who thinks my obsession with bradbury is quite amusing thinks it's funny each time i purchase another book by or about bradbury. i mentioned that i recently purchased the 1967 book club edition just for the new introduction it contained and he decided that instead of the crazy cat lady, i'll be the crazy book lady. one day i'll die and the police will find me surrounded by hundreds of copies of fahrenheit 451. they will immediately decide that there's foul play involved and think the books are a clue. little will they know that i was merely afflicted with biblioholism.
he thinks it's funny. i think it's probable.
so, in honor of him, i've decided to commit to this bradbury obsession once and for all. i will purchase every book the man has published and every edition of fahrenheit 451 ever produced (accept the asbestos edition because i don't have $30,000 to spend on it--although if someone were to give it to me i wouldn't turn it down).