Poems by the "other" Ray Bradbury; his awareness of his life; daughters; cats; memories of people; his father and boyhood. In "Tain't No Sin to Take Off Your Skin and Dance Around in Your Bones" he remembers how as schoolboys he and his friends used to say, "Being dead was more fun than school." "Hairwash" learning from his four daughters this most important ritual; "Ode to Dorothy Parker" of love and lonliness, "I Claim"; "America" ; etc. An insightful look into Bradbury's "other" life.
Used availability for Ray Bradbury's Death Has Lost Its Charm for Me
June 1987 : USA Hardback