The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury Quotes

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Neil Gaiman
“I have lost people, though.
It's strange when it happens. I don't actually lose them. Not in the way one loses one's parents, either as a small child, when you think you are holding your mother's hand in a crowd and then you look up, and it's not your mother... or later. When you have to find the words to describe them at a funeral service or a memorial, or when you are scattering ashes on a garden of flowers or into the sea.”
Neil Gaiman, Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances

Neil Gaiman
“And the people who would burn the words, the people who would take the books from the shelves, the firemen and the ignorant, the ones afraid of tales and words and dreams and Hallowe'en and people who have tattooed themselves with stories and Boys! You Can Grow Mushrooms in Your Cellar! and as long as your words which are people which are days which are my life, as long as your words survive, then you lived and you mattered and you changed the world and I cannot remember your name.

I learned your books. Burned them into my mind. In case the firemen come to town.”
Neil Gaiman, Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances

Neil Gaiman
“I am thinking of a sky filled with spaceships, so many of them that they seem like a plague of locusts, silver against the luminous mauve of the night.”
Neil Gaiman, Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances

Neil Gaiman
“Looking back over a lifetime, you see that love was the answer to everything,' Ray said once, in an interview.

He gave people so many reasons to love him. We did. And, so far, we have not forgotten.”
Neil Gaiman, Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances