What We’re Reading: This is a new column on books and reading — and it all goes back to Ray Bradbury

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CHICAGO — I told my editor I wanted to start a weekly column about reading and that I wanted to begin with Ray Bradbury and Gene Wolfe. Not because they’re science fiction legends and I’m a committed sci-fi reader — more like an enthusiastic toe-dipper. Not because they are sons of Illinois — Bradbury’s from Waukegan and Wolfe’s from Peoria. Not even because handsome new editions of their masterpieces were recently released — a single volume of Bradbury’s best-loved novels was welcomed into the venerable Library of America, alongside Baldwin, Dickinson, Faulkner; while Wolfe’s “The Book of the…

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