Ray Bradbury was always tinkering with his writing, especially his scripts. Gauntlet has already published IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE with its four variations of his script. They are proud to be publishing five versions of Fahrenheit-451 he wrote beginning in 1955.
First, though they are offering Bradbury’s second manuscript of his acclaimed novel that he typed — in facsimile fashion. The manuscript differs in a number of ways from the published novel.
Among the scripts Bradbury wrote there were three plays, one screenplay and a musical version of his novel.
There will be more including a number of Bradbury’s famous doodles that often accompanied books he signed for fans.
The book is edited by Elizabeth Nahum-Albright, daughter of Donn Albright who edited all of Gauntlet's other Bradbury books and assisted Elizabeth. There will also be b/w and color photos Elizabeth took of Ray’s house and office on glossy paper.
The cover will feature two Bradbury paintings (one on the front cover, the other on the back).
Limited to 350 unsigned copies. This version is identical to the numbered but it is unsigned