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Ray Bradbury’s Yestermorrow and Zen in the Art of Writing books now available in eBook

NEW YORK, Aug. 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RosettaBooks is pleased to announce the ebook release of Ray Bradbury’s Yestermorrow: Obvious Answers to Impossible Futures and Zen in the Art of Writing. Bradbury, the visionary science fiction author and one of the most prolific authors of the twentieth century, published hundreds of short stories and novels in his lifetime. His iconic works include Fahrenheit 451, The Martian Chronicles, The Illustrated Man, Dandelion Wine and Something Wicked This Way Comes.

Zen in the Art of Writing
Now available in e-book


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In Yestermorrow, a collection of essays, poetry, and philosophical reflections, readers are given a glimpse inside the mind of Bradbury, one of the most celebrated writers of the 20th Century. The topics of Bradbury’s musings are deep and varied, such as how the past and present are reflected in society, technology, and popular culture, and the need for thinkers and imagineers to be the architects of the future. Bradbury fans, as well as those looking for a fresh take on culture from an experienced mind won’t want to miss this new release. 

According to Publishers Weekly, “Bradbury's exuberant essays are intended to evoke a sense of wonder.”  

Part memoir and part philosophical guide, each chapter in Zen in the Art of Writing is an exercise in conveying the joy of writing. This unique collection shows how Bradbury’s unbridled passion for creating worlds of infinite impossibilities made him a master of the craft. The title includes Bradbury’s essays and a series of poems, all in celebration of storytelling. 

“Bradbury, all charged up, drunk on life, joyous with writing, puts together nine past essays on writing and creativity and discharges every ounce of zest and gusto in him.” –Kirkus Reviews 

Yestermorrow and Zen in the Art of Writing are $9.99 each and available wherever e-books are sold.

About RosettaBooks: RosettaBooks is a leading independent trade publisher headquartered in New York City. The company launched in 2001 with a list of 100 preeminent digital backlist titles. Today the company’s 800-plus title list includes classic eBooks of every category, as well as an original line of frontlist nonfiction books. RosettaBooks’ prominent author collections include 100 works by M.C. Beaton, 52 works by Winston Churchill, 35 works by Arthur C. Clarke, 20 works by Kurt Vonnegut, 12 works by Stephen R. Covey, and 18 works by Robert Graves. In addition, RosettaBooks publishes eBook lines in collaboration with AARP, Harvard Health Publications, Mayo Clinic, and the Associated Press. Through a partnership with Ingram Publisher Services, RosettaBooks offers full nationwide print distribution. RosettaBooks’ trade program publishes high-profile thought leaders such as Alan Dershowitz, Jamie Merisotis, and William D. Eggers, as well as personal memoir, humor, and business titles. RosettaBooks was named an Inc. 500 company in 2015, on the exclusive list of the fastest growing private companies in the United States. For more information, please visit RosettaBooks.com.

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Michelle Weyenberg
Director of Marketing, RosettaBooks
mweyenberg@rosettabooks.com

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