Small Beer Press impressario Gavin Grant reviews Ray Bradbury's latest short story collection We'll Always Have Paris in the L.A. Times, and delivers good news:

Given his recent record, reader expectations for "We'll Always Have Paris" might understandably be on the low side — especially given the cover, which features a grinning Bradbury holding a glowing book, Photoshopped in front of the Eiffel Tower.
And therein lies a happy surprise: Throw those expectations out the window and get ready to enjoy a fresh draft of stories the way only Bradbury can write them.

All of a sudden, I'm curious to read some Bradbury again. [L.A. Times]