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Wed
Jun 26 2013 12:00pm

Six Degrees of Richard Matheson

Richard Matheson

Ever since learning of Richard Matheson’s passing, I’ve been reflecting on his life and work, while taking in the many heartfelt tributes that started springing up all over the internet almost as fast as the sad news spread. It’s been moving to see just how much Richard’s work has affected people—and lodged in our collective memories.

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Sun
Feb 20 2011 12:00pm

Happy Birthday, Richard Matheson!

Richard MathesonEighty-five years ago, on February 20, 1926, Richard Burton Matheson was born in Allendale, New Jersey. Traditionally, it’s the birthday boy who receives the presents, but as we celebrate this landmark occasion, let’s take a moment to recall some of the imaginative gifts Richard has bestowed upon us over the last several decades:

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