Yippee! The New Yorker is offering the only two Ray Bradbury stories he wrote for them for free this week. Neither is sci-fi fiction, but both are engaging. The first is a short story called, "I See You Never" from the issue dated November 8th, 1947. The New Yorker graciously unlocked the entire issue and it's fun seeing all of the cartoons, articles and ads from that week.
The second is from the current Science Fiction issue and is an essay called, "Take Me Home."
I'm still morning the loss of one of my favorite authors and inspirations. You can see what I wrote the day he passed away here.
You can get these little treats for yourself at the New Yorker's website.