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Film critic and author Charles Champlin holds his Ray Bradbury Creativity Award as he stands in front of the Los Angeles Times Library on the Woodbury University Burbank campus. The Ray Bradbury Creativity Award is presented once per year to an individual who embodies the creative spark and social conscience that characterizes Bradbury’s work. The award was established in 1987 at Woodbury University in collaboration with Ray Bradbury.
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