Richard Christian Matheson makes words count. In DYSTOPIA, even for the third time reading most of them, they still have power. They are mordant, humane, sad, horrific. Red is justifiably one of his finest stories. Reading it again, I see art work of such dexterity and timing and peeling back the label one step at a time. It should be taught in high schools and colleges. For the sheer construction of it, and most especially the ache we feel for this sad person and what happens. The fun of Canceled, Shutterbugs, The Screaming Man, Where There's a Will, and most especially the beauty, the touching of the heart in the last story. I hope anyone who has lost someone close,will read Who's You in America. You will want to say a from the heart thanks. He is extremely good. Extremely.