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The Paris Review Interviews Ursula K. Le Guin The Art of Fiction No. 221 Interviewed by John Wray “No single work did more to upend the genre’s conventions than The Left Hand of Darkness (1969)….
The Cat Letters (obediently transcribed by Elisabeth and Ursula Le Guin) Although incomplete, these letters are of great interest in revealing much concerning the Five Deliberations. Though practiced openly and constantly by most cats, the actual nature of the Deliberations … Continue reading
Translators Mariano Martin Rodriguez (from the original Romanian to Spanish) and Ursula K. Le Guin (in association with MMR from Spanish to English) appeared at the Seattle Public Library to launch Aqueduct Press’ edition of Squaring the Circle: A Pseudotreatise … Continue reading
by Ursula K. Le Guin While most small presses sell all their books freely and happily to libraries, the “Big Five” publishers continue to be terrified by the idea of letting public libraries have their e-books, and to punish libraries … Continue reading
Portland Playhouse and Hand2Mouth Theatre team up to stage a new adaptation of Ursula K. LeGuin’s 1969 gender-bending tale of love, jealousy, power and betrayal. Sometimes, we have to leave our own time and place to understand ourselves. Hand2Mouth Theatre and Portland … Continue reading
The Trouble (Annals of Pard: V) by Ursula K. Le Guin I’ve never had a cat before who directly challenged me. I don’t look for much obedience from a cat; the relationship isn’t based on rank or a dominance hierarchy … Continue reading
A few years back, I was at Potlatch in the San Francisco Bay Area, and so was Ursula. I saw her as soon as I arrived. She was crossing through the lobby, followed at a discreet distance by a cameraman. … Continue reading
In the late 70s I was living in Wichita Falls, Texas, a small city on the Oklahoma border about 283 miles due north of Austin. When I took the job that sent me there, I told my friends, “Well, at … Continue reading
Most of us who are fascinated by the written word have mentors, whether we realize it or not. There are people we admire greatly for who they are, and people we admire for what they have created. In my case, … Continue reading