an illustrated chapbook
by Ursula K. Le Guin
$2.99 (Short Story) ISBN 978-1-61138-647-9
A BVC Original
A thoughtful, truthful autobiography, translated from the Feline by Ursula K. Le Guin.
First appeared on Le Guin’s blog, and is now presented as an e-book, with many new comments and photographs of the handsome author in his characteristic white tie and tail.
“Many readers will recognize familiar aspects of their own lives and relationships in this artless account.” — The Alley Examiner
“The author’s experience of life is limited, but intense.” — Furbelows
“Life-affirming.” — Weekly Yowl
A sample from Part II: Pictures of Pard
Under the bed is not the best hiding place when unusual things cause anxiety, but it is a good place for being temporarily invisible while listening and looking out for strange feet, loud noise machines, etc., or when there has been shouting at me because I have been stretching my back and exercising my claws on the bedspread, even though that is clearly what the bedspread is for.