On Ursula K. Le Guin's birthday, an excuse to revisit her superb essay on being a "man" – one of the finest, sharpest things ever written about our culture
On Ursula K. Le Guin's birthday, her playful and profound poem-letter to kids about the power and joy of reading
“Knowledge sets us free, art sets us free. A great library is freedom.” Ursula K. Le Guin, born on this day in 1929, on the sacredness of public libraries
Ursula K. Le Guin was born on this day in 1929. Beloved for her philosophically tinted, poetically spirited, downright prophetic fantasy novels, she is less known for her poetry—but it is as profound, as revivifying. Her "Hymn to Time," read by @JannaLevin
From the intro of Ursula K Le Guin's Left Hand of Darkness -- "Almost everything carried to its logical extreme becomes either depressing or carcinogenic.” And how...
PBS’s Documentary About Ursula K. Le Guin Is Free to Watch This Week | @tordotcom
I just learned that Ursula K. Le Guin has died. Her words are always with us. Some of them are written on my soul. I miss her as a glorious funny prickly person, & I miss her as the deepest and smartest of the writers, too. Still honoured I got to do this:
Early last year, Ursula Le Guin wrote to The Oregonian, on the subject of "alternative facts."
RIP Ursula Le Guin. Here she is in 1987, turning down an offer to blurb an all-male sci-fi anthology.
Happy birthday Ursula Le Guin, who once turned down an offer to blurb an all-male sci-fi anthology with this letter…
The literary mainstream once relegated Ursula K. Le Guin's work to the margins. Then she transformed the mainstream:
Ursula Le Guin turns down an offer to blurb an all-male sci-fi anthology. #InternationalWomensDay