The Fantastic Ursula K. Le Guin

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“By breaking down the walls of genre, Le Guin handed new tools to twenty-first-century writers working in what Chabon calls the ‘borderlands,’ the place where the fantastic enters literature.” – Julie Phillips, The New Yorker.  Read More:

“Every writer I know who talks about Ursula talks about a sense of having been invited or empowered to do something.”

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