“It’s the best of times and the worst of times to be a fan.”
Ursula K. Le Guin may no longer publish fiction, but that hasn’t stopped her from writing.
A vast range of political, historical, and religious influences went into Margaret Atwood’s dystopia, including one unexpected logo.
LE GUIN: My mother had always wanted to write. She told me this only after she’d started writing. She waited until she got the kids out of the house, until she was free of responsibility for anybody except her husband. Very typical of her generation. She was in her fifties when she started writing—for kids, […]