Ursula K. Le Guin correspondence with Lyman Tower Sargent, 2001-2002.
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Ursula K. Le Guin (b. Oct. 21, 1929, Berkeley, CA-d. Jan. 22, 2018, Portland, OR) is an author noted for fantasy, science fiction, and children's literature. Born in California, her father was an anthropologist and her mother was a writer; she was educated at Radcliffe and Columbia. Her diverse and respected short stories and novels are built on themes of balance and the environment, and often express feminist concerns. Praised for creativity, elegant prose, and complex characters and s...
The Society of Utopian Studies, founded in 1975, is an international, interdisciplinary association devoted to the study of utopias, utopianism, utopian literature, utopian theory, and intentional communities, with a particular emphasis on literary and experimental utopias. It published a newsletter, Utopus Discovered: A Most Informal Newsletter, since 1975. The Society's first academic journal, Alternative Futures, published from 1978-1981 was edited by Merritt Abrash and Alexandra Aldridge. Be...