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Ursula K. Le Guin (1929–2018) was an American author of speculative fiction, realistic fiction, non-fiction, screenplays, librettos, essays, poetry, speeches, translations, literary critiques, chapbooks, and children's fiction. She was primarily known for her works of speculative fiction. These include works set in the fictional world of Earthsea, stories in the Hainish Cycle, and standalone novels and short stories.
Kidd was born Mildred Virginia Kidd in the Germantown district of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the youngest daughter of. .Le Guin, Ursula K. The Eye of the Heron. Interfaces: An Anthology of Speculative Fiction. New York: Ace Books, 1980.
Kidd was born Mildred Virginia Kidd in the Germantown district of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the youngest daughter of Charles Kidd, a printer, and Zetta Daisy Whorley. She had polio at the age of 2, and was paralyzed for a year from the chest down. New York: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1982. Saving Worlds: A Collection of Original Science Fiction Stories.
The Norton Book of Science Fiction, with Brian Attebery, Karen Fowler, Norton 1993. Edges, with Virginia Kidd, Pocket Books 1980. Interfaces, with Virginia Kidd, Grosset & Dunlap/Ace 1980. Nebula Award Stories XI, Harper & Row 1977. Screenplay in Book Format
Items related to Interfaces Anthology of Speculative Fiction.
Items related to Interfaces Anthology of Speculative Fiction. Interfaces Anthology of Speculative Fiction. ISBN 13: 9780441370931. ISBN 10: 0441370934 ISBN 13: 9780441370931. Publisher: Ace Books, 1980. Published by Ace Books (1955).
Le Guin, Ursula K. pronounced "Luh-Gwin"; born October 21, 1929, in Berkeley, CA.With Virginia Kidd) Interfaces: An Anthology of Speculative Fiction, Ace Books (New York, NY), 1980. pronounced "Luh-Gwin"; born October 21, 1929, in Berkeley, CA; daughter of Alfred L. (an anthropologist) and Theodora Covel Brown (a writer)Kroeber; married Charles Alfred Le Guin (an historian), December 22, 1953; children: Elisabeth, Caroline, Theodore. With Brian Attebery) The Norton Book of Science Fiction: North American Science Fiction, 1960-1990, Norton (New York, NY), 1993.
They also both lectured on speculative fiction at universities around the .
They also both lectured on speculative fiction at universities around the world. Along with speculative fiction she has also published more than a dozen mystery novels, her first, More Bitter Than Death, in 1963 and her most recent, cowritten with Richard Wilhelm and featuring her noted detective protagonist Barbara Holloway, Mirror, Mirror in 2017. She died in Eugene, Oregon, where she had lived since the 1970s. SOURCES & ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Reprinted by permission of the Estate of Judith Merril and the Virginia Kidd Agency, Inc. Wilmar H. Shiras, In Hiding, Astounding Science Fiction 4. (November 1948): 40–70. Le Guin, a longtime Portland resident who influenced a generation of writers worldwide and whose name became synonymous with superlative speculative fiction, died Monday at her Portland home
Ursula K. Le Guin, a longtime Portland resident who influenced a generation of writers worldwide and whose name became synonymous with superlative speculative fiction, died Monday at her Portland home. Her son Theo Downes-Le Guin told The New York Times she had been in poor health for several months. Tributes from fans, including fellow authors, began appearing on social media almost immediately after the news of her death broke. Le Guin was a prolific science fiction writer. Le Guin published over 20 novels, 10 short story collections and a dozen books of poetry, as well as essay collections and children's books. She died on Jan. 22, 2018. Her work earned her both the Hugo and Nebula Awards, as well as the National Book Foundation's Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. Jo Walton selects The Dispossessed.