The Unreal and the Real: Ursula LeGuin- a collection by one of my favourite authors of some of her best stories.
To kill a Mockingbird… 232 more words
My sister made up a song for one of our impromptu sibling talent shows and called it ‘Silhouettes in the Dark.’ It was something of a torch song, and for years afterwards she would continue to sing it in the shower and bring back memories for all of us who were still home at the time. 552 more words
Catching up with unread Ursula LeGuin stories has been more of an eye-opener than I had expected, and has certainly confirmed my feeling that she is probably the most thoughtful and imaginative writer of science fiction I’ve ever come across. 418 more words