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Ursula Le Guin

Wilson’s Iliad and Le Guin’s Battle Between Good and Evil, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Sword

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Water Worlds: Classic SF Set on Ocean Planets

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Five Ways Generation Ships Are Doomed to Fail in Science Fiction

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11 Books That Changed How I Think About Space Opera

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Unlocking the Full Brilliance of Ursula Le Guin’s Hainish Cycle

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Illustration depicting Little Red Riding Hood encountering the wolf

Mother and the Wolf: Maternal Power in Fairy Tales

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Scholomance Trilogy, Naomi Novik

The Maw-Mouth of Omelas: Reading Naomi Novik’s Scholomance Series as a Response to Ursula K. Le Guin

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My Le Guin Year: Storytelling Lessons From a Master

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From Pravic to Palp-Semaphore: Seven Ingenious Languages in Speculative Fiction

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The Ones Who Can’t Walk Away: Another Perspective on Omelas

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My Le Guin Year: Craft Lessons From a Master

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Jo Walton's Reading List for February 2021

Jo Walton’s Reading List: February 2021

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