The Last Interview: Ursula K. Le Guin
When she began writing in the 1960s, Ursula K. Le Guin was as much of a literary outsider as one can be: a woman writing in a landscape dominated by men, a science fiction and fantasy author in an era that dismissed "genre" literature as unserious, and a westerner living far from fashionable East Coast publishing circles. The interviews collected here--spanning a remarkable forty years of productivity, and covering everything from her Berkeley childhood to Le Guin envisioning the end of capitalism--highlight that unique perspective, which conjured some of the most prescient and lasting books in modern literature.
Paperback: 208 Pages
Product Dimensions: 140 x 210 mm
Published by Melville House