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Layoverland by Gabby Noone. Hero's Haven by Rebecca Zanetti. Rogue Planet by John Andrew Karr. Le Guin's career as a professional writer spanned nearly sixty years, from to During this period, she wrote more than twenty novels, more than a hundred short stories, more than a dozen volumes of poetry, five translations, and thirteen children's books. Le Guin's first published work was the poem "Folksong from the Montayna Province" in , while her first published short story was "An die Musik", in Her first professional publication was the short story "April in Paris" in , while her first published novel was Rocannon's World , released by Ace Books in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
American author. Le Guin at a reading in Danville, California Charles Le Guin m. Further information: Authors Guild, Inc. Google, Inc. I think hard times are coming when we will be wanting the voices of writers who can see alternatives to how we live now and can see through our fear-stricken society and its obsessive technologies. We will need writers who can remember freedom. Poets, visionaries—the realists of a larger reality.
Once I learned to read, I read everything. I adored Kipling's Jungle Book. And then when I got older I found Lord Dunsany. He opened up a whole new world — the world of pure fantasy. Worm Ouroboros. Again, pure fantasy. Very, very fattening. And then my brother and I blundered into science fiction when I was 11 or Early Asimov , things like that.
But that didn't have too much effect on me. It wasn't until I came back to science fiction and discovered Sturgeon — but particularly Cordwainer Smith. I read the story " Alpha Ralpha Boulevard ", and it just made me go, "Wow! This stuff is so beautiful, and so strange, and I want to do something like that.
Fortunately, though extrapolation is an element in science fiction, it isn't the name of the game by any means. It is far too rationalist and simplistic to satisfy the imaginative mind, whether the writer's or the reader's. Variables are the spice of life.
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Let's say says Mary Shelley that a young doctor creates a human being in his laboratory; let's say says Philip K. Dick that the Allies lost the second world war; let's say this or that is such and so, and see what happens… In a story so conceived, the moral complexity proper to the modern novel need not be sacrificed, nor is there any built-in dead end; thought and intuition can move freely within bounds set only by the terms of the experiment, which may be very large indeed.
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