Ursula LeGuin, writer and revolutionary, died on Monday, 22 January, at age 88. She died at home in Portland, Oregon. Here are a couple of wonderful reflections about her life and farther below is the remarkable address she gave at the National Book Award ceremony in 2014.
Ursula LeGuin’s understated, radical address at the National Book Award ceremony this week on the commodification of literature. What is the nature of freedom?