Edited and introduced by So Mayer and Sarah Shin
Ursula K. Le Guin witnessed and contributed to many of the twentieth century’s rebellions and upheavals, including women’s liberation, the Civil Rights movement and US anti-war and environmental activism. Spanning fifty years of her life and work, Space Crone brings together Le Guin’s writings on feminism and gender for the first time, offering new insights into her imaginative, multispecies feminist consciousness: from its roots in deep ecology and philosophies of non-violence to her self-education about racism and her writing on motherhood and ageing.
“One of the literary greats of the 20th century.” Margaret Atwood
“An anarchic destabilizer of established power structures and a ferocious critic of racist and sexist narratives.” Maria Dahvana Headley
“great teacher. great spirit.” adrienne maree brown
“A crafter of fierce, focused, fertile dreams.” David Mitchell
“A deepener and clarifier of possibility.” Nicola Griffith
“A literary icon.” Stephen King