Ursula K. Le Guin

Standard Name: Le Guin, Ursula K.
Birth Name: Ursula Kroeber
Used Form: Ursula Le Guin
Pseudonym: U. K. Le Guin
Pseudonym: Mom de Plume
American author of more than twenty novels (some intended for young adults), a dozen volumes of poetry, many collections of stories and essays, thirteen children's books, five translations, and a how-to book about writing. UKLG was admired internationally for her game-changing contributions to the predominantly masculine genre of science fiction. Her book publication spans 1966 to 2017.
New York Times. New York Times Company.
She was immensely prolific and often reprinted and re-issued, so that her bibliography is intricate and complex.
Colour photo of Ursula K. Le Guin, standing in a bookshop, apparently reading from papers in her hand, resting the other hand on a table. She has short grey hair and wire-rimmed glasses, and is wearing black pants, a white shirt, and a black vest.
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