For fifty years, National Book Award–winner Ursula K. Le
Guin’s stories have shaped the way her readers see the world. Her work gives
voice to the voiceless, hope to the outsider, and speaks truth to power. Le
Guin’s writing is witty, wise, both sly and forthright; she is a master
This two-volume selection of almost forty stories taken from
her eleven collections was made by Le Guin herself, as was the organizing
principle of splitting the stories into the nominally realistic and fantastic.
Where on Earth focuses on Le Guin’s interest in realism and
magic realism and includes many of Le Guin’s satirical, political, and experimental
Highlights include World Fantasy and Hugo Award–winner
“Buffalo Gals, Won’t You Come Out Tonight,” the rarely reprinted satirical
short, “The Lost Children,” and the title story of her Pulitzer Prize finalist
collection, Unlocking the Air. Download and start listening now!