Iconic Portland Author Ursula K. Le Guin Talks Anarchy With The Paris Review

Sci-fi writer joins Faulkner and T.S. Eliot as "Art of Fiction" interviewee.


Arts & Books
The Paris Review's "The Art of Fiction" interviews are a ridiculous treasure trove—long-form interviews about the craft of writing conducted with some of the greatest authors of the past 60 years, usually American. Interview subjects in the past couple years have included Jonathan Franzen and Ann Beattie; flip the calendar back a few decades and you find Ernest Hemingway, Vladimir Nabokov, Ralph ...   More
Monday, December 9, 2013 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

David Levine Just Got Back From "Mars"

Portland science fiction writer David Levine has never been to Mars. However he was recently in Utah – which can sometimes feel as foreign as Mars. What was he doing in Utah? Living on a simulated Mars habitat of course. For two weeks last month David spent his days collecting Mars rocks and eating re-hydrated food at the Mars Desert Research Station – all for the sake of promoting ...   More
Sunday, February 14, 2010 Ari Phillips


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