Back in the day, reading speculative fiction was something young people did outside of school. Today it’s much more common to find speculative fiction books in their book bags. [grumble, grumble…these kids don’t know how good they have it…grumble, grumble] While it may be some of the same standard speculative fiction books that are assigned, there are always a great list of alternative science fiction titles that should be assigned to students.
We received an email from one student, Ryan Bonick, who is supposed to read 2 short stories for a paper he is writing. His assigned author is Ursula K. Le Guin and has a simple question that I am passing along to our readers for their opinions:
Q: What are Ursula K. Le Guin’s best short stories?
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