One of the books that I picked up over the holidays as Ursula K. Le Guin's The Word for World is Forest, which I've been reading in drips and drabs this month. It's a really stunning work of fiction, and it's a book that feels all the more relevant with what the Trump administration is shaping up for when it comes to policy, particularly around environmental areas.
- Harlan Ellison, Again, Dangerous Visions. I have all three of these anthologies, and Le Guin has a short afterword to the story in my edition.
- Ursula K. Le Guin, The Language of the Night. This is a collection of essays from Le Guin, and it includes her forward to the novella.
- Larry McCaffrey, Across the Wounded Galaxies. Collection of interviews with authors, including Le Guin.
- Frank Magill, Survey of Science Fiction vol 5. This collection of critical essays is pretty essential. There's a review of this story in it by Gary K. Wolfe.
I've been lax about posting up updates for this column. Here's a couple I missed: