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Radical Imagination And The Left Hand of Darkness

Abstract: “Radical Imagination and The Left Hand of Darkness” considers creative practice as crucial in the process of world building. Looking to Ursula K. Le Guin as a model for imagination as a radical practice we find that the critical question is how we proceed as our failures become clear.   Imagining is a radical practice. … Continue reading Radical Imagination And The Left Hand of Darkness

Imagining a Trans World

Abstract: Le Guin’s work is well known as a foundation of feminist science fiction’s analysis of gender. But can contemporary readers understand The Left Hand of Darkness as a transgender text? To demonstrate what is gained by reading trans authors, I offer my own series of poems, Pregnancy, as an example.   Le Guin’s Thought … Continue reading Imagining a Trans World