What a Little-Known Ursula K. Le Guin Essay Taught Me About Being a Woman
Emily Popek

In the 1960’s I knew Ursula’s mother, Theodora Kroeber, hence the “K” in Ursula’s name. Theodora lived in a great Maybeck designed house in the North Berkeley hills, next to U.C. Berkeley, and was a wonderful woman and writing in her own right.

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