Le Guin’s Old Home to Become Writer Residency

Ursula K. Le Guin, who died in 2018, once described imagination as the “single most useful tool mankind possesses. It beats the opposable thumb. I can imagine living without my thumbs, but not without my imagination.

It therefore feels right that her in Portland, Oregon is set to become a home for future writers, working to unleash their imagination and engage with the community in the best way. This plan was evidently set in motion with the input of Le Guin herself and her family will be involved.

So that’s not a bad through to begin a Friday, eh?

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