Doors to Other Possibilities


I think what has brought imaginative fiction, imaginative literature, back into central centrality is that so much of it is very good, and so much of it is kind of needed because of the fact that it sort of opens doors to other possibilities—and that it gives the imagination exercise. The imagination is a very important human faculty and it needs to be exercised.

Over at the Los Angeles Times, Patt Morrison talks to the legendary Ursula K. Le Guin about Comic-Con, imagination, uncertainty in life, the state of publishing, and lots more!

Stephanie Bento is a writer, classical cellist, and photographer living in Washington, DC. In her writing, she is interested in exploring the musicality of sound and form, and our connection to time and place. Find out more about her creative work at, or say hello/bonjour on Twitter @saudadebelle. More from this author →