Roger Zelazny; Donald S. Grubbs, Christopher S. Kivas and Ann Crimmins (eds.): Last Exit to Babylon: The Collected Stories of Roger Zelazny, Volume 4

I reviewed sometime ago the first three volumes of the six total volumes in this set. So I figured that I was overdue to finish off my reviews of this exemplary collection of everything that this writer did save his novels. (And in a few cases, the genesis of his novels are in these volumes . . . → Read More: Roger Zelazny; Donald S. Grubbs, Christopher S. Kivas and Ann Crimmins (eds.): Last Exit to Babylon: The Collected Stories of Roger Zelazny, Volume 4

In Search of an Elegy

Cover image for Finding My Elegy, by Ursula K. Le Guin

Finding My Elegy, by Ursula K. Le Guin

I have to confess, I’ve stalled writing this review because I don’t want to think about reading any elegies for Ursula Le Guin. I’ve been reading and treasuring her books and essays and poems since I was child growing up in the ‘70s in a single-wide trailer . . . → Read More: In Search of an Elegy