Today we’ve lost worlds, filled with people…

I’m very sad to hear the news today that Ursula K. Le Guin has passed away. She is one of the most sublime wordsmiths you will ever read. Period. She made the English language beautiful, and her stories are more vivid than reality, and often hold more truth. Her creativity was singular. We’ve lost today not just a skilled author, but worlds, filled with people. Pick up “A Wizard of Earthsea” today. Read it. Weep, for her loss, but also at her words. After all, she would tell you: words contain magic.


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