Ursula Le Guin: Short Stories

Selected works

Ursula K. Le Guin has written fiction and nonfiction works for audiences including children, adults, and scholars. Her most notable works are listed here.

Earthsea fantasy series[67]
  • A Wizard of Earthsea, 1968 (named to the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award list in 1979)
  • The Tombs of Atuan, 1971 (Newbery Silver Medal Award)
  • The Farthest Shore, 1972 (National Book Award)[20]
  • Tehanu: The Last Book of Earthsea, 1990 (Nebula Award;[68] Locus Fantasy Award)[69]
  • Tales from Earthsea, 2001 (short stories)
  • The Other Wind, 2001 (World Fantasy Award, 2002)[70]
Hainish science fiction series[12]
  • Rocannon's World, 1966
  • Planet of Exile, 1966
  • City of Illusions, 1967
  • The Left Hand of Darkness, 1969 (Hugo Award;[71] Nebula Award)[72]
  • The Dispossessed, 1974 (Nebula Award;[73] Hugo Award; Locus Award)[74]
  • The Word for World is Forest, 1976 (Hugo Award, best novella)
  • Four Ways to Forgiveness, 1995 (Four Stories of the Ekumen)
  • The Telling, 2000 (Locus SF Award;[75] Endeavour Award)
Miscellaneous
  • The Lathe of Heaven, 1971 (Locus SF Award)[76]
  • The Wind's Twelve Quarters, 1975
  • Orsinian Tales, 1976
  • The Eye of the Heron, 1978 (first published in the anthology Millennial Women)
  • The Beginning Place, 1980 (also published as Threshold, 1986)
  • The Compass Rose, 1982
  • Always Coming Home, 1985
  • Annals of the Western Shore, 2004-2007 (Powers, the third volume, won the Nebula Award for Best Novel)
  • Lavinia, 2008 (Locus Fantasy Award)[77]

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