An Ursula K. Le Guin Bibliography: Other Prose Works
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- King Dog (1985)
- Capra, 1985
Other Prose Works
- The Art of Bunditsu (1993)
- Chapbook, Ygor & Buntho Make Books Press (1993)
- Findings (1992)
- Chapbook, Ox Head, 1992
- A Winter Solstice Ritual for the Pacific Northwest,
with Vonda N. McIntyre (1991)
- Chapbook, Ygor & Buntho Make Books Press (1991)
Napa: The Roots and Springs of the Valley. San
Francisco: Linden Editions, 1989. 18 pp. 3 illus. Limited edition
of 87 copies. Contents: "Where it is" (from Always Coming Home
- "Dry Creek Bed" - "Napa Valley" three photographs / by Michael
The Way of the Water's Going: Images of the Northern California
Coastal Range with Ernest Waugh and Allan (or Alan) Nicholson, nature
photographs and excerpts from Always Coming Home. 1st Ed. New York:
Harper & Row, 1989. 139 pp. chiefly ill. ISBN 0060161574: $30.
The Blind Geometer and The Return from Rainbow Bridge -
Peter Gudynas, Michael B¨o;hme, Ursula K. Le Guin, and Kim Stanley
Robinson. New York: Tom Doherty Associates, 1989.
Gifts of Blood: The Collected Stories of Susan Petrey; with
essays by Ursula Le Guin, Vonda N. McIntyre, and Kate Wilhelm. Portland,
OR: OSFCI, 1990. Also with Paul M. Wrigley and Debbie Cross.
- Texts. Denver: Zuni Press, 1990. With Gail Watson.
"Designed and printed by Gail Watson ... at the Zuni Press, Denver,
Colorado ... first appeared in American Short Fiction as part of the PEN
Syndicated Fiction Project"--Colophon. An edition of 30 copies. Consists
of 21 separate leaves tied with a ribbon. Enclosed in handmade paper over
boards with a clay tablet on front cover stamped with the title, Texts.
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