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An Ursula K. Le Guin Bibliography: Short Stories

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Collections:

The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
subtitled: Seventeen stories of fantastic adventure
Hardcover edition published by Harper & Row, 1975; Bantam 1976; First HarperPaperbacks printing, April 1991; published in Spanish as Las Doce Morada's Del Viento by Edhasa: 1985 (ISBN 8435020681); First HarperPrism printing, Jan. 1995 (ISBN 0-06-105605-7) (Cover illustration by Danilo Ducak)

Includes Foreword, "Semley's Necklace," "April in Paris," "The Masters," "Darkness Box," "The Word of Unbinding," "The Rule of Names," "Winter's King," "The Good Trip," "Nine Lives," "Things," "A Trip to the Head," "Vaster than Empires and More Slow," "The Stars Below," "The Field of Vision," "Direction of the Road," "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas," and "The Day Before the Revolution."

Orsinian Tales (1976)
Harper & Row, Oct. 1976; 2d printing, Nov. 1976; Bantam Ed., Sept. 1977 (ISBN 0-553-10705-4); published in Spanish as Paises Imaginarios (Edhasa: 1985; ISBN 8435007618)

Includes "The Fountains," "The Barrow," "Ile Forest," "Conversations at Night," "The Road East," "Brothers and Sisters," "A Week in the Country," "An die Musik," "The House," "The Lady of Moge," and "Imaginary Countries."

The Compass Rose: Short Stories (1982)
Limited first edition copublished with Pendragon Press & Underwood-Miller, 1982; Harper & Row edition published July 1982; Featured Alternate of Doubleday Book Club, and a Selection of Science Fiction Book Club, October / November 1982; Bantam (paperback) edition, July 1983 (ISBN 0-553-23512-5) (cover art, Yvonne Gilbert, © 1983).

Includes: Preface; Nadir: "The Author of the Acacia Seeds," "The New Atlantis," "Schrödinger's Cat"; North: "Two Delays on the Northern Line," "SQ," "Small Change"; East: "The First Report of the Shipwrecked Foreigner to the Kadanh of Derb," "The Diary of the Rose," "The White Donkey," "The Phoenix"; Zenith: "Intracom," "The Eye Altering," "Mazes," "The Pathways of Desire"; West: "Gwilan's Harp," "Malheur County," "The Water Is Wide"; South: "The Wife's Story," "Some Approaches to the Problem of the Shortage of Time," and "Sur."

Buffalo Gals and Other Animal Presences (1987)
Short stories and poetry

Capra 1987; NAL 1988; First Plume Printing, Sept., 1988 (ISBN 0-452-26480-4).

Includes Introduction; "Come Into Animal Presence" by Denise Levertov; I. "Buffalo Gals, Won't You Come Out Tonight"; II. "Three Rock Poems," "The Basalt," "Flints," "Mt. St Helens / Omphalos"; III. "'The Wife's Story' and 'Mazes,'" "Mazes," "The Wife's Story"; IV. Five Vegetable Poems; "Torrey Pines Reserve," "Lewis and Clark and After," "West Texas," "Xmas Over," "The Crown of Laurel"; V. "'The Direction of the Road' and 'Vaster Than Empires,'" "The Direction of the Road," "Vaster Than Empires and More Slow"; VI. Seven Bird and Beast Poems," "What is Going on in the Oaks," "For Ted," "Found Poem," "Totem," "Winter Downs," "The Man Eater," "Sleeping Out"; VII. "'The White Donkey' and 'Horse Camp,'" "The White Donkey," "Horse Camp"; VIII. "Four Cat Poems," "Tabby Lorenzo," "Black Leonard in Negative Space," "A Conversation With a Silence"; "For Leonard, Darko, and Burton Watson"; IX. "'Schrödinger's Cat' and 'The Author of the Acacia Seeds,'" "Schrödinger's Cat," "The Author of the Acacia Seeds and Other Extracts from the Journal of Therolinguistics"; X. "'May's Lion,'" "May's Lion"; XI. "Rilke's 'Eighth Duino Elegy' and 'She Unnames Them,'" "The Eighth Elegy, from the Duino Elegies of R.M. Rilke," and "She Unnames Them."

Searoad: Chronicles of Klatsand (1991)
HarperCollins 1991; paperback 1992

Includes "Foam Women, Rain Women," "The Ship Ahoy," "Hand, Cup, Shell," "Geezers," "In and Out," "Bill Weisler," "True Love," "Sleepwalkers," "Quoits," "Crosswords," "Texts," and "Hernes."

A Fisherman of the Inland Sea: Science Fiction Stories (1994)
© 1994. First HarperPrism printing: Nov. 1994 (ISBN 0-06-105200-0) (interior illustrations by Michael Storrings; jacket illustration © 1994 Kirk Reinert); paperback 1995.
Shortlisted for 1994 Tiptree Award.

Includes: "Introduction"; "The First Contact with Gorgonids"; "Newton's Sleep"; "The Ascent of the North Face"; "The Rock That Changed Things"; "The Kerastion"; "The Shobies' Story"; "Dancing to Ganam"; "Another Story" or "A Fisherman of the Inland Sea"

Four Ways to Forgiveness (1995) (4 intercollected novellas; a "story suite" as Le Guin calls it in The Birthday of the World)
Harper Prism, 1995; first printing, Sept. 1995 (ISBN 0-06-105234-5 hardcover); paperback 1996.

Includes: "Betrayals"; "Forgiveness Day"; "A Man of the People"; "A Woman's Liberation"; Notes on Werel and Yeowe.

Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
HarperCollins, 1996 (ISBN 0-06-017260-6).

Includes "Half Past Four"; "The Professor's Houses"; "Ruby on the 67"; "Limberlost"; "The Creatures on My Mind"; "Standing Ground"; "The Spoons in the Basement"; "Sunday in Summer in Seatown"; "In the Drought"; "Ether, OR"; "Unlocking the Air"; "A Child Bride"; "Climbing to the Moon"; "Daddy's Big Girl"; "Findings"; "Olders"; "The Wise Woman"; and "The Poacher."

Tales from Earthsea (2001)
First Edition, Harcourt (ISBN 0-15-100561-3)

Includes "Foreword," "The Finder," "Darkrose and Diamond," "The Bones of the Earth," "On the High Marsh," "Dragonfly," and "A Description of Earthsea."

The Birthday of the World and Other Stories (2002)
First Edition, HarperCollins 2002 (ISBN 0-06-621253-7 hardcover)

Includes: Foreword, "Coming of Age in Karhide," "The Matter of Seggre," "Unchosen Love," "Mountain Ways," "Solitude," "Old Music and the Slave Women," "The Birthday of the World," and "Paradises Lost."

Story Index:

A new story in Redshift ...

"Along the River"
in Ellen Datlow's Omni: Best Science Fiction Three (1993)
"An die Musik"
first appeared in The Western Humanities Review,, V. XV, No. 3, Summer 1961; republished in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"Another Story" or "A Fisherman of the Inland Sea"
© 1994; first appeared in Tomorrow; republished in A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994)
"April in Paris"
originally published in Fantastic, 1962; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975) ("This is the first story I ever got paid for; the second story I ever got published; and maybe the thirtieth or fortieth story I wrote." (The Wind's Twelve Quarters page 31))
"The Ascent of the North Face"
© 1983; first appeared in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine; republished in Space of Her Own, edited by Shawna McCarthy (1983); republished in A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994)
"'The Author of the Acacia Seeds' and Other Extracts from The Journal of the Association of Therolinguistics"
© 1974; first appeared in Fellowship of the Stars, edited by Terry Carr (Simon & Schuster); republished in Buffalo Gals (1987); republished in Through Other Eyes: Animal Stories by Women, edited by Irene Zahava (Crossing Press: 1988); republished in The Compass Rose (1982)

"The Barrow"
first appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, October 1976; republished in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"Betrayals"
© 1994; first appeared in Blue Motel; republished in Four Ways to Forgiveness (1995)
"Bill Weisler"
© 1990; first appeared in The Kenyon Review v. ns12 (Fall 1990) pages 146-154; republished in Searoad (1991).
"The Birthday of the World"
© 2000; first appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, v. 98, no. 6 (June 2000); republished in The Birthday of the World
"The Bones of the Earth"
© 2001; first appeared in Tales from Earthsea (2001)
"Brothers and Sisters"
in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"Buffalo Gals, Won't You Come Out Tonight?"
© 1987; first appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Nov. 1987; published in Buffalo Gals and Other Animal Presences (1987); released as a graphic novel (1994).
Hugo-award winner, 1988, novelette category

"A Child Bride"
© 1987; first appeared in Terry's Universe under the title "Kore 87"; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"Climbing to the Moon"
© 1992; first appeared in American Short Fiction; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"Coming of Age in Karhide"
© 1995; first appeared in New Legends, edited by Greg Bear with Martin Greenberg (Legend Books, an imprint of Random House); republished in The Birthday of the World (2002)
"Conversations at Night"
in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"The Creatures on My Mind"
© 1990; first appeared in Harper's; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"Crosswords"
© 1990; first appeared in The New Yorker v. 66 (July 30 1990), pages 33-36; republished in Searoad (1991)

"Daddy's Big Girl"
© 1987; first appeared in Omni v. 9 (January 9 1987), pages 48-50+; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"Dancing to Ganam"
© 1993; first appeared in Amazing; republished in A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994)
"Darkness Box"
originally published in Fantastic, 1963; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
"Darkrose and Diamond"
© 1999; first appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction republished in Tales from Earthsea (2001)
"The Day Before the Revolution"
originally published in Galaxy, 1974; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975); reprinted in Pamela Sargent's More Women of Wonder
nominated for Hugo Award, 1975, short story category; won Nebula Award, 1974, for short story
"The Diary of the Rose"
© 1976; first appeared in Future Power, edited by Jack Dann and Gardner R. Dozois (Random House, New York: 1976); republished in Dozois' Sixth Annual Best Science Fiction Stories of the Year; republished in The Compass Rose (1982)
nominated for Hugo Award, 1977, novelette category
"The Direction of the Road"
© 1974; first appeared in Orbit 14, edited by Damon Knight (1974); reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975); republished in Buffalo Gals (1987)
"Dowry of the Angyar"
originally published in Amazing, 1964; reprinted as "Semley's Necklace" in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975); "Angyar" had a grammatical error by the editor in the original publiciation
"Dragonfly"
© 1997; first appeared in Legends: Short Novels by the Masters of Modern Fantasy, edited by Robert Silverberg (Tor, 1998); republished in Tales from Earthsea (2001)
excerpt on the Tor Legends website

"The End"
first published in Orbit 6, 1970; later published as "Things" in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
"Ether, OR"
© 1995; first appeared in Asimov's; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"The Evil Eye"
Seventeen v. 43 (September 1984), pages 192-193+
"The Eye Altering"
© 1976; first appeared in The Altered I, edited by Lee Harding (Norstrilla Press); republished in The Compass Rose (1982)

"The Field of Vision"
originally published as "Field of Vision" in Galaxy, 1973; reprinted as "The Field of Vision" in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
"The Finder"
© 2001; first appeared in Tales from Earthsea (2001)
"Findings"
© 1992; first appeared as a chapbook from Ox Head Press; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
Ox Head Press: "This miniature chapbook was printed...in an edition of 450 copies in softcover and 26 copies in hardcovers. The hardcover copies are lettered A to Z and are signed by the author." Series: Minnesota Miniatures number 26. 11 pages. 1992.
"The First Contact with Gorgonids"
© 1991; first appeared in Omni (New York, NY) v. 14 (Jan. 1992), pp. 50-52; republished in A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994)
"The First Report of the Shipwrecked Foreigner to the Kadanh of Derb"
© 1978; first appeared in Antaeus; republished in The Compass Rose (1982)
"A Fisherman of the Inland Sea" or "Another Story"
© 1994; first appeared in Tomorrow; republished in A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994)
"The Fountains"
in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"Forgiveness Day"
© 1994; first appeared in Asimov's; collected in Four Ways to Forgiveness (1995); anthologized in Flying Cups and Saucers (1998)
nominated for 1995 Hugo, novella category; 1994 Tiptree Award Short List.

"Geezers"
© 1991; first appeared in The Missouri Review; republished in Searoad (1991)
"The Good Trip"
originally published in Fantastic 1970; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
"Gwilan's Harp"
© 1977; first appeared in Redbook; republished in limited edition by Lord John Press: June 1981 (ISBN 0935716114); republished in The Compass Rose (1982)

"Half Past Four"
© 1987; first appeared in The New Yorker v. 63 (September 28 1987), pages 34-44+; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"Hand, Cup, Shell"
© 1989; first appeared in Southwest Review v. 74 (Autumn 1989) pages 466-487; republished in Searoad (1991).
"Horse Camp"
© 1986; The New Yorker v. 62 (August 25 1986) pages 22-23; republished in Buffalo Gals (1987)
"The House"
in Orsinian Tales (1976)

"Ile Forest"
in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"Imaginary Countries"
first appeared in The Harvard Advocate; republished in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"In the Drought"
© 1993; first appeared in Xanadu II; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"In and Out"
© 1989; first published in The New Yorker v. 64 (January 16 1989), pages 30-35; republished in Searoad (1991)
"Intracom"
© 1974; first appeared in Stopwatch, edited by George Hay (New English Library); republished in The Compass Rose (1982)

"The Kerastion"
© 1990; first appeared in Westercon 1990 Program Book; republished in A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994)
"King Dog"
Capra Back-to-Back Series, with Raymond Carver & Tess Gallagher, "Dostoyevsky (The Screenplay)" (Fall 1985)
"Kore 87"
published in Terry's Universe (1987); republished as "A Child Bride" in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)

"The Lady of Moge"
in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"Limberlost"
© 1989; first appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review v. 28 (Winter 1989) p. 63-70; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)

"Malheur County"
© 1979; first appeared in Kenyon Review; republished in The Compass Rose (1982)
"A Man of the People"
© 1995; first appeared in Asimov's; republished in Four Ways to Forgiveness (1995)
nominated for 1996 Hugo, novella category
"The Masters"
originally published in Fantastic 1963; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
"The Matter of Seggri"
© 1994; originally published in Crank #3, Spring 1994; anthologized in Flying Cups and Saucers, 1998; collected in The Birthday of the World (2002).
Co-winner of the 1994 James Tiptree Jr. Memorial Award; nominated for 1995 Hugo, novelette category
"May's Lion"
© 1983; first appeared in The Little Magazine, Vol. 14, combined Nos. 1 & 2; republished in Buffalo Gals (1987)
"Mazes"
© 1975; first appeared in Epoch, edited by Roger Elwood & Robert Silverberg (Berkley Publishing Corp.); republished in The Compass Rose (1982); republished in Buffalo Gals (1987)
"Mountain Ways"
© 1996; first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, v. 20, no. 8 (Aug. 1996); republished in The Birthday of the World (2002)
nominated for 1997 Hugo, novelette; co-winner 1996 Tiptree Award.

"The New Atlantis"
© 1975; first appeared in The New Atlantis, edited by Robert Silverberg (Hawthorn 1975; Warner Books 1976); republished in The Compass Rose (1982); republished 1989 as a chapbook; republished by Tor, Sept. 1989, ISBN 0812500105 in a double edition with Kim Stanley Robinson's The Blind Geometer; republished in The Norton Book of Science Fiction
nominated for Hugo Award, 1976, novelette category
"Newton's Sleep"
© 1991; first appeared in Full Spectrum 3; republished in A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994)
"Nine Lives"
© 1969; originally published in PLAYBOY Magazine in 1968 or 1969 under U. K. Le Guin with "a good many minor changes in the story" (Le Guin, The Wind's Twelve Quarters);
substantially revised version appeared in World's Best Science Fiction: 1970, edited by Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carr; that version reprinted in Those Who Can: A Science Fiction Reader, in the "Theme: To Mean Intensely" section, edited by Robin Scott Wilson (New American Library: New York, 1973);
Le Guin's version republished in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975);
republished by Pulphouse Pub: March 1992 (ISBN 156146550X)

"Old Music and the Slave Women"
© 1999; first appeared in Far Horizons, edited by Robert Silverberg (Avon Eos); republished in The Birthday of the World (2002)
"Olders"
© 1995; first appeared in Omni; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"On the High Marsh"
© 2001; first appeared in Tales from Earthsea (2001)
"The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas"
originally published in New Dimensions 3, 1973; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975); republished by Creative Education: April 1997 (ISBN 0886825016, 32 pp.)
Won Hugo Award for Short Story, 1974

"The Pathways of Desire"
© 1979; first appeared in New Dimensions 9, edited by Robert Silverberg (Harper & Row); republished in The Compass Rose (1982)
"Phoenix"
© 1982; first appeared in The Compass Rose (1982); recorded by Judith Walcutt (1995) in "Ursula K. Le Guin's 'The Phoenix' and Gish Jen's 'The Water Faucet Vision'" (LodeStone Media, 1995)
"The Poacher"
© 1992; first appeared in Xanadu; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"The Professor's Houses"
© 1982; first appeared in The New Yorker; reprinted in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)

"Quoits"
© 1991; first appeared in The Southern Review (Baton Rouge, LA), v. 27 (Summer 1991), pages 585-594; republished in Searoad

"The Road East"
in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"The Rock That Changed Things"
© 1992; first appeared in Amazing; republished in A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994)
"Ruby on the 67"
© 1996; published in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"The Rule of Names"
originally published in Fantastic 1964; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters, 1975. (setting further developed with Earthsea trilogy)

Schrödinger's Cat"
© 1974; first appeared in Universe 5, edited by Terry Carr (Random House); republished in The Compass Rose (1982); republished in Buffalo Gals (1987)
"Semley's Necklace"
written 1963; originally published as "Dowry of the Angyar" in 1964 in Amazing; published as Prologue of Rocannon's World in 1966; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
"She Unnames Them"
© 1985; The New Yorker v. 60 (January 21 1985), page 27; republished in Hear the Silence edited by Irene Zahava (1986), pages 192-194; republished in Buffalo Gals (1987).
"The Ship Ahoy"
© 1987; first appeared in The New Yorker v. 63 (November 2 1987), pages 40-45; republished in Searoad (1991)
"The Shobies' Story"
© 1990; first appeared in Universe; republished in A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994); audio recording, narrated by Amy Bruce (Audiotext: Jan. 1998 (ISBN 1884612091))
"Sleepwalkers"
© 1991; first appeared in Mississippi Mud; republished in Searoad (1991)
"Small Change"
© 1981; first appeared in Tor zu den Sternen, edited by Peter Wilfert (Goldmann Verlag); republished in The Compass Rose (1982)
"Solitude"
© 1994; first appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, v. 87, no. 6 (Dec. 1994); republished in The Birthday of the World
1996 Nebula winner for "novelette"; nominated for 1995 Hugo, novelette category
"Some Approaches to the Problem of the Shortness of Time"
© 1979; first appeared in abridged form under the title "Where Does the Time Go?" in Omni; republished in The Compass Rose (1982)
"The Spoons in the Basement"
© 1982; first appeared in The New Yorker; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"SQ"
© 1978; first appeared in Cassandra Rising, edited by Alice Laurance (Doubleday); republished in The Compass Rose (1982)
"Standing Ground"
© 1992; first appeared in Ms. v. 3 (July / August 1992), pages 52-58.; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"The Stars Below"
originally published in Orbit 12, 1973; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
"Sunday in Summer in Seatown"
© 1995; first appeared in 13th Moon; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"Sur"
© 1982; first appeared in The New Yorker; republished in The Compass Rose (1982); anthologized in The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women, edited by Sandra M. Gilbert & Susan Gubar (Norton: 1985, pp. 2007-2022).
nominated for Hugo Award, 1983, short story category

"Texts"
© 1990; first appeared in American Short Fiction by permission of PEN Syndication Fiction Project; republished in Searoad (1991)
"Things"
first published in Orbit 6, 1970, as "The End"; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
"Time in the Valley"
The Hudson Review v. 37 (Winter 1984/1985), pages 537-548
"A Trip to the Head"
originally published in Quark 1 1970; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975)
"True Love"
© 1991; first appeared in Indiana Review; republished in Searoad (1991)
"Two Delays on the Northern Line"
© 1979; first appeared in The New Yorker; republished in The Compass Rose (1982)

"Unchosen Love"
© 1994; first appeared in Amazing Stories, v. 69, no. 2 (Fall 1994); republished in The Birthday of the World (2002)
"Unlocking the Air"
© 1990; first appeared in Playboy; republished in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)

"Vaster Than Empires and More Slow"
© 1971; originally published in New Dimensions 1, edited by Robert Silverberg (1971); republished in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975); republished in Buffalo Gals (1987)
nominated for Hugo Award, 1972, short story category
"The Visionary: The Life Story of Flicker of the Serpentine"
Omni (New York, NY) v. 7 (October 1984) pages 100-102+; Capra Press: Santa Barbara, 1984 (ISBn 0884962199), Capra Back-to-Back Series, with Scott R. Sanders "Wonders Hidden: Audobon's Early Years"; illustrated by Margaret Chodos;

"The Water is Wide"
© 1976; first appeared as a chapbook in 1976 by Pendragon Press (Portland, OR: Pendragon Press, 1976) (16 pp.; illus.; ISBN 0914010034); republished in The Compass Rose (1982)
"A Week in the Country"
first appeared in The Little Magazine, v. 9, no. 4 (Spr. 1976); republished in Orsinian Tales (1976)
"Where Does the Time Go?"
© 1979; first appeared in Omni; longer version published in The Compass Rose (1982) under the title "Some Approaches to the Problem of the Shortness of Time"
"White Donkey"
© 1980; first appeared in TriQuarterly (Fall 1980); republished in The Compass Rose (1982); republished in Buffalo Gals (1987)
"The Wife's Story"
© 1982; first appeared in The Compass Rose, with the note, "was written for the anthology Changes, edited by Michael Bishop and Ian Watson; their forebearance is much appreciated by the author"; republished in Buffalo Gals (1987); republished in Women Who Run With the Werewolves, edited by Pam Keesey (1996).
"The Wild Girls"
(2002 Asimov's?)
"Winter's King"
originally published in Orbit 5, 1969; republished in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975). (setting further developed in The Left Hand of Darkness)
nominated for Hugo Award, 1970, short story category
"The Wise Woman"
© 1995; first broadcast on The Sound of Writing; printed in Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996)
"A Woman's Liberation"
© 1995; first appeared in Asimov's; republished in Four Ways to Forgiveness (1995);
nominated for 1996 Hugo, novella category; republished in A Woman's Liberation (Connie Willis & Sheila Williams, editors, Warner, 2001)
"The Word of Unbinding"
originally published in Fantastic 1964; reprinted in The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975). (setting further developed in Earthsea trilogy)

"Young Woman in a Garden"
in Asimov's

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