Science fiction writer, Vonda McIntyre, died last week at the age of seventy.
Blog post about her work here
I’ve had her novel Dreamsnake on my bookshelf for years. I must get around to reading it.
Ursula Le Guin’s final collaborator, David Naimon, joins LARB podcasters to talk about his new book, Ursula K. Le Guin: Conversations on Writing, and his experience of working with Le Guin during the last years of her life.
What a life he lived. I just thought I’d post one of my favourite performances. Here he is singing ‘Mr Midnight’ in cult musical Captain Invincible.
A little round-up of posts about Leslie Feinberg who sadly passed away this week at the age of 65. It’s only through the immense courage of people like Feinberg that our own lives have become possible. We should remember them with honour and gratitude.
An obituary here, but she will always be remembered by lesbians for her role as the cigar-eating, horse-frightening femme, Childie, in The Killing of Sister George.
A great actor who died yesterday at the age of 64.