Ursula K. Le Guin

In 2003, she became the second woman to receive the sci-fi title of Grand Master. Her knockabout acceptance stunt was the summa of a brilliant career.
The author died at her Oregon home on Monday.
The science fiction novelist shares her thoughts on Amazon, Worldcon and the limitations of dystopia.
Wherever you look online, though, there's no specific attribution to a letter, diary, speech or book. So it might be something he never said. Doesn't it sound a bit too, well, life-affirming for Hemingway?
"We need writers who know the difference between the production of a commodity and the practice of an art." Le Guin emphasized
As the deadline of 28 January for writers to opt out of the Google book settlement approaches, Le Guin has launched a petition