Ursula K. LeGuin
Ursula Kroeber in Berkeley, Calif., Oct.
21, 1929, have won a wide audience.
Her first submitted story, to Amazing
Stories, was a science fiction story about time-travel. The
story was not accepted - but on the other hand, she was eleven
years old at the time.
She studied literature at Radcliffe, where
she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, and went on to earn her
M.A. from Columbia university, in 1952. After being awarded a
Fulbright fellowship she went to study in France. There she met
Charles Le Guin, whom she later married. They first moved to
Macon, Georgia. Mrs. Le Guin now lives in Portland, Oregon.