Week 4

Science_fiction_women

By Friday, 25 Oct need to add 1-2 sentences new info to your Wikipedia article

21 October, Monday, 2-2:30 pm, Osher Center: Ursula K. Le Guin, “Nine Lives” (1969)

22 October: Kate Wilhelm to visit class

Wilhelm, “The Planners” (1968), Wilhelm, “The Girl Who Fell into the Sky” (1986)

Novels (for individual reviewers): Wilhelm, Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang (1977)

Recommended:

Wilhelm, “Forever Yours, Anna” (1987)

24 October

Blog Post 3 Due (Prompt: Most surprising thing you’ve come across in the archives)

Tiptree, “The Last Flight of Doctor Ain” (1969), “The Women Men Don’t See” (1973)

Novels (for individual reviewers): Tiptree, Up the Walls of the World (1978); Crown of Stars (1988)

Recommended: Julie Phillips, The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon

 

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