Riverbank

2 months ago
Cover art for “The Left Hand of Darkness” by Ursula LeGuin. The book was published in 1969 and won both the Hugo and Nebula Awards for best science fiction novel. LeGuin (1929-2018) was a pioneer for woman authors in the previously male-dominated world of science fiction.

Riverbank

2 months ago
The book was also groundbreaking in content, dealing with gender fluidity and race relations and how these shape a culture. “The Left Hand of Darkness” is considered one of the 10 most influential science fiction novels of the 20th century, ranked along with “Dune” and “Childhood’s End.”

Laurice

2 months ago
Outstanding artwork 🖼

Riverbank

2 months ago
This one’s for my friend @Glitterspray, who has showcased cover art from the Earthsea saga, LeGuin’s equally influential work of fantasy.

Lynn M

2 months ago
Wow, fascinating!

old lady2 (Renee)

2 months ago
This is phenomenal my friend. Thank you for sharing the story behind it. It makes more beautiful.

Cali Grammy 😎🌞🇺🇸🥂😎

2 months ago
awesome 💎💎💎💎💎

Pamela

2 months ago
@Riverbank Fabulous

Tee H

2 months ago
Amazing! I’ve never read this book 📚

Cathleen 🌸💕💖

2 months ago
Stunning artwork

💕Kunjan💕

2 months ago
Gorgeous

Kim G. J.

2 months ago
Phenomenal!

KarenMay

2 months ago
Magnificent ❣️❣️❣️

Glitterspray

2 months ago
I always thought this was an awesome cover! Every time I read this novel I think more deeply about the concepts. Such a brilliant way to present them. And once again Le Guin is very ambiguous about who’s “good” and who’s “bad.” I’ve read it about six times!

Glitterspray

2 months ago
@Tee H 👆🏼👆🏼👆🏼

LdyLilBit

2 months ago
excellent

Carole❤️💫🍃❤️

2 months ago
Phenomenal!❤️

Lisa Dawn

2 months ago
👍🏽👍🏽

Debbie Wells

2 months ago
This is fantastic 💛

Tasha 💖💖🎀🎀💅🏾💅🏾

2 months ago
Beautiful