In one of her most deeply felt works of fiction, Le Guin explores the dreams and sorrows of the inhabitants of Klatsand, Oregon, a beach town where ordinary people bring their dreams and sorrows for a weekend or the rest of their lives, and sometimes learn to read what the sea writes on the sand. "Searoad" is the story of a particular place that could be any place, and of a people so distinctly drawn they could be any of us.
About the Author
Ursula K. Le Guin is the winner of the Hugo, Nebula, Gandalf, Kafka, and National Book Awards. She is the author of many short stories and more than fifteen novels, including "The Left Hand of Darkness "and "The Dispossessed." She is also an honored author of children's books, poetry, and criticism.
"Like all great writers of fiction, Ursula K. Le Guin creates imaginary worlds that restore us, hearts eased, to our own."— The Boston Globe