88. (April-May 2020) Always Coming Home by Ursula K. LeGuin
Hope everyone is staying well.
Well, this is a book about the Kesh. It has heavily influenced my play, but I am not sure what genre it is, even though it is fiction. I find I make a lot of comparisons to PKD that I have read, even though he and UKLG are quite different writers. Looking forward to hearing what it invokes and evokes among and from us.
There are a few editions of this book. I have the LoA edition, but I think that any will do. There are extensions and post mortem releases, feel free to discuss wehat they contribute as well. This had a whole multimedia aspect as well - there is an album of electronic music that goes with it. Very of the time. As far as I am aware there were no figurines though.
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[NOTE: GIVEN THIS IS A LONGER BOOK, WE'LL READ THIS BOOK AT THE END OF MAY - Apocryphal]