SciFi-preneurship Episode 6: Le Guin part 1

Ursula K. Le Guin is one of science fiction’s most influential writers. Her science fiction philosophy is one that underscores the entire SciFi-preneurship series, which is that science fiction was is meant descriptive rather than predictive. Additionally, her writing tends to be more inclusive of different gender and sexual identity expressions than many of her contemporaries, allowing for a broader representation of characters with whom readers can identify.

Show notes

Intro with Phil Libin and Brittney Gallagher 

Brittney Gallagher hosts Digital Culture LA, a show about future science and technology. 


Conversation with Veronica Belmont

Veronica is a Product Manager at Adobe Spark and host of the Sword and Laser podcast.


Conversation with Sophia Brueckner

Sophia is artist and computer scientist. She is also a professor at the University of Michigan where she teaches Sci-Fi Prototyping, a class on building prototypes inspired by sci-fi and technology ethics.


Conversation with Emily Dean

Emily is a writer and director whose 2018 film Andromeda portrays an android who gains sentience.


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