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Butler, notes on writing, "I shall be a bestselling writer School photograph of Octavia E. Butler, ca. Butler, notes on writing, "Tell stories filled with facts Butler, notes on the Oankali, ca. Patti Perret, photograph of Octavia E. Butler seated by her bookcase, Butler, a Pasadena, Calif.

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It also highlighted specific themes that repeatedly commanded her attention. Butler was born June 22,to a maid and a shoeshine man. Her father died when she was quite young. An only child, she discovered writing very early because it suited her shy nature. The exhibition featured samples of her earliest stories.

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But it was a science fiction film called Devil Girl from Mars that inspired Butler to take on science fiction. Butler enrolled in every creative writing course she could find, including classes at Pasadena City College. In the early s, at a workshop for minority writers, she met the science fiction author Harlan Ellison, who introduced her to the Clarion Science Fiction Workshop, where Butler learned to hone her craft among other like-minded writers; it was then that she sold her first story. Following Clarion, she took odd jobs to support herself, writing in the early morning hours before work.

But the road to success was long and slow.

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On display in the exhibition was one of the s of motivational notes she frequently wrote to help herself stay focused on her goals. I write Bestselling Books…. Every day in every way I am researching and writing my award winning Best selling Books and short stories…. Everyone of my books reaches and remains for two or more months at the top of the bestseller lists…. So Be It! See To It! By the late s, she was able to make a living on her writing alone. The exhibition included examples of journal entries, photographs, and first editions of her books, including Kindredarguably her best-known work.

The book is less science fiction and more fantasy, involving an African American woman who travels back in time to the horrors of plantation life in pre-Civil War Maryland. Published inKindred continues to command widespread appeal and is regularly taught in high schools and at the university level, and is frequently chosen for community-wide reading programs and book clubs. Beyond race, Butler explored tensions between the sexes and worked to develop strong female characters, a hallmark of her writing.

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But she also challenged traditional gender identity. Bloodchildfor example, is a story about a pregnant man, and in Wild Seedthe plot develops around two shape-shifting—and sex-changing—characters, Doro and Anyanwu. The exhibition will include notes Butler made about the two characters as she worked to develop them.

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Even given the extremes of imagination, Butler sought to meticulously research the science in her fiction, traveling to the Amazon to get a firsthand look at biological diversity there in an effort to better incorporate biology, genetics, and medicine in her work. Climate change concerned her, as did politics, the pharmaceutical industry, and a variety of social issues, and she wove them all into her writing.

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By the time the collection had been processed and catalogued, scholars were already clamoring for access. In the past two years, the Octavia E. Butler archive has been used nearly 1, times—or roughly 15 times per week—making it one of the most actively researched archives at The Huntington.

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Curator Tour - Octavia E. curator Natalie Russell for a private tour of the exhibition. Conference - Octavia E. Experts studying the life and work of Octavia E. Butler explore the expansive ways in which her writing and research foster a deeper understanding of the past, present, and possible futures. Free; advanced reservations required.

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Book Discussion: Kindred July 26 Wednesday 10 a. Butler: Telling My Stories Apr. Library West Hall. Pause Next.

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