Orson Scott Card: Mentor, Friend, Bigot | Underwire | Wired.com
If this were fiction, there would be a clear answer. Real life is messier, the stakes higher. Complex and painful problems aren’t always offset by elegant solutions. Sometimes, there’s no right answer. Sometimes every choice means letting go of something valuable — the question isn’t “whether,” but “what.”
I’m deeply saddened that a man so full of hate wrote the first book I read with my son. Wrote a book, turned into a movie, where one of the central themes of the series is not thoughtlessly destroying what you don’t understand.