Ursula K. Le Guin corrected the proofs of this small book just one week before her death in January 2018 at the age of 88. It is called Ursula K. Le Guin: Conversations on Writing. It began as conversations with David Naimon at a small community radio station in Portland, Oregon, where Le Guin lived. The book version of these conversations is divided into three main sections: "On Fiction," "On Poetry," and "On Nonfiction."
All three parts are interesting, though the one on poetry is on a foreign ground for me. Nothing seems out of place if you have read Le Guin's nonfiction, particularly her recent collection Words Are My Matter (2016), which is referenced often in section three.
All in all this is a pleasant coda to a long and distinguished career.