Orson Scott Card is a great writer, but there has been some recent discussion about his political stance, as well as some insight as to the author's psyche (and perhaps sexuality?) informing and infusing his fiction. I liked Ender's Game when I read it several years ago, and I'm curious to see whether I'll read it differently given some new filters. I am curious as well about "Songmaster" and "A Planet Called Treason". The latter two I haven't read yet, but I expect an interesting read, given some of the commentary I've read about them.
He's written some essays, about same-sex marriage and other current political and social issues, linked below with commentary.
Orson Scott Card on The Riots of The Faithful
America's Anti-family Experiment.
The Ornery American
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Creating the Innocent Killer
Any input from fans or critics of Card are appreciated.