It certainly looks like it. The Paris Review has interviewed Ursula K. LeGuin.
The interview is worth reading for a couple of different reasons . . . well, actually, at least three.
One is that the interviewer is not somebody from inside the science fiction/fantasy community, so the interview’s questions and answers aren’t the ones that a lifetime of reading interviews in Locus and similar in-group publications has trained us to expect.
Two is that the interviewer is not someone who knows a great deal about science fiction, to put it kindly, and watching LeGuin maneuver diplomatically around the resulting areas of ignorance is a pleasure to behold.
And three, this is Ursula K. LeGuin we’re talking about. She’s always interesting, no matter who’s interviewing her and for what.