"Ustopia" is either gibberish, or it's a weird half-Greek, half-English way of saying "our place" and belongs on either a country cottage or the coat of arms of an insular people or nation.
I love the way fannish minds work! The perfect answer...
I've seen plenty of arguments over whether Brave New World is a utopia or a dystopia.
But does 1984 really contain a latent utopia?
According to Atwood: ""utopia is present, though minimally, in the form of an antique glass paperweight and a little woodland glade beside a stream". I don't find this terribly persuasive.
That's not utopia, that's somewhere nice.
I _think_ from that context that she means that a dystopia isn't truly dystopian unless it contains fragments of a utopia to remind people of what they're missing.
But I could be wrong, and I think she is too :->