Should writers have guts? Should they be bold enough to write what they think and to accept criticism from people?
- 2 months ago
Of course.. as long as they tell the truth.. too much lying no days!
- Lv 52 months ago
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- Patrick4024Lv 72 months ago
Of course, that is what freedom of the press is all about. The right to publish what is true, whether it offends others or not.
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- 2 months ago
Many do, may be you just read the wrong sort of books.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Yes and no, depending on who's paying you to write.
If you write for a magazine, newspaper, or website, you need to write what you're told or you'll be fired. That includes writing with any bias required, whether you hold the same bias yourself or don't. (And if you write what you don't agree with for the paycheck, you should be looking for another job.)
If you're an author seeking commercial publication for your fiction, you need to follow the guidelines of potential publishers. If they don't want ****** incest, then you'd better not submit a work that includes it.
If you're an author seeking commercial publication for non-fiction, you need to be absolutely solid on your facts. If you malign anyone in a memoir, you need to run it by an attorney.
Even if you self-publish, you risk running afoul of online sellers if you violate their policies. They have every right to remove your hate-filled call for race war from their point of sale.
The bottom line is that you can write any damned thing you want only if you self-publish and sell the books from the trunk of your car--and you got the peddler's license required.
- DavidLv 72 months ago
Yes,unlike your anonymous self.
- SandyLv 72 months ago
they have to. there's a saying, to be a writer, all you have to do is sit down and open a vein. everybody who's artistic has to show their work (drawings, music, fashion design, architecture, writing) so it can be judged. you have to be good and you have to have talent. AND a thick skin...