To Lie for Truth’s Sake: The Novelist’s Conundrum

 

by Richard Risemberg

 

The job of a fiction writer is to lie. Still, if it were only to lie, you could dedicate yourself to advertising or politics instead and accept troubled sleep as the price for prosperity. But a fiction writer must lie to show truth, and that’s not as easy as it sounds.

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