literary authors care about the art of words...
genre authors care about an engaging plot and interesting characters...
literary genre fiction does both... and the key to achieving this manifistation of new art fiction is to lose your own mind as 'being' the storyteller and becoming the narrator, and know how close the mind of the writing is to the emotion, tone, personality, intellect, rage love anger fear, and always become the insanity of the current POV character, because all subjective reality is nothing outside of the individual...
do not be yourself as an author, be the person who KNOWS the story, BE the story>>> my samples were all written over a year ago but nothing further than four years back into my aspiring authorship...
by rebekahELLE 4 years ago
Do you prefer reading literary fiction or pop fiction and can you tell us why?Do you have favorites from either genre?
by Jane Ramona Rynkiewicz Frieman 3 years ago
In my Profile on HubPages I emphasize a statement "The Best Writers of Our Time are Those Individuals Who Have Not Attained Fame and Fortune". Do you agree? Is the statement too general? Elaborate on why you think so.
by MPChris 6 years ago
Do you consider Literary Fiction to be better than Genre Fiction?In the academic world, there is often this divide between 'literary' and 'genre' fiction. Examples of this dispute can be seen with the fiction critic Harold Bloom, who criticizes everyone from Stephen King to Maya Angelou. He even...
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
I see fantasy and science fiction is a genre you are interested in. How did you first start?
by bledsoep 7 years ago
Do you think that genre fiction is more, less, or equally relevant compared to "realistic" drama?Genre fiction would include categories such as horror, sci-fi, fantasy, romance, mystery, and western, among others. "Realistic" drama is often coming-of-age stories, personal...
by Dave Henderson 6 years ago
Is "literary" still a valid category for fiction?A working definition of "literary fiction" is fiction that does not fall easily into a recognizable category (mystery, romance, science fiction, etc.). It is NOT a measure of quality. In my experience, many consider literary...
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