Leave Fiction To Novelists, They're Less Likely To Make It Up
January 31, 2006
When James Frey went on Oprah last week to admit he fictionalized portions of his memoir A Million Little Pieces, journalists, bloggers and other members of the reality-based community all called for higher accountability in publishing.
But what about the people who write fiction on purpose? Oregon novelist Marc Acito speaks up for the fantasy-based community.