Does digital publishing mean the death of the author? We used to know what it took to be a writer – you had to publish a book. But electronic publishing is piling pressure on myths of the author's life. by Richard Lea theguardian.com

Does digital publishing mean the death of the author?

Does digital publishing mean the death of the author? We used to know what it took to be a writer – you had to publish a book. But electronic publishing is piling pressure on myths of the author's life. by Richard Lea theguardian.com

PLEASE READ THIS COMMENT!!!! I think this is inaccurate. Authors develop emotional attachments to their characters just like the readers. In a way, the author has to deal with more sadness from the death of a character than a reader does. An author envisions a life for their character, and it's painful to give them up. Authors HATE killing their characters. It's much harder for an author to kill a character in their novel than people like to imagine.

PLEASE READ THIS COMMENT!!!! I think this is inaccurate. Authors develop emotional attachments to their characters just like the readers. In a way, the author has to deal with more sadness from the death of a character than a reader does. An author envisions a life for their character, and it's painful to give them up. Authors HATE killing their characters. It's much harder for an author to kill a character in their novel than people like to imagine.

Authorial Intent And "The Death Of The Author"

Authorial Intent & "The Death of the Author"

Death of the Author, revisited: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2010/jan/13/death-of-the-author#

In theory: The Death of the Author

Death of the Author, revisited: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2010/jan/13/death-of-the-author#

Death of the Author

Death of the Author (Paperback)

Prompt | Dialogue | Writing | Inspiration | Read | Starter | Conversation | TFR’s Writing Prompts | Number 103 | Novel | Story | Writers Corner

TFR’s Writing Prompts No. 101-105

Prompt | Dialogue | Writing | Inspiration | Read | Starter | Conversation | TFR’s Writing Prompts | Number 103 | Novel | Story | Writers Corner

No joke, I was actually crying rereading this and my day just got a lot sadder

No joke, I was actually crying rereading this and my day just got a lot sadder

The Ghost Of V.C. Andrews: The Life, Death, And Afterlife Of The Mysterious "Flowers In The Attic" Author

The Ghost Of V.C. Andrews: The Life, Death, And Afterlife Of The Mysterious "Flowers In The Attic" Author

At age an unknown, wheelchair-bound writer from Virginia published a gothic teen-horror classic and became a phenomenon.

THANK YOU FOR THE TEARS I WILL USE THESE AS GREAT GUIDE LINES FOR UPCOMING STORIES THAT WILL PROBABLY NEVER HAPPEN AS A HEAVY PROCRASTINATOR

THANK YOU FOR THE TEARS I WILL USE THESE AS GREAT GUIDE LINES FOR UPCOMING STORIES THAT WILL PROBABLY NEVER HAPPEN AS A HEAVY PROCRASTINATOR

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