Of Novelists and Politics

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In 2015, to be an influential fiction writer means only to wield influence within a niche audience of people who are already of the same mind…

American political discussion is fond of one-note oversimplification of complex issues. So where do we make room for the nuanced discourse novelists offer? More, over at Newsweek.


Mary Allen is a writer working, crafting, and making bad puns in the San Francisco Bay Area. More from this author →