Should you "have something to say" in your book / short story / poem / screenplay? On today's show Dan addresses talks about moralization in an artist's work and how it might rob it of depth and authenticity. Also, Dan talks about Kazuo Ishiguro's new book "The Buried Giant" and James Wood's review in the New Yorker.
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