Once someone said to me, "It's just pulp fiction." And they ought to be thankful that I have a lot of self control. In fact, I just listened to a video that talked about how genre or commercial fiction doesn't address social issues or talk about deep topics [
worse yet, it used The Hunger Games as an example]. You've probably heard similar things before. "Fiction doesn't matter because it's not real."
So here's why it does matter.
Oh, and I'm linking up with Footnotes [psst, there's about a week left if you want to join up too!].
Sorry about the video lighting and the weird audio. And my face in the still frame looks like one of those odd moments when you pause a Disney movie. . . but that's not related.
So what do you think?
And would you read a mildly ranty post on deep topics found in THG?