Fiction and Ethics
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In light of this fall's debate, the Foreleggerforeningen invites to a seminar on fiction and ethical responsibility. What ethical requirements can we make for fiction, on behalf of people who are portrayed? What do the authors have to think through and take responsibility for - and where do publishers' responsibilities begin and end? What role will the press and reviewer play in managing ethics and developing a free and challenging fiction?
In the panel we find:
Ingunn Økland , commentator and main reviewer at Aftenposten
Kari Marstein , editorial editor of Norwegian fiction in Gyldendal
Anne Oterholm , author and member of the Cultural Council
Kristine Næs , author and head of the Literary Council of the Writers' Association
Bendik Wold , cultural editor of the Class Fight
Chairman of the board is Vilde Aurora Eriksen , literature reviewer at Minerva.
The seminar is free and open to all.