firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Robison
> There are three basic questions being batted around.
> First, can art be moral or immoral?
Nope. It can undoubtedly be perceived as such by the reader,
though. Morality, much like beauty, is in the eye of the
> Second, if art
> can be moral, is there an artistic imperative to make
> it so?
Nope, but that doesn't stop a writer exploring complex moral
> Third, is morality a required theme in
Nope. If someone wants to write a love story that doesn't
involve a sheep and a blowtorch, that's up to them.
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