Posted on June 1, 2020 at 2:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
For some authors, adding the COVID-19 pandemic to their fiction makes logical sense — an obstacle for lovers, for instance, or the dystopia in which their characters must battle to survive.
But others are finding that the pandemic’s place in their own fiction is less obvious.
The Guardian spoke with several authors in this position, from one who changed the year in which her novel was set to 2018 to others who specified that characters underwent temperature checks in public settings.
See what other COVID-related changes authors are making in the full article.
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