Thursday, April 19, 2012

No Trespassing


"[George. R.R.] Martin has always been against fan-fiction, which must be a little sad for the fan-fiction writers out there, seeing as how very many delicious characters he has created. He writes, 'Every writer needs to learn to create his own characters, worlds, and settings. Using someone else’s world is the lazy way out.' But more importantly, in a very articulate and informative explanation on the legal and monetary problems with fan fiction, he explains, 'My characters are my children … I don’t want people making off with them, thank you. Even people who say they love my children. I’m sure that’s true, I don’t doubt the sincerity of the affection, but still… No one gets to abuse the people of Westeros but me.'”
— Emily Temple, FLAVORWIRE

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