Today, computer programs can churn out simple, fact-based stories. But it still

Today, computer programs can churn out simple, fact-based stories. But it still takes an actual human being to tell a story that intrigues, delights, surprises, haunts and touches us at the deepest core of our being,” said my friend and author, Bill Marvel to George Getschow, co-founder of the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference.
Read Getschow’s essay HERE Then respond to the following question: Do the new media threaten to dumb down new generations of readers and writers? Why or why not?

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