This is equally true in my fictional Fairy Kingdom. Eileen had upset the Queen with her alternative versions of Kingdom history (and Eileen pulled no punches in finding fault with the fairy royals for some of their behaviour). Eileen is also well aware it was her status as Heir Apparent that saved her from serious trouble. The Queen scuppered Eileen here to a certain extent by insisting anyone wanting to read Eileen's books (they weren't to leave the Palace) had to leave their name and address. This put people off, much to Eileen's annoyance.
So in your fictional world what role do writers play? Are they revered? Is there true freedom of expression?
And magical writing, especially spells, contain enough dangers in themselves. Just what are these? Does anyone unleash them and what are they hoping to achieve by it? There are some stories to be found in answering those questions!
My post urges people to support writing in all its different formats so how does your fictional world do this? Or is writing looked down upon?
(Oh and it is equally true in my Fairy Kingdom that the negative responses of critics do not go down well. Some things cross dimensions and realities!