In my Fairy Kingdom storytellers are highly prized and the writing down of stories is considered phenomenally important. It is also considered vital to get the right version of the fairy stories down in print. Roherum leads the way in journalism, he writes his own reports, though his rival, the weatherman, rightly fears that does not say much for the quality of reporting in the magical world. Roherum insists, rightly, he is at least blazing some kind of trail.
L'Evallier, as Council Leader, keeps a written record of the Council's deliberations and the Queen keeps her own journals. The Palace Library is the "national" library and all are welcome to use it though there are some security protocols to go through before being allowed to visit. And anyone wanting to read Eileen's alternative versions of official history has to leave their name and address with the Librarian. Unsurprisingly and to Eileen's annoyance, this puts people off.
But words are considered important in my Fairy Kingdom as is anyone working with them in any way. Is this the case for your fictional world? What does it make of poets, story tellers, writers, journalists etc? You can tell a lot about any country, any world by the way it treats its writers.