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I manage a similar site. What we do is let the person, who submits a story, choose up to five genres or categories from a list of about thirty. This list was created by combining all lists of genres I could find on the net and merging rare subgenres into larger genres (e.g. splatterpunk goes into horror). Only popular subgenres are listed separately (e.g. ...


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I don't think the current state of artificial intelligence is up to the task, so I do not believe you will be able to accomplish this programmatically. Even though writers and critics throughout history have been fascinated with placing stories into categories, there still is no universally agreed upon taxonomy. Consider the stories collected by the ...


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The website maker should disallow additional tags created by the user. For example, if someone writes fiktion, the website should suggest the tag fiction as it does in StackExchange. I know this is feasible, but the coding is a bit hard (I have experience in website-making). Or when the reader types in (the inputbox) the letter f the input should suggest ...



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