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Questions about changing work from one language to another.
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Is paper going out of style? Questions about creating electronic books.
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Writing for business.
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For questions relating to the sequence of events of a novel, also known as its plot.
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Questions about blogs and blogging.
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We're just getting started.
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Questions about creating and using names.
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Questions about grammatical persons (first person, third person, etc.) and how to use them.
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Questions related to the Modern Language Association (MLA) writing and formatting style
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Questions about writing in specific genres, such as science fiction, or about genres in general.
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How to find le mot juste
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For questions about what a specific work of literature is named or should be called to identify it on the shelf.
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Writing or editing copy for the web. Questions about creating or maintaining websites are off topic here.
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Questions about the rules of grammar, and how to properly apply them to writing.
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Reaching goals, standard lengths
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the use of the ideas and words of another passed off as one's own. Issues here include similarity of work, theme, and characters. Plagiarism is not always a crime, but in academia and in…
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We can work it out.
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The style manual for the American Psychological Association.
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Someone who represents a writer to publishers.
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One dark and stormy knight, no scratch that, we can do better.
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