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Feb
22
reviewed Approve Criteria for a good screenplay
Feb
22
reviewed Leave Open Federal Research Book with 2 Publishers?
Feb
22
comment Any advice on how to learn DITA for technical writing?
I think this question is about programming, not writing. What do our tech writers think? Leave this open or close it?
Feb
22
reviewed Leave Open Note taking from a textbook and publishing the notes online
Feb
22
reviewed Leave Open Referencing figure in text - capitalize the word “Figure” or not? Why?
Feb
16
comment Humor in Writting
As written, this is an extremely broad question. You might consider looking at our site tour if you need clarification on this. I'm placing this question on hold for now, but if you have specific questions about humor that aren't covered elsewhere on the site, feel free to edit this question or open another one.
Feb
16
revised How to write a conversation
edited tags, grammar, clarity, flow
Feb
12
revised How do I choose the most appropriate font for a professional document?
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Feb
12
comment Note taking from a textbook and publishing the notes online
@what While I disagree with the meta thread that decided this, legal questions are on-topic here.
Feb
12
revised How do I choose the most appropriate font for a professional document?
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Feb
10
comment Book Title Generator that takes input?
I want to read the novel Sword Cake.
Feb
7
revised Citation anniversary editions
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Feb
7
comment Fantasy - chapter length
Relevant, possibly a duplicate: What is a normal length for a chapter?
Feb
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reviewed No Action Needed What science fiction sub-genre is my novel?
Feb
4
comment When is it okay to tell?
"Show, don't tell" applies to narrative writing as well. While it's true that modern writing has been heavily influenced by movies and TV, that doesn't mean that reducing exposition is a bad idea.
Feb
2
comment Is sending your characters back to a different century a good way to disguise them?
I'm not sure if this is an opinion-based question that'd be better off on a writing discussion forum than here, or a brilliant writing question for this site. Either way, I'm looking forward to the answers!
Jan
31
revised How to keep going after a failed project?
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Jan
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Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the meaning of a cancelled publication in conference?
Jan
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reviewed Close How to decide whether contract “had”, “did”, and “would”?