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Weekly Writer's Chat: New Session?

The Tuesday afternoon chats have quite a few attendees. We meet in The Overlook Hotel starting at 1pm Eastern time (1800 UTC) and chat for an hour or three. The current schedule is posted here. It ...
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Are questions about writers on-topic?

The What was the daily routine of Charles Bukowski like during his years at the Post Office? is closed for being about writers, not writing. However, according to What topics can I ask about here?, ...
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Tags "openings" and "first-line": merge / synonyms?

The tags openings and first-line seem to cover roughly the same thing. "First line" is a sub-category than "openings", but it's not like the broader tag sees so much use that it needs to be subdivided ...
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What should we do with the "narrative vs descriptive" question?

What are the differences between narrative and descriptive writing? has attracted a lot of low-quality answers, mostly one-liners. What should we do with this question and its answers? I'm tempted ...
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What about idle users and their questions?

There are plenty of questions around for which there have been answers proposed but apparently the poster has never looked back at it (speaking of cases where there are no accepted answers). They ...
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Are questions about book cover services on topic?

I want to ask a question about book cover services but am unsure if it is on topic or not. I don't think this is defined in the help center, yet is still kind of related to writing/publishing. If ...
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Do we need a [characterization] tag or redirect?

I was writing a question when I noticed there was no tag for characterization, only "characters", which seems to serve the same purpose. I was thinking this might be a bit confusing because &...

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