lea
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Please vote! What should we do with questions that are no longer on-topic?
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I believe a good compromise would be to close only the no-longer-relevant questions that appear on the very first page of the "frequent" or "highly voted" questions. This based on the truism that ...

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Are "How Could" questions on topic?
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The problem as I see it is that the question has devolved into a referendum on every piece of fiction involving memory loss, that any of the users can remember off-hand. Some parameters were raised to ...

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Call for NaNoWriMo topics
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"Pushing Through", Skipping Scenes and Nonlinear Writing How to not get stuck on single scenes, or even single words. Techniques for skipping around in the narrative and still maintaining a coherent ...

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Writing.SE On-Topic summary
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Intersection of SPAG and style. Not just questions about "breaking the rules" which are (and always will be) uniquitous. Specific questions about elements of grammar or syntax that can be ...

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Story beats question - is it on-topic here?
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If you refine it, it seems to be a question about tropes specific to masquerade stories. If the question requires an answer more involved than what can be found on TV Tropes, I think it's viable.

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