A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
should be used for questions about the "Three acts" structure commonly used in fiction that consists of the Setup, the Confrontation and the Resolution. Questions with this tag should deal wi…
Writing texts in a scientific or educational setting: peer-reviewed articles, theses, text books, and others. Use the tag [scientific-publishing] in addition, if relevant.
Use for questions that only relate to the accent of a character
Providing affordances for readers with disabilities.
should be used for questions about the usage of acronyms in writing, such as how acronyms should be used in academic writing or whether they have a place in fiction.
For questions about scenes and media jam-packed with fast-paced races, fights, battles and anu other commonly used action sequence.
should be used for questions that are related to technical writing in a context where you are creating manuals that are supposed to be used by administrators caring for applications or system…
Someone who represents a writer to publishers.
Used when confused about how to write from a perspective that differs from the norm in some way.
Questions about alternative history fiction, or stories based on histories that explore what might have happened if certain historical events and figures had been different. Also sometimes referred to…
should be used for questions about the writing related services that the company Amazon provides, such as questions about payment when publishing on Kindle.
It's neither here nor there.
The main person or force opposing the protagonist of the story.
should be used for questions about anthologies, such as when asking about the process of compiling an anthology or finding an agent or publisher for your anthology.
The style manual for the American Psychological Association.
Application programming interfaces (APIs) are software interfaces that expose defined functionality to developers writing programs. API documentation describes these software interfaces.
An appendix is a section of additional information as the end of a book or document. Use this tag for any questions that relate to the use of appendices, including formatting, proper usage, and how to…
Associated Press style guide questions
should be used for questions about archetypes that can be used in your writing, such as the typical hero or the typical villain. Questions with this tag could also deal with aspects or techni…
should be used for questions about the software "articy:draft" from the company Nevigo, such as questions about using certain aspects of the software for your writing or asking about how othe…
Drawings, paintings, photographs, and other art meant to illustrate writing. Use this tag for questions about the actual art used in novels, comics, or other written or scripted works, about finding …
Question regarding instructions for assembling items from pre-fabricated parts.
Atmosphere is the general "feel" of a piece, its tone and emotion - which may fit or clash with the actual events being described.
Listen up! Hey, over here!
Those for whom one writes.
for questions specifically relating to the interactions between a work of writing and its audience, including asking about how the audience will react to a particular development, how to m…
A recorded version of a written piece.
Writers' rights and rites.
For questions regarding a biography of one's self.
For questions regarding software that will automatically produce written responses within certain pre-conceived contexts.
Should be used for questions about a history or background created for a fictional character in a piece of writing.
A kind of unpaid editor.