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reviews don't really fit under the QA model that SE sites follow You're absolutely right, and that's why these reviews are being published on an off-site blog instead of on the Q&A site. Literature SE is a Q&A site, but it's also a community of people interested in literature, and there are a lot of things such a community might want to do which ...


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Yes, this sounds like a great idea ... Literature is a topic which would fit into a blog-post model better than a lot of technology-related subjects. On a Literature.SE blog, we could post up regular book reviews, as well as extended discussions of things which might not fit well into a strict Q&A format. If some of our members are going to literary ...


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List of all reviews on the Tumblr page Rachel Rising by Terry Moore, 22 July 2017, Gallifreyan The Fifth Head of Cerberus by Gene Wolfe, 12 August 2017, Rand al'Thor Good Omens, by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, 15 August 2018, Mithical The School for Good and Evil, by Soman Chainani, 10 March 2019, Mithical Milkweed, by Jerry Spinelli, 4 April 2019, ...


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I'd love to participate in submitting reviews to the blog. However, I have the following two questions before I make up my mind: Who owns the copyright to the content being published on the blog? I understand from this post on MSE that the content on SE network is licensed under "cc-wiki with attribution required". Does that also apply to the community-run ...


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