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My main area of expertise is probably comics. I also garden a little, and have a genuine interest in finding things out, so I hope I can bring that to bear here.
I came here to look up an obscure US poet, Helen Hoyt, and since there was no entry, I created it and have been here ever since.
User:Hiding is less involved in Wikipedia than he used to be, owing to the over-officiousness of several users who have made this site no longer the enjoyable place it used to be. Whereas at one time it was a case of two steps forward, one step back - manageable, but annoying - it is now frequently one step forward, four or five steps back, with accompanying bitching, zealousness and self-glorifying bossiness. This is not what the site should be - it should be a community, with emphasis on the CO-, meaning together.
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Essays, policies & guidance
- User space essays
- Wikipedia space essays
- Wikipedia:Categorising fiction
- Wikipedia:Does deletion help
- Wikipedia:Don't delete the main page
- Wikipedia:How to write a plot summary - User:Rossami merged portions of the essay I created at Wikipedia:Plot summaries there, breaking the authorship chain
- Wikipedia:Identifying and using independent sources
- Wikipedia:Inherent notability
- Wikipedia:Notability and fiction
- Wikipedia:Plot-only description of fictional works - User:Rossami merged portions of the essay I created at Wikipedia:Plot summaries there, breaking the authorship chain
- Wikipedia:Pokémon test
- Wikipedia:There is no deadline
- Wikipedia:Throwing the towel in
- Wikipedia:What notability is not
- Wikipedia:Category names - Myself, User:Maurreen, User:Radiant! and User:Splash created this
- Wikipedia:Libel - I rescued this historical document, rewrote it and it was codified as a policy
- Wikipedia:Username policy - User:Radiant! copied in my draft from Wikipedia:Username policy/Draft
Crystal Palace Cheat Sheet
- Peskett, Roy (1969). The Crystal Palace Story. Roy Peskett Limited. ISBN 9780950103907.
- King, Ian (2012). Crystal Palace: The Complete Record 1905-2011. Derby Books Publishing Company Limited. ISBN 978-1-78091-221-9.
- Matthews, Tony, ed. (1998). We All Follow The Palace. Juma. ISBN 1-872204-55-4.
- Palace Chairmen