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Salem says...



I couldn't find this posted anywhere, but what are the rules/regulations/guidelines about creating a club? I was interested in either finding one or creating one for authors working toward publication but I'm not quite sure what to watch out for. Thanks!
  





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Rosendorn says...



No real guidelines for making clubs. If you want to be sure you're not repeating a club, search for a few terms to see if any matches come up, or look through the list of random clubs. But if you find a really old club on the same topic, you can either try to revive it or just make a new one. It's usually best to try and revive it, considering that there are often old threads with useful information. However, if the topics are gone (it's a bug that's been reported) and/or the creator is no longer active, then it might be best to start a new club.

It'd be nice to have a publication club again. There was one, but it's fallen victim to both the problems I just mentioned.
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