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The wikia's About page:
What is the Library?
The Library, as our site is so named, is an archival structure for various fiction stories, including but not limited to fanfiction, creepypasta, and works in the Public Domain. We seek to archive and hold many fiction works by various authors.
Does the Library accept OC (Original Content)?
Yes, provided it meets our Quality Standards, which you can read here. Works that don't meet our quality standards and not posted under one of the Library Archive categories (works that were created before 2013) will be deleted. Additionally, spam pages, ala "Horrible Troll Pastas", will also be deleted unless they are explicitly archived here by an administrator.
As already explained, we seek to archive works of fiction that are both young and old. This is solely for the enjoyment of us and our users. We enjoy reading and writing these works, and we seek to archive that which others have written as well.
As you can see, this is a blog post meant to promote a new wiki I created just yesterday, and so far have done quite a lot of work on. It's meant to be a place where users can share their favorite stories, write stories, and explore their creative writing skills - hence the name "The Library Wikia".
The Wikia does have quality standards, since we seek quality work. However, the QS is basically just 7-9th grade english class level writing. A decent plot structure and some effort is all that's really required. In honesty, this is a creative writing wiki.
The Wikia has 100 pages so far, halfway to the minimum of requesting a spotlight already. And that's just two people posting quality work and stories. We could use all the help we can get - we want more people than just I and one other user on this project. There's still a long way to go before we get to where we really want to be.