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Generally, you shouldn't have external links in the main body of an article. It's OK to leave something as a red link (e.g. Black Mountain Institute) if it's a notable topic. When someone writes an article for it, it will be linked automatically, and until then the red link acts as a hint to other interested editors that the article is needed. If the topic isn't individually notable (e.g. each of the subject's books), don't link them. You can leave a link to her publisher in the external links section, but not in the body. pburka (talk) 00:10, 11 May 2020 (UTC)