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File:Marguerite Young with manuscript.jpg removed from infobox
First, an aesthetic comment. The image of Young with her manuscript (which, by the way, I scanned and added to the List of longest novels article) is certainly the wrong image for the infobox. There are better head shots and upper body shots out there. In contrast, the image was absolutely perfect for illustrating a humongously long novel.
Each use on WP requires a justification. If you click on the image file name above, you'll see the one I provided for the initial use. Somebody later added a second use of the image, but did not provide a justification. I raised a complaint, but merely moved the image to the bottom of the page, amongst Reception, since I believe it can be easily justified. (As I linked to on the original justification page, the photograph was used for publicity purposes, so that's a natural spot for it anyway.) And yes, it still needs a separate justification.
The question about illustrating dead people on WP while claiming fair use is whether it's possible to find free alternatives. Many of the published Young pictures are taken by known, living people. It seems likely such people have more pictures. Also, a number of pictures are probably with Dalkey Archive. She had a verbal contract with them (she couldn't bother signing the papers they kept wanting her to sign) so I don't know what's up with them, but nobody has asked. Choor monster (talk) 15:10, 8 April 2013 (UTC)
Subcategories only, if possible
I see there is a slow motion edit war concerning whether this page should be listed in Category:American novelists. The answer is no: whenever possible, an author should be listed in as many subcategories as possible, but not in the top category. See the instructions on the category page itself. Choor monster (talk) 16:43, 26 April 2013 (UTC)
- Well, I slept through the argument as it was happening, but we have a new consensus, as mentioned in the history: Wikipedia:Categories for discussion/Log/2013 April 24#Category:American women novelists. I have taken the liberty of adding in Category:American poets, and I have indicated the wrongness of the big bold section title by striking it out. Choor monster (talk) 13:31, 3 May 2013 (UTC)
Please document claims (from reliable sources!)
I feel the tone of the additions is way too fannish. Moreover, some of the detail doesn't seem really encyclopedic enough.