I am an administrator and veteran editor whose interests range from history to literature. In my 12 years at Wikipedia, I have created and edited a large number of articles about authors and assorted literary topics.
Anyone needing admin assistance should feel free to leave a message on my talk page. Please note, though, that at times I step away from Wikipedia for days or weeks at a time, so don't be offended if I'm unable to give a prompt response.
What happens if a Wikipedian dies? Does anybody notice? Does anybody care? To all those Wikipedians who may have died and been forgotten here, thank you for your contributions and rest in peace. If you know of any Wikipedians who have passed away, please add them to the deceased Wikipedians page. (Thanks to User:Lord Voldemort for first writing this blurb.)
Feature and good articles I've created or worked on extensively
I commend your hard work on William Shakespeare. Choosing to edit such a high-profile, controversial and research-intensive article is a mark of patience, perseverance and dedication to Wikipedia that is rarely seen. We clearly need more editors, such as yourself, who are willing to raise the level of the literature articles on Wikipedia. Awadewit | talk 04:38, 12 August 2007 (UTC)
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