You may request an article below, but please keep in mind that Requested Articles is more like a list of ideas for interested editors to peruse, rather than an article writing service where we methodically try to write every article. Most requested articles will not be written.
If you really want an article created, you can write it yourself. (If you are personally connected to the subject, you need to submit it through the Articles for Creation process.) However, please be aware that due to our notability rules, many topics do not qualify for an article. Citing multiple quality sources, such as newspapers and books, is usually the key to proving notability.
|How to request an article|
1. First, check that the article you're looking for doesn't already exist:
2. Next, be sure the article is suitable for inclusion in Wikipedia. Articles must be about notable topics: those that have received significant coverage in independent, reliable sources. We have a fairly precise definition of what is considered a "reliable source", as well as detailed inclusion guidelines.
3. Next, search the existing article requests to make sure your subject is not already listed:
4. Now choose an appropriate general topic area below, choose the best sub-topic that fits your subject, and use that link to go to its page. Add your request there by clicking "edit" at the appropriate heading. Give a brief description, with links if possible, for the proposed topic, to aid others in understanding your request.
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- Many WikiProjects and notice boards have requests for new articles pertaining to a specific topic.
- Wikipedia:Drawing board - a noticeboard for discussing new article ideas. (Inactive)
- Wikipedia:WikiProject Red Link Recovery
- Wikipedia:Articles for creation - allows unregistered and new users to create new articles with the assistance of experienced Wikipedians.
- Wikipedia:Requests for expansion/Archive, Category:Articles to be expanded and Category:Stubs lists very short preliminary articles that have not yet been developed.
- Category:Redirects with possibilities lists many redirects with good potential to become future articles.
- Portal:Current events - displays newsworthy topics— even brief entries for those are very helpful. They have the advantage of already having a reference webpage, and would have been verified in most cases by the news media. (see also Wikinews)
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