instead article A subreddit for all things grey literature, specifically novels and short stories, with an emphasis on genre and themes.
The subreddit was started by a woman in the US who was looking for the right term for a book she was working on.
She decided to take the time to make a list of the definitions of the word grey literature.
The first question that popped into her mind was, “What is grey literature?”
The second question she thought, “How do I find out if a story is grey or not?”
She also noticed a lot of people were asking for definitions of grey literature on a lot different forums.
She wanted to do something a little different to the other definitions and started a thread on the subreddit.
The following year, in October 2018, the thread had over 5,000 subscribers and the subreddit has more than 70,000 members.
In March 2019, the subreddit officially launched with the goal of making it a resource for all the gray literature readers out there.
To date, over 1,500 definitions of gray literature have been submitted.
In the coming months, we will be updating the list of definitions that are currently on the wiki, adding more new ones, and working to expand the list as more are added.
The grey literature community is made up of a large number of different communities.
The subreddits on the main website are all open to all members of the community, whether they are new or experienced.
You can read about the subreddit in our FAQ, and the main site is always up and running with a daily news post and new posts from the community.
We hope that this will help you find your next great story.