Creating an article
If you are not yet familiar with the process, please read Wikipedia:Your first article, as it will help you avoid the classic "newbie" mistakes and save your hard work from being deleted.
Creating a draft
If you don't have a Wikipedia user account, consider registering an account now. If you choose not to register, or you have a conflict of interest but have an idea for a new article with some references, you can create one here and it will be reviewed and considered for publication. If you have an idea for the title of an article, but no content for the article itself, please make a request at Wikipedia:Requested articles. If you already have a Wikipedia user account, you can also use the Article Wizard to help you create your article.
When you are ready to create your draft, go to the Wikipedia:Article wizard and it will guide you through creating a draft in the Draft: namespace.
Conflicts of interest
Note: If you have a conflict of interest with the topic you are writing about, you should disclose it on the article talk page; see WP:DISCLOSE.
Review and publishing
Once a draft has been prepared in the Draft: namespace or in your user space such as your user sandbox, you can submit it for review at Articles for Creation by adding the code
to the top of the draft or user page.
Warning: There is an ongoing scam targeting Articles for Creation participants. See this scam warning for detailed information.
- Bona fide reviewers at Articles for Creation will never contact or solicit anyone for payment to get a draft into article space, improve a draft, or restore a deleted article. If someone contacts you with such an offer, please send a copy of the email, including headers, to arbcom-enwikimedia.org.
Note: Experienced editors are always needed to participate in reviews. Reviewing instructions can be found here.