— Uel Aramchek (@ThePatanoiac) February 5, 2016
… a resource compiled by Rob Myers (with attached ‘webliography’).
The Dark Web now has its ‘own’ literary journal.
Anonymity is a breeding ground, be that for debate, creativity, or exploration. So where better to publish a socially-conscious, digitally focused literary journal (.onion link) than on a Tor hidden service … [?]
new tower of pseudonymity https://t.co/BjK5higiNe
— gnOme (@gnOmebooks) January 26, 2016
Scott Alexander’s fiction-in-process (which I’ve only just discovered) has to be worth investigating.