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  • 05.12.16

What you’ll find in the Dark Web’s literary magazine

The Dark Web–that section of the Internet only accessible to those using the privacy-enhancing tool Tor–now has its own literary magazine, Wired reports. The first issue of The Torist (note that the link will only work through a Tor-enabled browser) features a mix of fiction, nonfiction and poetry including: 

• poems by Alissa Quart and Vance Osterhout that touch on Edward Snowden’s leaks

• an article by artists Linda Kronman and Andreas Zingerle about their work turning Internet scams into art

• an essay by Nathanael Bassett on the freedoms technology grants and takes away

• an excerpt from a science fiction work by Peter Conlin dealing with issues of classSM