I have been a fan of the wiki for a long time, reading sporadically ever since its inception. A few years ago I had joined the site and eagerly tried my hand at writing a few (sub-par) articles, much to my dismay. Regardless, here am I years later introducing myself proper.
I am a big fan of classic literature, science fiction, and philosophy. The vast, immersive lands of Jules Verne and Robert E Howard have always captivated me, and the occult oddities of Lovecraft and Ambrose Bierce have fueled my fears and imagination. The world of the Foundation does both, and I have always marveled at the constant growth and ingenuity its contributors have achieved.
One of my goals is to participate more actively on the wiki. Voting and commenting on my often-visited favorites is one aim, and providing constructive criticism and aid to other authors is another. I studied English and worked a few years as a college tutor, so I hope I can put some of my training to good use!
And for the hell of it, my favorite is 1342.