Hello. I'm a 28-y.o. male of California, technician by trade, interested in contributing to this most unique repository. I am inspired, as I have found most collectives of fiction on the internet require a great deal of sifting through terrible material to find anything good, whereas here, although not every SCP and story is great, they can all be counted upon to be at least decent, with a strong literary "immune system" in place to maintain this, in the form of the rating/deletion system.
I understand that the SCP series and series 2 are filled to bursting with entries and the last thing we need is more people glutting the place up with new SCP's, however strong the temptation to do so might be. Therefore, I shall restrict myself to rating and writing tales about existing entries for the first couple of months, and following the "can you save this SCP" thread used for identifying articles in need of improvement.
Horror is a fabulous genre, as it combines the limitlessness of sci-fi or fantasy with a grounding in the real world we live in, or at least a reasonable facsimile thereof, which is done right can send a delightful trickle of cold water up the spinal column. Reading SCP 075 gave me that exact sensation, and I hope to learn here the art of inducing it in others.