Alexander D is creating fiction
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Fiction
I write serialized fiction at  Anarchy Is Hyperbole.  Currently, I am writing The Consolation of Conquest, a story set in the near future where a young woman must come to grips with a corrupt system under the shadow of the mysterious maneuvers of a new religion and of a superintelligence.  My most popular past work is Significant Digits, which continues the story of Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality.  With few exceptions, I write a chapter every other week and post it on Sunday.  My work is "rational fiction" -- meaning that the characters are rational actors with intelligible worldviews in a world with consistent rules.  Nothing will happen in the story just because the author is lazy and it would be convenient.

Patronage
It might be nice to double-check  GiveWell.org and see if you want to contribute to any of their chosen charities before making any commitments here.  But if you do decide that you want to support my fiction-writing, that's nice, too.  When you click "Become a Patron," you're pledging to donate money to me every time I post a chapter (Patreon FAQ).  You might be doing this to buy yourself some warm fuzzies of feel-goodness, or maybe you think rational fiction is important enough to support on its own merits, or whatever.  It's appreciated, no matter the reason.



         
Fiction
I write serialized fiction at  Anarchy Is Hyperbole.  Currently, I am writing The Consolation of Conquest, a story set in the near future where a young woman must come to grips with a corrupt system under the shadow of the mysterious maneuvers of a new religion and of a superintelligence.  My most popular past work is Significant Digits, which continues the story of Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality.  With few exceptions, I write a chapter every other week and post it on Sunday.  My work is "rational fiction" -- meaning that the characters are rational actors with intelligible worldviews in a world with consistent rules.  Nothing will happen in the story just because the author is lazy and it would be convenient.

Patronage
It might be nice to double-check  GiveWell.org and see if you want to contribute to any of their chosen charities before making any commitments here.  But if you do decide that you want to support my fiction-writing, that's nice, too.  When you click "Become a Patron," you're pledging to donate money to me every time I post a chapter (Patreon FAQ).  You might be doing this to buy yourself some warm fuzzies of feel-goodness, or maybe you think rational fiction is important enough to support on its own merits, or whatever.  It's appreciated, no matter the reason.



         

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