I'm theDood. I'm a huge fan of old literature, and wanna make Wikisource THE place for finding and reading old literature. I mostly try to do Victorian and Pulp era stuff. I have been known to be a rebel to the copyright policy of Wikisource, so watch out! You never know what I'm gonna do.
- Robert E. Howard - Currently adding more of his short stories from his lesser known characters.
- The Wave: An Egyptian Aftermath - I've only got one chapter done on this one so far.
- Howard Pyle - At the moment, I'm still adding in his Robin Hood book.
- The Captain Mors pulp books. I have only one issue added so far, The Ruler of the Ocean of the Air.
- Darby O'Gill and the Good People - A nice book about a leprechaun named Darby O'Gill.
- Frederick Marryat - I added in a couple of his works via Gutenberg and Athelstane, but I just got tired of doing his stuff.
Rafael Sabatini - Currently working on The Sword of Islam
- I might do Andrew Lang and his translation to the Arabian Nights.
I always use Project Gutenberg, Gutenberg Austrailia, Athelstane, and Pulpgen. Pulpgen is a VERY good source for Pulp fiction, and I definately recommend it. These are the sources I use regularly, although Athelstane only has a few authors (but the few authors they do have, they contain all of their works).
I am also using Jess Nevins Captain Mors site for his Captain Mors pulp stories.