The alt-weekly newspaper in Vermont, where Identity Theory is headquartered, recently featured us in its "State of the Arts" section:
The article gives an excellent background on our site's history, people and philosophy and concludes:
"Identity Theory may sound like something in a sociology paper. But the point, says Borondy, is to give writers a chance 'to put their own identity out there.' With content ranging from John Cusack’s views of torture to a wickedly satirical short story about a marketing consultant, IT defies demographic niches, and proves that you can do serious reading on a screen."