The literary blogosphere has been buzzing for a few days now about I Write Like at iwl.me, a new “analyzer” that lets you plug in some of your prose to see which famous writer you most sound like. The website was created by Dmitry Chestnykh, a 27-year-old Russian software programmer, and analyzes your writing sample for keywords. Then, within seconds, it spits back the name of the author your writing most closely resembles. Even film critic Roger Ebert couldn’t resist a try. “I Write Like thinks I write like Margaret Atwood, she writes like H. P. Lovecraft, and he writes like James Joyce,” he tweeted.