This is chiefly a tradition of the southern hemisphere. The two major journals are Life and NLW. Both are written in the Montuone language and originate in that country, although readers may be located anywhere (see below).
Scholars always write under pen names and, possibly excepting those who know each other face-to-face, do not know their peers' 'other' identities or places of residence. The obvious exception to this is whichever member is in charge of printing and distributing the journals. This is a fiercely-guarded tradition and owes a lot to paranoia and dim memories of past scientific witch-hunts.
The principles of dragannerie are at their most expressed in these pages, although it is seldom referred to by name. It is simply what one does.