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Travis James Leland

Travis James Leland is a science-fiction writer and poet best known for his short fiction work “Final Adam,” which won the 1998 Cabrini Literary Guild Award. He received his B.A. in English, Creative Writing at California State University, San Bernardino. He is currently working on his first full-length novel entitled “Singular,” about a young man who becomes the world’s first true posthuman, and how society both accepts and rejects him. Leland currently lives in Llano, California with his wife and son. His Twitter is @TJL2080.


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"Autism: Disease or the New Normal?"   TJL-2080  Feb 7, 2013

"A Questionnaire Regarding Autistic Traits in H+ People"   Ethical Technology  Nov 27, 2012

"Scientific Illiteracy in the United States"   Ethical Technology  Nov 15, 2012

"Dr. Manhattan: Transhuman Hero"   Ethical Technology  Sep 27, 2012

"“Singular” Chapter 1 (Fiction)"   Ethical Technology  Aug 24, 2012

"Posthuman: The Endgame?"   Ethical Technology  Aug 15, 2012

"The Singularity Is Here…For Some Of Us"   Ethical Technology  Jul 5, 2012

"“Personhood” for Beginners"   Ethical Technology  May 30, 2012

"We are the Borg… And That is a Good Thing"   Ethical Technology  May 22, 2012

"The InVitro Meat Debate"   Ethical Technology  May 7, 2012

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