Paul Black:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Paul Black is an international award-winning writer and designer who's work is in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress. His first novel, The Tels, was one of two finalists for science fiction in the Independent Publishers Awards for 2003, and has garnered acclaim from publications like The Dallas Morning News and Writer's Digest. Soulware, book two, will be in select Barnes & Noble stores nationwide in the spring of 2005. He lives in Texas, and is currently working on the last book of the trilogy.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Biolution - biological manufacturing

The Tels (2003)

Interway - computer-controlled highway

The Tels (2003)


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