“History, Aristotle says, represents things only as they are, while fiction represents them as they might be and ought to be.”
— Albert J. Nock, Memoirs of a Superfluous Man


Travis J.I. Corcoran

Travis J.I. Corcoran is a Catholic anarchocapitalist software engineer and business owner. He is an amateur (from the Latin, meaning “grossly unskilled, but enjoying it anyway”) at wood turning, blacksmithing, guitar playing, gourmet cooking, throwing ceramic pots, and a few other things.

Travis has had nonfiction articles published in several national magazines including Dragon, Make, and Fine Homebuilding.

The Powers of the Earth, which he is almost finished editing, is his first novel and will be the first in his Aristillus Series.

The Aristillus Series

The Aristillus Series is pair of science fiction novels about anarchocapitalism, economics, open source software, corporate finance, social media, antigravity, lunar colonization, genetically modified dogs, strong AI, and really, really big guns.

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