2013 Call for articles

Dear H+ Magazine Readers:

We’re looking for science based articles about the future, fact based speculation, and anything interesting related to the goals of Humanity+, Transhumanism, etc. We looking for original technical and philosophical articles, reviews of transhumanism or related books, articles, media, etc. whether produced by man or machine.

If you are doing something real and H+ related and you want to tell the world about it consider writing an article. Our readers have interests and expertise across a wide range of technical and non-technical fields and they want to learn about what you are doing.

Coming soon we will have a few weekly columnists covering transhumanist topics. Do you have an idea for a column? Send in a proposal!

Join our growing band of visual curators!

Visual curators present transhumanist related links and articles in an interesting visual format.

Coming soon: data chewy data.

Submit all article, story, curation or column proposals to peter@hplusmagazine.com

Warm Regards,

Peter Rothman, Editor, H+ Magazine

36 Responses

  1. L. Lewis says:

    As to “Your email is never published nor shared” tell that to Snowden.
    I’m a bit senile & antique. I’d like U to put up a snail mail address here I can send manuscripts to.

  2. Ana says:

    Hi Peter,
    Is this still available? I’m involved with BIOPS UK, the British Institute for Post Human Studies – we’re a newly founded think tank seeking to promote transhumanist topics into the mainstream debate. I would personally love to write about Aarathi Prasad and her work on artificial wombs + the socio-political implications of that (gender-wise etc.) Is that something you would be interested in? I could either do a book review but hopefully an interview? Thank you.

    • Peter says:

      Yes, I am going to update this as we are approaching the end of the year. However, as always, we welcome interesting submission, articles, and interviews. Thanks for your interest in H+!

  3. Michael says:

    What about ethics concerning the new technology’s ?

    I would love to read up on those since most of them are quite tricky to say at least.

    bit like this article i ran into : http://ieet.org/index.php/IEET/more/wennemann20130808

    Keep up the good work.

    • Jesse Lohse says:

      I agree that ethics should always be a consideration. I believe there needs to be an equal effort to educate the public about the benefits of trans-humanist studies and also develop a solid foundation of ethics and philosophy to placate the concerns of those wary of the implications of ill use of such technology.

  4. i have a pinterest board dedicated to human+ and transhumanism articles.http://pinterest.com/paramathman/post-human-h/.if you are on pininterest please follow

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  6. I been following you guys for a short while, I am a full time fashion designer and beauty expert I would like to summit an article on how beauty and technology will merge to empower and help humans with their everyday lives.

  7. Benjamin Galindo says:

    Hi! My name is Benjamín Galindo. I´m a Mechatronic Engineer from Puebla (Mexico). My team and I are developing a high performance arm prostheses aimed for people who have been affected with transradial amputation. At this time we are in the final stage of the project and we like to share our advance with you.

  8. Greetings.
    I would like to share my vision of the future.
    Well, it’s little bit different from wide-spread ones.
    On the one hand I am a technician as far as I am a student at Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology and I know how the stuff works. One the other I am follower of mental skills development. About a thousand digits of PI are stored in my head. Mnemonics is a fun thing. As also currently I lead start-up for creation mind mapping tool of second generation. The point is closely connect human vision of information and internet data.
    Alexander Kozhevin 2013

  9. J.E. Dugas says:

    I came across your publication by way of a youtube video this morning. I’m also an author of science-based speculative fiction. My newest series, MechaNation, focuses on human augmentation and the new kingpin, nanomachines (Refered to as NanoInjections throughout the novels).
    I’ve actually just wrapped on a book tour and have several articles prepared with details of the books’ content and would love to expand on that! You’ve picked up a new H+ reader!

  10. Charlotte says:

    Hello, I am happy to do some reviews for films or books for you. I have done some before, and they have been well received. :)

  11. I wish you all a great year 2013. WHAt this year everything will become real in our lives.

    A big hug!

  12. Jackal says:

    Hello, I’m currently working on a computer engineering degree with mathematics and psychology as minors. I’m also a member of the military and contribute to research using a particle accelerator. I’d be happy to help review some articles related to these subjects (Mostly computer engineering, thats my passion).

  13. ankush says:

    Have sent you an email regarding the same. Hope you find it exciting and we can take it forward from thereon.

  14. Selena Erkızan says:

    I am an undergraduate, IVth year student of English Language and Literature. I am deeply interested in science fiction and transhumanist thought. I’ve been writing an essay titled ‘Science Fiction and The Future of Human Beings: Imagination, Evolution and The Anthropocentric Myths’. I would be delighted to contribute to h+ magazine if you be interested.
    Thank you.
    Selena E.

  15. Aaron L. says:

    I have been following H+ for some time now and enjoy the content considerably. I’m a fourth year student of physics, and would gladly review relevant articles in that field (or related fields).

  16. Aaron says:

    I’ve got a degree in philosophy and currently own and manage an IT service company. I’m particularly interested in exploring how human communication is impacted by the changes we’ll see in the methods of access to the Internet and other information networks. I do a lot of freelance writing and study linguistics and history in my spare time. These studies have made me think about the ways in which shortened, immediate, electronic modes of communication will create simulated telepathy and radically modify the neural pathways we use to formulate language. This, in turn, will change the way we think and potentially lead to the actual evolution of our brains. Let me know your thoughts and whether you’d be interested in a piece exploring this topic. Thanks!

  17. dogsolitude_uk says:

    I’ve been following h+ for the last year. I have a background in teaching, marketing, regulatory compliance and more lately web-development. My New Year’s resolution is to get writing, and I’ve got a bunch of notes about how existing political/legal/market structures can help or hinder our technological progress along the transhuman road. If I can hack it about into something readable at some point :) would you be interested?

  18. andrew says:

    I am doing a weekly webseries, and kickstarting a documentary about transhumanism as a religion surrogate. I could update you as it progresses and if anything interests you i could write about it.

  19. I write sci-fi, and would love to do an anthology of transhumanist-themed stories. Like a Heavy Metal of sorts, I suppose.

    I (briefly) contributed to Comic Foundry, and have not written for another publication since, but I love H+ magazine, and would love to write for you.

    • Peter says:

      Great idea. Contact me directly.

    • I am writing a post-singularity hard science-fiction novel called London in the XXIst Century (outline loosely based on Jules Verne’s lost novel about 20th Century Paris.) I am looking for examples of Tranhumanist or Singularitarian fiction in addition to regular science fiction writing to improve my skill. Any reply is greatly appreciated.
      If you want to know more about the book it is in its early stages but I will be able to submit it to a writers group some time in August. If you know about a writers’ group of authors writing Singularitarian fiction I would certainly contribute my critiques to be a member full time. I have taken a Youtube University Course on writing Science Fiction given by Brandon Sanderson, fantasy and science fiction author. He is best known for his work in finishing Robert Jordan’s epic fantasy series, The Wheel of Time, and his own Mistborn series. Sanderson worked as an editor for the semi-professional magazine, Leading Edge, while attending school at Brigham Young University, and he now teaches creative writing there.

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