Leland E. Hale

Leland E. Hale

 

A Seattle native, Leland E. Hale has rain permanently trapped between his toes. He blames his love of travel on that first airplane ride at six months, which only partially explains why he hitched cross-country at age 21. Leland thinks Socrates is way cooler than Aristotle, even if he went down a little harder. He has a secret soundtrack for his latest work and he's certain the best first lines are from "The Stranger," by Albert Camus. 

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