Roblin Meeks is an essayist, lapsed professional philosopher, and current higher-education administrator. His academic research and publications in philosophy of mind and cognitive science engages primarily with questions of self-identification and mis-identification, senses of bodily ownership, and imitation.

His creative nonfiction has appeared in Electric Literature, Smokelong Quarterly, Human Parts, and elsewhere. He also has a (free) newsletter.

Born and raised in rural Kansas, Roblin now lives in New York with his wife and daughter, thinking often of his son who has traded coasts for college.