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J. Neil Schulman
Joseph Neil Schulman (born April 16, 1953 in Forest Hills, New York, USA) is an author, screenwriter, journalist and radio personality. His works include the novels Alongside Night and The Rainbow Cadenza, both of which won the Libertarian Futurist Society's annual Prometheus Award for best libertarian novel, and the anthology Nasty, Brutish, And Short Stories. His latest novel is the comic fantasy, Escape from Heaven, and he is producing his own screenplay adaptation as a feature film. His articles and essays have been published in magazines ranging from National Review to Cult Movies, and in newspapers including articles for the Los Angeles Times. His nonfiction books include The Frame of the Century? in which he suggested an alternate killer who could have framed O.J. Simpson for the murder of his ex-wife.
His original script, "Profile in Silver" is one of the best-remembered episodes of CBS's 1985 revival of The Twilight Zone.
From 1972 to 1990 he was an editor and writer for Samuel Edward Konkin III's magazines, New Libertarian Notes, New Libertarian Weekly, and New Libertarian, there contributing his first published short stories, interviewing science fiction author Robert A. Heinlein, and writing articles on topics ranging from film music to the Holocaust.
Schulman's political writings, particularly those on what he calls "gun prohibition" are prolific and have received national attention. Many of these articles are collected in Stopping Power: Why 70 Million Americans Own Guns or in Self Control Not Gun Control.
An audiobook preview with excerpts of Schulman's next book, I Met God can be found at http://www.IMETGOD.com/.
Schulman is a pioneer in the electronic publishing field; the latest incarnation of his publishing business is pulpless.com .
J. Neil Schulman should not be confused with another Libertarian Science Fiction writer L. Neil Smith.
- The World According to J. Neil Schulman
- Alongside Night includes several chapters of Alongside Night and
- "Are We Alongside Night?" 1979
- "Pulling Alongside Night:The Enabling Technology is Here" 1996
by J. Kent Hastings
- "How Far Alongside Night?" 1987
by Samuel Edward Konkin III
- Remarks Upon Acceptance into the Prometheus Hall of Fame for Alongside Night
by J. Neil Schulman (1989)
- "God Here And Now: An Introduction to Gloamingerism" by Reverend Virgil Moore; and "The Last, True Hope" by Bishop Alam Kimar Whyte, Church of the Human God.
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