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J. Neil Schulman is a novelist, screenwriter, journalist, radio personality, filmmaker, composer, and actor.

His dozen books include the novels Alongside Night and The Rainbow Cadenza, both of which won the Libertarian Futurist Society’s Prometheus Award for best libertarian novel, and the anthology Nasty, Brutish, And Short Stories.

His latest novel is the comic fantasy, Escape from Heaven, in which a radio-talk-show host manages the election campaign of Jesus to win back the earth from Jesus’ ex-wife, Satan.

Schulman’s 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 Stopping Power: Why 70 Million Americans Own Guns, endorsed by Academy-Award-winner Charlton Heston, 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, and his autobiographical I Met God — God Without Religion, Scripture, or Faith, in which this former atheist describes the experiences that led him to conclude the existence of God, but still distance himself from all religions.

His latest book is The Heartmost Desire, in which J. Neil Schulman makes the case that liberty is a necessity for the attainment of happiness.

Schulman is an independent filmmaker as the writer, director, and producer of Lady Magdalene’s, starring Star Trek icon Nichelle Nichols, and Alongside Night, starring Kevin Sorbo.


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