J Neil Schulman
C4SS Advisory Panel member J. Neil Schulman is a novelist, screenwriter, journalist, radio personality, filmmaker, composer, and actor. His 1979 Prometheus Hall-of-Fame novel, Alongside Night -- the first of his dozen fiction and non-fiction books -- is considered the first published explication of Agorism. Fans of his writings include Nobel-laureate Milton Friedman, Anthony Burgess, Robert A. Heinlein, Charlton Heston, Ron Paul, Glenn Beck, Piers Anthony, David Brin, Dennis Prager, and too many libertarians and anarchists to list here. Other credits include the 1986 CBS Twilight Zone episode "Profile in Silver" and his influential book defending the right to keep and bear arms, Stopping Power: Why 70 Million Americans Own Guns. In 1989 the Wall Street Journal called him a pioneer of the eBook as founder of the first publishing company to offer downloadable books by bestselling authors. Neil is now in active development of Alongside Night as a feature film, based on his own screenplay, which he intends to direct as his second feature following his suspense comedy, Lady Magdalene's, starring the original Star Trek's Lt. Uhura, Nichelle Nichols.
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