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... is the guest speaker scheduled for the 152nd meeting of the Karl Hess Club, to convene on February 19, 2007.


    J. Neil Schulman on "My Wide and Varied Career as a Libertarian Philosopher, Writer, Entrepreneur, Activist, and Artist."

The always iconoclastic and controversial J. Neil Schulman will discuss his latest project, the new feature film, Lady Magdalene's, which he produced, wrote, directed, acted in, and for which he wrote five songs.  (More information about the film may be found in the Hollywood Investigator article.)

Schulman will discuss additional topics, such as his friendship with Robert Heinlein, which was the focus of his book, The Robert Heinlein Interview and Other Heinleiniana.


    About J. Neil Schulman

J. Neil Schulman was the speaker at the KHC's premiere meeting in 1994.  In 2004 he organized the KHC's special memorial meeting in honor of the club's founder, Samuel Edward Konkin III

He's the author of eleven books, two having won the Prometheus Award: Alongside Night and The Rainbow Cadenza.  Neil also wrote the original script Profile in Silver, one of the best remembered episodes of the 1980s Twilight Zone revival series.  He's been published in National Review, the Los Angeles Times, Cult Movies, and Reason.  His work as a book publisher, Hollywood literary agent, magazine editor, and Internet entrepreneur has been recognized in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times website, and Esquire.

Schulman is the first modern libertarian to abandon his atheism while remaining a skeptic and a rationalist.  He believes he's had a personal revelation from God, who is Himself a libertarian.  He's discussed his conversation with God in the Weekly Universe.

Further info on J. Neil Schulman can be found at JNeilSchulman.com, Wikipedia, and IMDb.