Joseph Neil Schulman (16 April 1953-10 August 2019) was an American novelist who wrote Alongside Night (published 1979) and The Rainbow Cadenza (published 1983) which both received the Prometheus Award, a libertarian science fiction award. His third novel, Escape from Heaven, was also a finalist for the 2002 Prometheus Award. His fourth and last novel, The Fractal Man, was a finalist for the 2019 Prometheus Award.
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For The Rainbow Cadenza
Personal website, section of pulpless.com (Schulman's publishing company); includes links to his books, movies, blog and other related sites
Lengthy autobiographical page, including information about his books, movies, and related media
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Biographical essay, including multiple quotes from fellow authors and significant excerpts from Heinlein's novels and stories
Commentary on the Dubai Ports World deal and related maneuvers by the Bush administration
Explains his rationale for casting a vote for Bush in the 2004 presidential election
1989 Prometheus Hall of Fame Award; 27 numbered chapters in three parts; 1999 edition includes additional essays by Schulman, Samuel Konkin, J. Kent Hastings and others
1984 Prometheus Award winner; contents: I. 3800Å to 4100Å - II. 4200Å to 4500Å - III. 4600Å to 4900Å - IV. 500Å0 to 5500Å - V. 5600Å to 5900Å - VI. 600Å0 to 6300Å - VII. 6400Å to 7600Å - VII. 2970Å
Alongside Night Author J Neil Schulman sat down with MHD in Las Vegas, by Pete Eyre, J. Neil Schulman, 1 May 2009
Schulman discusses agorism, countereconomics, Sam Konkin, Alongside Night and his current projects based on the latter
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