John Hulme (author)

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John Hulme (born circa 1970) is one of the two co-authors of The Seems book series.[1] with Michael Wexler. Books in this series are held in over 800 libraries, according to WorldCat.

He and Wexler edited an anthology of short stories, Voices of the Xiled, and created a National Public Radio radio series, "Vanishing Point," and Baked Potatoes: a Pot Smoker's Guide to Film and Video.[2]

He also directed a documentary film, Unknown Soldier[disambiguation needed],[3] about his father, who was killed in the Vietnam War and never met his son.[4]

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  1. ^ Fleming, Michael (Apr 16, 2007). "Fox nabs rights to 'Seems'. Levy to direct, produce film". Variety. Retrieved 2008-09-29. 
  2. ^ Culture Clash: Microsoft in Silicon Alley by Trip Gabriel, NY Times blog
  3. ^ HBO Interview with Filmmaker John Hulme
  4. ^ Martel, Ned (May 30, 2005). "Unknown Soldier: Searching for a Father - The View From Two Wars and the Home Front". New York Times. Retrieved 6 March 2009.