Robert Magill


After Rutgers Business School I launched into the business world by starting a fishing camp in Ship Bottom, NJ. So much for higher ed. Later as part of the Cool Jazz era I played stand -up bass with various groups around the country. I quit life on the road just in time to meet and marry Mary Providence (Magill) who was a dancer with the Charles Weidman Company in New York City. She continued dance and then branched into acting at the Bucks County (Pa.) Playhouse. We settled into country life nearby, and raised three sons. We became active in the Youth Hostel world and subsequently opened and operated a hostel in Perry, Florida and then another in Key West. Mary was on stage in Key West and we both wrote for the stage and screen. I had several short stories and a novel "Michael's Cut" ( and we made the first plunge into films with "The Lift", a made for TV short feature. We discontinued filmmaking after having completed many documentaries and narratives in the past decade. Having attempted an Eco-Village in British Columbia, we are more or less staying put in Sarasota. My first ebook ' 52(count 'em)52 ' published on May 07, 2013.

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52 (Count 'Em) 52
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 39,090. Language: English. Published: May 7, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Politics & Current Affairs » Current affairs
Provocative collection of status quo challenges to just about everything we take for granted including our history, mores, polity and assumptions about the future. What to do with your money that may be the worst idea ever; then again maybe not. Noam Chomsky explains why we are the most fundamentalist society on the planet; worse than the Taliban! A Maui cult as future-shock examined.

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