Reclusive by nature, and with no academic, political or other affiliations, his closest brush with fame – or even recognition – was when his satirical novel God Almighty was published in 2005.
Both fascinated and appalled at how 18th century political and economic systems could still be operating in the 21st, Herman has recently put together a website which fully explains, via a non-fiction treatise and related novel and articles, his criticisms of the status quo and his provocative proposals for new systems. He is also an admirer of the music of Gustav Mahler (pictured).
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