Listen Taped Live:  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/colombochronicles/2018/10/03/colombo-chronicles-live-sex-the-cyborg-goddessalexis-rafaelprof-krasilovsky

Alexis Rafael’s book, entitled, Sex and the Cyborg Goddess, is a fascinating narrative about the coming-of-age during the radical social transformations of the 1970s. Ana, the novel’s female protagonist, matures in and through the New York Art World, inspired by a perceptive Yale Professor to interview new iconic figures from Warhol to Rauschenberg.  Both Ana and the Professor are aware of the shocking – long repressed – inequities of the art world (inequities that continue to survive today).  

Rafael’s protagonist stumbles through Free Love, Consciousness Rising, and Conservative family ties on her circuitous path to becoming a sexual libertine, a political activist and finally, importantly, a filmmaker.

The author’s true name is Alexis Krasilovsky, Professor in the Department of Cinema and Television Arts at California State University, Northridge.  She is a writer, director of the films, End of the Art World, Let Them Eat Cake, and Women Behind the Camera.  She is the winner of four Best Documentary Awards.

Visit Rose Colombo’s website at http://www.colombochronicles.com

Blogs:  Rose4Justice.com

Books can be viewed on amazon.com , award-winning self-help book, 5 Star Review, “Fight Back Legal Abuse” pub. 2010 – watch for the 2nd edition coming soon

Book:  Award winning political satire on the redistribution of wealth and 5 Star Review entitled, “Obamacare, Dinosaurs, RedNecks and Radicals” at http://www.amazon.com

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