Jeff Musillo Releases Debut Novel THE EASE OF ACCESS
Jeff Musillo's comic and wicked debut novel, The Ease Of Access, is the story about a male prostitute who is hired out to service reality TV stars. In this "tell-all' our bored, apathetic and greedy narrator embarks on a mission to demolish his world by revealing the ins and outs of his former job as: Hollywood's Most Wanted Prostitute. Does he feel superior? Does he feel remorse? Does he feel anything?
Musillo has crafted a darkly funny, intelligent and sexually graphic rollercoaster ride of a book that exposes the lust for power in the world of celebrity obsessed Hollywood. The novels narrator, a whore with an existentalist bent, introduces us to the secret sex lives of a kinky TV shrink, a reality TV family into orgies and an influential Hollywood film blogger with a twisted fetish. The Ease of Access is receiving rave reviews from readers on Amazon.com and is also on sale at Barnes & Noble stores in New York City.
To purchase and preview excerpts from The Ease Of Access at Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/The-Ease-Access-Jeff-Musillo/dp/1491838574
Jeff Musillo is a published poet as well as a visual artist who works both on canvas and in digital format. He has had exhibits throughout New York and his artwork will be featured in the upcoming feature film The Heart Machine. The Ease of Access is his debut novel. He lives in Brooklyn.
With literature, his poetry has been published in Footnote Magazine. He also just signed a deal with the publishing house Civil Coping Mechanisms to release his existentialist novel in 2015. And his narrative non-fiction-Snapshot Americana-will be published by Roundfire Books in early 2014.
With his film work, a short film that he acting in premiered at the Hoboken International Film Festival last year. Another short that he wrote, directed, and starred in was recently accepted and premiered at The Katra Film Series in Manhattan.
As for artwork-Jeff has done exhibitions at Tom and Jerry's in NoHo, Greenpoint Gallery, Public Assembly in Brooklyn, The Empire Hotel, Bar Catalonia, The Red Circle Gallery, as well as a small private show in Chelsea that was filmed for The OWN Network. His artwork has been featured with Neurocentrikk Magazine, Turntable Magazine and Aesthetics Magazine.
Jeff Musillo online: www.towerbabel.comjeff-musillo