Dominique Mainon has authored multiple books on cinema history, pop-culture, and gender-related studies. She is also a screenwriter, indie filmmaker and guerrilla artist. Her next two books in progress are:
SURBURBAN APOCALYPSE: THE DEBASEMENT OF THE AMERICAN DREAM IN CINEMA
and RISE OF THE MACHINES: ROBOTS, ANDROIDS AND CYBORGS INVADE CINEMA, with Scott Tapio.
Published work currently available:
FEMME FATALE: CINEMA'S MOST UNFORGETTABLE LETHAL LADIES (Hal Leonard/Limelight Editions)
CINEMA OF OBSESSION: EROTIC FIXATION AND LOVE GONE WRONG IN THE MOVIES (Hal Leonard/Limelight Editions)
THE MODERN AMAZONS: WARRIOR WOMEN ON-SCREEN (Hal Leonard/Limelight Editions)
TASCHEN MOVIE ICONS: MAE WEST (part of series edited by Paul Duncan).
For further information on other books that Dominique has authored, co-authored or contributed to, such as The GANGSTER FILM READER, edited by Alain Silver and James Ursini, visit DominiqueMainon.com.
Dominique's film work includes an ongoing documentary film project called AUKAI COLLINS: HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVEL about the life of former mujahideen warrior Aukai "Aqil" Collins turned FBI operative and bounty hunter. (See his controversial book, MY JIHAD)
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All books are available on amazon.com, dominiquemainon.com or in book stores. Dominique welcomes contact and collaboration with other artists.