Vivien Goldman is a writer and broadcaster — and cult post-punk musician — who has devoted much of her work to chronicling punk and Afro-Caribbean music and culture. A widely published and anthologized journalist, Goldman’s fifth book is “The Book of Exodus,” (Three Rivers Press) described as “vivid and intimate” by Rolling Stone. She is the Adjunct Professor of Punk and Reggae at NYU Tisch School’s Clive Davis Dept. of Recorded Music. Her previous books also include Marley’s first biography, Soul Rebel Natural Mystic’ and The Black Chord, a collaboration with photographer David Corio that chronicles the flow of music through the African Diaspora. A Londoner, Goldman has lived in Paris and now resides in New York.