by Sandi Russell
COLOR brings together one person’s quest for identity with the inner lives of a whole community.
As individual characters tell their stories, dreams are shared, secrets are revealed and a complex picture emerges of intimate relationships, racial tensions and passionate aspirations.
Rooted in Tidewater, Virginia, and spanning the twentieth century, this is original fiction in the tradition of Zora Neale Hurston and Toni Morrison. Through a rich texture of voices and sensations, it offers unique insights into the history of the New World and the meaning of the ‘American Dream’.
Published by Mosaic Publishing