Who the Hell’s Benefiting From all of This Animus, Anyway?: Malcolm Hansen Gives Us a Peek Behind the Curtains of His Debut Novel, They Come in All Colors #authorinterview #interview #thesouth #racelines

For those of us who have grown up in the South, and for those of us who’ve only heard lore about it, comes a unique novel from a brilliant new voice in the literary scene, Malcolm Hansen. From the difficulties of finding your way toward adulthood to the navigating of complicated racial lines in America, … More Who the Hell’s Benefiting From all of This Animus, Anyway?: Malcolm Hansen Gives Us a Peek Behind the Curtains of His Debut Novel, They Come in All Colors #authorinterview #interview #thesouth #racelines

They Come in All Colors by Malcolm Hansen

Hardcover, 336 pages Published May 29th 2018 by Atria Books It’s 1968 when fourteen-year-old Huey Fairchild begins high school at Claremont Prep, one of New York City’s most prestigious boys’ schools. His mother had uprooted her family from their small hometown of Akersburg, Georgia, a few years earlier, leaving behind Huey’s white father and the racial … More They Come in All Colors by Malcolm Hansen

Green by Sam Graham-Felsen

Hardcover, 320 pages Published January 2nd 2018 by Random House A novel of race and privilege in America that you haven’t seen before: a coming-of-age story about a life-changing friendship, propelled by an exuberant, unforgettable voice. “This isn’t some Jedi bull****; the force I’m talking about is real, and its energies are everywhere, working on everyone.” … More Green by Sam Graham-Felsen

Brothers and Sisters by Bebe Moore Campbell

Paperback, 480 pages Published January 6th 2009 by Berkley (first published 1994) Bebe Moore Campbell’s Brothers and Sisters, originally published by Putnam in 1994* in the aftermath of the Rodney King beating, is a true testament to what I wish we could see more of on bestseller lists today. Published during an era of growing … More Brothers and Sisters by Bebe Moore Campbell