Color outside the Lines discusses the often difficult, immensely rewarding and sometimes hilarious dynamics of interracial relationships…Richly telling.
Color Outside the Lines
Utopia State of Mind
I cannot sing the praises of this anthology enough… The concept of this anthology is not only moving, but also so well executed. As Mandanna writes in the introduction, “representation matters” and these stories of relationships that cross borders, families, prejudices, and more are tender and heartfelt. Within this anthology are stories about superheroes, ghosts,… Read more »
Maple Wind Chimes
Phenomenal…to have an anthology that covers a range of different types of interracial relationships—in age, genre, ethnicity, race, religion, gender, and sexuality—was so heartwarming.
The Quiet Pond
There’s a dearth of young adult stories that explore the complexities of interracial relationships, and I am so thankful to have read this anthology and to feel pieces of my personal experiences represented in these stories.
Pop Goes the Reader
A beautifully diverse, inclusive, empowering collection of stories… Color outside the Lines has such an incredible, tremendously talented list of contributors.
School Library Journal
This anthology of short stories about love will attract readers from all walks of life…Different genres are explored, including historical, supernatural, fantasy, magical realism, and realistic fiction, which keeps the stories unique and the book easy to read. A first purchase for libraries supporting or in need of diverse books.