By: Lanisha Porter featuring Diamond Brown
Student, Diamond Brown analyzes the subject matter of "Things I Never Talk About"and imagines its elements into art form. TINTA is the wickedly personal plunge into the heart of a motherless girl trying to find guidance as she graduates from girlhood to womanhood, while being raised by a single father. While the end tale captures "themes of forgiveness, love, tenacity, and determination", Brown discusses what this book would look like in the form of a musical given its in-between details. As the author, I was moved tremendously when Diamond told me that she chose my book to report on for her Theatre class assignment.
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Thank you Diamond for allowing me the chance to imagine my work in a different art form. I just may have to consider your recommendation!
With love in abundance,
Welcome to my views from this horizon!