Sikivu Hutchinson: In this universe, the blues long ago left the building as a uniquely African American art form steeped in the poetry of secular lamentation, Black struggle, and irreverence.
Sikivu Hutchinson: “I was a special animal. Gifted with supersonic hearing. Smooth skin. High cranial capacity. They’d never seen the likes of me.
Sikivu Hutchinson: A woman with fatal insomnia meets two time traveling strangers on the California I5 freeway in the wake of the U.S.’ invasion of Grenada in 1983.
A riveting story of complicity and resistance; loyalty and betrayal; black struggle and black sacrifice told through the voices of Black women.