Color outside the lines : stories about love / edited by Sangu Mandanna.
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- ISBN: 9781641290463
- ISBN: 1641290463
- ISBN: 9781641290470
- ISBN: 1641290471
- Physical Description: pages cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Soho Teen, 
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The agony of a heart's wish / by Samira Ahmed -- The boy is / by Elsie Chapman -- What we love / by Lauren Gibaldi -- Yuna and the wall / by Lydia Kang -- Gilman Street / by Michelle Ruiz Keil -- Starlight and moondust / by Lori M. Lee -- Five times Shiva met Harry / by Sangu Mandanna -- Your life matters / L.L. McKinney -- Turn the sky to petals / by Anna-Marie McLemore -- Prom / by Danielle Paige -- Faithfull / by Karuna Riazi -- The coward's guide to falling in love / by Caroline Tung Richmond -- Giving up the ghost / by Tarun Shanker and Kelly Zekas -- Something gay and magical -- by Adam Silvera -- Death and the maiden / by Tara Sim -- Sandwiched in between / by Eric Smith.
An anthology of short stories exploring interracial and other relationships, in which differences are front and center, but may or may not matter.
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2019 October #1
*Starred Review* This YA anthology is filled to the brim with romantic, transcendent short fiction about teens in interracial relationships. The dynamic collection features a wide scope of writing styles and diverse narratives, such as a historical romance about a couple torn apart by British colonialism as they find themselves on opposite sides of Britain's growing rule on India (The Agony Of A Heart's Wish by Samira Ahmed), a Black superhero forced to save her girlfriend's conservative father after he makes it clear he doesn't support the #BlackLivesMatter movement and the community that she fights to protect (Your Life Matters by L.L. Mckinney), and a gender-bent Persephone retelling in which a teen girl must leave her comfortable life behind in favor of becoming the bride of Hades (Death And The Maiden by Tara Sim). Not only are the characters diverse, but the narratives they inhabit are, too, as the collection celebrates stories that fall within the sf and fantasy world as well as the contemporary fiction genre. These writers bring their rich talents to this book as they make it clear just how beautiful love is, regardless and because of race. By curating a collection filled with authentic characters of color and diverse storylines, Mandanna encourages writers and readers alike to take chances and truly color outside the lines in YA. Grades 9-12. Copyright 2019 Booklist Reviews.
Sangu Mandanna, the editor of Color outside the Lines, is the author of The Lost Girl and the forthcoming trilogy A Spark of White Fire. Born and raised in Bangalore, India, she now lives in the UK with her husband and three kids, and she has an alarming Netflix addiction.
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