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Don't Mess with Tanya: Stories Emerging from Boston's
As Boston’s demographics shift, a subtle cultural revolution
swirls ahead, opening doors of perception. Jazmin, a Latina teen,
explores immortality on a basketball court in Jamaica Plain. Tanya,
a young black woman from Dorchester, confronts a store-owner over
racial profiling. Matt, an Irish thug from Charlestown, learns “what
women want” at a Caribbean hair salon in Mattapan. Rosa, a beautiful
Brazilian house cleaner in Brighton, tests out a theory with her
dueling boyfriends. These characters and others crash, clash, and
commune in loosely-linked provocative stories that explore themes of
culture, race, immigration, violence, love and spirituality. The
engaging urban tales propel the reader into everyday dramas that are
transforming Beantown’s social fabric.
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