The Deep

TitleThe Deep
Year for Search2019
AuthorsSolomon, Rivers, Diggs, Daveed, Hutson, William, and Snipes, Jonathan
Pagination163 pp
Date Published2019
PublisherSaga Press
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsAfrican-American author, English author, Male author, Transgender author, US author
Annotation

The short novel describes the underwater eutopian society that develop when pregnant women were thrown or jumped overboard from slave ships in the middle passage. An “Afterword” by Diggs, Hutson, and Snipes (157-63) explains the evolution of the work from its origins in the techno-electro duo Drexciya and their collaborators, followed by the song “The Deep” by the band clipping. (Diggs, Hutson, and Snipes), and then the written work.

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Author Note

Solomon is an African American transgender author who now lives in England. Diggs is an African American actor and musician who won a Grammy and a Tony for his roles as the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson in the musical Hamilton. clipping. is a band from Los Angeles.

Full Text

2019 Solomon, Rivers with Daveed Diggs (b. 1982), William Hutson, and Jonathan Snipes. The Deep. New York: Saga Press. 163 pp. Public

The short novel describes the underwater eutopian society that develop when pregnant women were thrown or jumped overboard from slave ships in the middle passage. An “Afterword” by Diggs, Hutson, and Snipes (157-63) explains the evolution of the work from its origins in the techno-electro duo Drexciya and their collaborators, followed by the song “The Deep” by the band clipping. (Diggs, Hutson, and Snipes), and then the written work. Solomon is an African American transgender author who now lives in England. Diggs is an African American actor and musician who won a Grammy and a Tony for his roles as the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson in the musical Hamilton. clipping. is a band from Los Angeles.