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Blackface: A Novel

Blackface: A Novel     

by Q.B. Wells
Price: $13.95

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144 Pages, Paperback, 6 x 9

ISBN-10: 0-9768061-0-X
ISBN-13: 978-0-9768061-0-3

To protect his mother, 16-year-old Blackmust run away from his home. Forced to mingle with the worst elements and circumstances in life, Black bumps into Face, Zero and Penny who together chase the American Dream. Inevitably their experiences provoke Black to reassess his friendships, his lifestyle and his aspirations. In his journey of self-discovery, Black must learn to survive on the streets of Chicago, reevaluate his life decisions, or perish in the chaos of life.

About The Author

Q.B. Wells is the editor of the Urban Literature publication Urbania Magazine and the webmaster of He is in his twenties and holds a M.S in Professional Writing from Towson University and a B.A from Columbia College Chicago. Raised in Chicago, Q.B.Wells resides in Baltimore, MD while working on his next novel, Black Stars.


"Gritty...heartfelt..serious work" "Captivating, raw and uncensored" The Weekly Press "Evocative elegantly crafted and fast paced, Blackface challenges the reader and promises to be an engaging read." Erika Watkins, City High School Teacher