Sky Court


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$13.95  $12.97
Circuit Breaker Books LLC
Publish Date
5.5 X 8.25 X 0.49 inches | 0.59 pounds

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About the Author

Faith Mosley has been telling stories since her childhood, when she and her brother would type up their tales on their beloved orange Olivetti typewriter and then carefully bind them together into books. Over the years, she has worked as a dishwasher, a shipping clerk, an AmeriCorps recruiter, a teacher, a financial aid officer, a claims assistant for the VA, a career development specialist, and a GED intake specialist. She earned a master's degree in journalism from the University of Iowa and a bachelor's in liberal arts from Western Illinois University. Her work was included in the anthology Lez Talk: A Collection of Black Lesbian Short Fiction (BLF Press, 2016). She now lives in Central New Mexico, where she has spent the past couple of years converting a small school bus into a tiny house on wheels. Sky Court is her first novel.


"Faith Mosley's Sky Court is a fabulous read. Combining the pleasures of the noir voiceover with a cinematic ability to drop in on all its key characters, Sky Court keeps us binge--reading. All the characters and story threads remind us that the biggest mysteries reside in the human heart." - Elizabeth Stark, author of Shy Girl
"In Sky Court, Faith Mosley weaves a powerful and haunting narrative. Mosley creates a rich cast of flawed characters that are believable and relatable, with a protagonist that you'll be rooting for the whole way." - Kevin Dunn, author of Vicious Is My Middle Name
"Sky Court is a young adult mystery with a twist. The twist being Casey, a high-school age Black woman who embodies butchness. Sky Court is the kind of book that would have been lifesaving to me when I was a young and struggling butch lesbian." - Gwendolyn Bikis, author of Your Loving Arms, Cleo's Gone, and Dog's Dogs
"Mosley's debut is ambitious, grappling with themes such as sexuality, family, and displacement."- Kirkus Reviews