Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) - Silver - Publisher/Author/Book Website; Foreword Indies Finalist - Multicultural Fiction
Who gets good water? Who decides? A reverent dive into contemporary Ghanaian culture that illuminates the incompatibility of extractive capitalism with human dignity and environmental justice. Told with grit and humility by civil engineer and Peace Corps Volunteer, Louisa Lehmann, whose fluid gender becomes a bridge between cultures.
“Profound . . .” —Allen Mendenhall, Southern Literary Review
“Lehmann . . . [is] a delightful, complicated character . . .” —Kirkus Reviews