Passage Home

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“Passage Home” is the story of the day America killed currency, demolished the Social Security program, federally issued new tracking numbers for all citizens, mass deported those who could not prove citizenship, sealed the borders, and sent Black Americans back to less than a year. Set in the year 2019, America would be changed forever.

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About Terésa Dowell-Vest

Terésa Dowell-Vest is a three time Geoffrey Award (Santa Monica Theatre Guild) winning director and a NAACP Theater Award nominee.  She is the owner and CEO of Diva Blue Productions, Publications and Photography. Her credits include directing, writing, acting (stage and film), production design (film). She has worked on stages in New York City, Virginia and Los Angeles. In film, Terésa is a production designer, writer, director, and producer. Terésa has directed a number of short films including Stuck (2010), Shirts vs. Skins (2013) and Master Piece (2013).

In 1999, she wrote Vinegar Hill, a play commissioned by Live Arts Theatre in her hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia. Vinegar Hill was reviewed by the Pulitzer Prize board in 2001. Terésa published the coffee table book, "The Box 69: My Photographic Chronicle in Verse, Song, and Crayons" a look at crayons but from an adult's perspective.  “Passage Home is Terésa’s third published book and her first novel.


Review by: Benae Ingram on Nov. 18, 2013 : (no rating)
I must say that I read a lot, this book was worth my time. There are so many parts of this book that will leave you in awe, reading it is like watching a movie unfold from the pinning of the post cards to the part on the ship will keep you reading and turning the page just to see what happens next. Bravo Tersea you are now on the top of my list of Authors.
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