by Donald Quist
Published: December 21, 2016
Harbors charts the making of an American identity. Quist explores feelings of oppression and alienation as he wrestles with violence in a Washington, D.C. suburb, racial tensions in rural South Carolina, and the anonymity of crowded Bangkok streets. These narratives are rich with Quist’s experiences growing up as a POC caught between parents, socioeconomic classes, and the countries he calls home.