Narrow Girls on a Blue Profound Stage, by Lisa L. Sellge
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A novel about obsession, endurance, and chasing the impossible.
CALIFORNIA, 1983. Anneliese is a young ballerina performing with a troupe of dancers ten years her senior. Immersed in new freedom, she is enchanted with Rebecca, the seamstress and costumer for the company. Anneliese’s budding attraction to Rebecca surprises and confuses her, but clarity dawns when Rebecca flirts back.
Narrow Girls on a Blue Profound Stage is a novel about identity, obsession, and finally, acceptance. Forging a painful path to awareness, Anneliese gains perspective in the world of performing arts, the dynamics of family, and the passionate personalities whose wild natures match her own.
224 pages. 6" x 9". Printed on archival quality, acid-free paper.
PRAISE FOR NARROW GIRLS ON A BLUE PROFOUND STAGE
In Narrow Girls on a Blue Profound Stage, Lisa Sellge delivers the story of a young dancer's first experience with love within the intriguing atmosphere of a hand-to-mouth ballet theatre. The San Onofre nuclear power plant protests, the Crosby, Stills and Nash concerts, and most of all, the girl who turns into a woman when she leaves it all behind, will capture your heart. A memorable book, highly recommended. ~Jo-Ann Mapson, author of Owen's Daughter, Hank & Chloe and other books