Until the Dawn

Until the Dawn Red Warner a famous artist vanishes at the height of his career A childhood friend searches for him and tells the story of his family going back generations Until the Dawn is a coming of age story
  • Title: Until the Dawn
  • Author: Alec Clayton
  • ISBN: 9780738831534
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Paperback
  • Until the Dawn
    Red Warner, a famous artist, vanishes at the height of his career A childhood friend searches for him and tells the story of his family going back generations Until the Dawn is a coming of age story, a coming out story, and a story that brings together two worlds the New York art world of the 1980s and the racial strife of the Deep South in the 1960s.
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    About " Alec Clayton "

  • Alec Clayton

    Born in Tupelo, Mississippi in 1943, I grew up in the Deep South and later moved to New York and later still to Olympia, Washington I am a painter as well as a writer and continue to show in galleries in the Seattle and Tacoma areas I write regular art and theater reviews for area newspapers I am also a gay rights activist.Although not autobiographical, the settings settings for my novels are the places where I have lived, and my personal involvement in the arts and glbt issues play a large role My novels are self published My first two novels, Until the Dawn and Imprudent Zeal, are about artists The Wives of Marty Winters, a work in progress, is about a newspaper editor and gay rights activist All three are family sagas covering many decades.

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  • This book is an insider s view of 1950 s life in the South, and a glimpse of the New York art scene when one of Mississippi s expatriots finds himself in the midst of critical acceptance as an artist du jour Author Alec Clayton wraps class, race, sexuality and family in a tortillia of mystery, and serves up a colorful, satisfying meal for any smart reader.


  • Excellent read Love the juxtaposition between mystery and art The Southern Voice is one I respond to and enjoy in the works of other writers,Zora Neal Hurston, Faulkner, Taylor Caldwell come to mind.



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