Author Anthony De Sa had a chat with “Classical Mornings” Mike and Jean to talk about his latest work, “Children of the Moon”. The story starts in 1956 Tanzania and follows the story of Po, and Ezquiel, both outsiders in the communities they grew up in, and how they connect and face colonialism and war. Anthony spoke of his travels to Tanzania to research his book, how his research “moved and changed him forever”, and how his own uncles were exposed to the war described in the novel.
Listen to the interview here:
“Children of the Moon” is published by Penguin Random House Canada. For more information on the book and how to purchase, please click here.