In Better Angels: A Parable, Akosua Mansa leaves Ghana to work for Greg and Leila Tate in the tony suburbs of a metropolitan city. But she soon finds herself in an impossible situation: like more than forty million people, she's become trapped in modern-day slavery. Taking cues from the spider god, Anansi, Akosua will take her destiny into her own hands. Eating Pomegranates Naked examines two couples and their single frenemy as they scratch the surface of their relationships over too much wine. What do infertility, religion, toxoplasmosis, and ice-cream have to do with Tulipmania? Maybe more than you think.
For Better Angels: A Parable: "Tight, taut writing...Better Angels tells a hard story with style and a twist." (Lynn Slotkin, CUIT 89.5) For Eating Pomegranates Naked: "Brassy, fearless, and pitch-black... Scott's provocatively titled drama concerns two couples, one of them biracial, and adds religion to the incendiary ingredients." (Globe and Mail)