A road trip of self-discovery concludes the "Rainbow" trilogy. When Jason, who lost his basketball scholarship after he came out, is asked to speak at the opening of a new gay/lesbian/transgender high school in Los Angeles, his boyfriend Kyle wants to come along so they can spend some time together. Flamboyant Nelson, who's desperately looking for a boyfriend, has a car, so the three of them set out on a cross-country road trip. Through this wild ride they encounter variations on the gay experience, including a couple in a long-term relationship, gay bashers and a boy who lives as a girl. Like "Rainbow Boys", "Rainbow Road" traces the universal journey of three young men in search of themselves.
Alex Sanchez received a Flying Start award from Publishers Weekly for his work on Rainbow Boys which was also a Lambda Literary Award finalist. He is also the author of Rainbow Boys and Rainbow High (all available from Turnaround). He lives in Rosslyn, Virginia.