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Kristin Elizabeth Clark

Kristin Elizabeth Clark always knew she wanted to be a writer. She began dabbling in haiku in the third grade – this “experimentation” turned out to be a gateway to the harder stuff: book-length verse. She lives and writes in Northern California where she has worked as a child advocate within the juvenile justice system, and as a children’s theatre producer. She is a proud volunteer at Project Outlet in Mountain View, CA.  Freakboy is her young adult debut.

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    Freakboy

    Kristin Elizabeth Clark
    Square Fish
    Square Fish

    A powerful novel in verse told from the points of view of a genderqueer teenager, the teen's girlfriend, and a trans woman

    “An important story, written with...

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    Jess, Chunk, and the Road Trip to Infinity

    Kristin Elizabeth Clark
    FSG Books for Young Readers
    Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)

    A male-to-female trans teen, Jess, and her male best friend, Chunk, take a road trip across country to attend Jess's father's wedding to her mother's former best friend. Hilarity, self-discovery, and some romance ensue.

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