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Kristin Elizabeth Clark


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.

Kristin Elizabeth Clark

Books by Kristin Elizabeth Clark

by Kristin Elizabeth Clark - Fiction, Friendship, Gay & Lesbian, Young Adult 14+, Youth Fiction

The last time Jess saw her father, she was a boy. Now she’s a high school graduate, soon to be on her way to art school. But first she has some unfinished business with her dad. So she’s driving halfway across the country to his wedding. He happens to be marrying her mom’s ex-best friend. It’s not like Jess wasn’t invited; she was. She just never told anyone she was coming. Surprise!

by Kristin Elizabeth Clark and Heather Demetrios - Family Life, Short Stories, Youth Fiction
A collection of twelve original short stories by top authors exploring real issues for real teens.
Through prose and comics alike, these heart-pounding short stories for young adults ask hard questions about a range of topics from sexuality and addiction to violence and immigration. Here is the perfect tool for starting tough discussions or simply as an introduction to realistic literary fiction. In turns funny, thought-provoking and heartbreaking, I SEE REALITY will resonate with today's teens long after the last page has been turned.
by Kristin Elizabeth Clark - Fiction, Young Adult 12+

From the outside, Brendan Chase is a star wrestler, a video game aficionado and a loving boyfriend to his seemingly perfect match, Vanessa. But on the inside, Brendan struggles to understand why his body feels so wrong --- why he sometimes fantasizes having long hair, soft skin and gentle curves. Is there even a name for guys like him? Or is Brendan just a freak?