My Plural Is People (Young Adult Novel), PA
In My Plural is People, teenagers Zach and Khady, best friends since pre-school, embark on an impulsive winter-break quest to learn the truth about both their families.
“I want readers to come away feeling more connected and less alone, no matter their history, their identity or the secrets their families hold.”
Anndee is a journalist, essayist, storyteller and teaching artist; in all her work, she gathers small details and chases big questions. She asks fearlessly and listens deeply. She seeks surprise. Her books include Anatomies: A Novella and Stories (Picador USA) and Everyday Acts & Small Subversions: Women Reinventing Family, Community and Home (The Eighth Mountain Press). Her column, “The Parent Trip,” appears weekly in The Philadelphia Inquirer, and she has been published in the Oprah Magazine, Poets & Writers, WebMD, Broad Street Review and many other magazines, journals and anthologies, including the recent Best Short Stories of Philadelphia. She is also a seven-time winner of Moth Story Slams and recently tied for first place in the Philadelphia GrandSlam.
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