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Shannon Gibney

Shannon Gibney

Creating contexts

From the July, 2016 issue

I'd never heard the phrase transracial adoptee until I read Shannon Gibney's young adult novel, See No Color, yet it describes something I've known about for a long time. Alexandra Kirtridge, Gibney's protagonist, is fifteen, a biracial child adopted in infancy by a white couple who also have two biological children--a structure that mirrors Gibney's own

 
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