Sophia Glock is a cartoonist who lives and draws in Austin, Texas. She attended the College of William & Mary and the School of Visual Arts. Her work has been featured in the New Yorker, Buzzfeed, and Time Out New York. She talks to her sister every day.
"...a coming-of-age biographical story with a twist."—School Library Connection
"A rare peek behind the curtain into life as the daughter of U.S. intelligence officers, this is a story full of secrets that expertly unfold one by one. Highly recommended for teen graphic novel collections."—School Library Journal
"Readers in search of a graphic novel that focuses on the path toward adulthood or teenagers trying claim their identity and independence away from the shadows of their parents will appreciate this offering."—Booklist
"Glock’s subtly crafted, emotive graphic memoir explores themes of belonging, identity, and loyalty."—Publishers Weekly
"Glock's memories resonate with vulnerable self-awareness and poignant charm."—Shelf Awareness
"...simple, unassuming drawings heighten the sense of disconnection."—NPR
"...cathartic debut graphic memoir."—Bust Magazine