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“Annie’s work makes me blush, sigh, and hold my breath. Stories and art so dream-like they can’t help but feel vividly real.”— EMILY CARROLL, author of Through the Woods 

“Annie Mok says, Here I am, and in the same breath asks, Who are you? The statement and the question are defiant. The statement and the question are a gift.” —ELEANOR DAVIS, author of How to Be Happy 

“I feel like I found the diary of a girl I wish I could have been friends with in high school. Annie Mok’s work is honest and literary, a raw collage of thoughts and experiences that organically feel like a larger whole where nothing and no-one is forgotten.”— LEIGH ALEXANDER, games critic 

“Annie Mok is a dream-warrior comix babe.”—MARÉ ODOMO, author of Internet Comics 

“I can’t get enough of comics artist and critic Annie Mok’s writing since her comic-essays started appearing in Rookie Magazine [...] Her writing does everything great literary criticism should, interweav- ing themes and topics from Tove Jansson to Guy Maddin”—LAURA KENINS, The Town Crier 

“[The essay “Worst Behavior” is] a memoir in which a multiplicity of approaches never devolves into sprawl or sloppiness, but rather retains a communicative clarity a more streamlined approach likely couldn’t have come near, a clarity that only increases with each turn of the page.”—SEAN T. COLLINS, The Comics Journal 

“Annie Mok is [...] a broadly inspiring artist”—KATIE ALICE GREER, frontwoman of Priests 

“Annie Mok’s work is raw and intimate and beautiful.”—CASEY PLETT, author of A Safe Girl to Love 

“Remember when suddenly it was necessary to share everything that you’d spent your whole life hiding? Remember this morning, remember last night, remember 20 years ago. Pink Juice is like this: it’s everything at once, because that’s how memory really works. Part scrapbook and part sculpture, at once a diary and a history lesson—an investigation, a conversation, and an incantation—Pink Juice shows us the messy intoxication of self-awareness.” —MATTILDA BERNSTEIN SYCAMORE. author of Sketchtasy 

CONTENTS: Florals Shadow Manifesto, part 1 Shadow Manifesto, part 2 Shadow Manifesto, part 3 The Story of My Hair Hated for Loving Rattata Story I, Lancelot Living by the Blade The Astro Boy of Asbury Park On Astro Boy Name Journeys December Allegheny Cemetery Dear Dave Polaroids How Do You Fill the Void? Iggy Pop Kiki in the big city Stitching Together: on Jim Henson and the Muppets Blue Blue Blues starring Sonic Stand-Ins Ages of You Pictures of Candy Candy Says Thoughts Like Friends: On Willa Cather’s Song of the Lark Earthlings: on James Dean and Queer Tenderness Mija: A horror storyZelda in Simulacra Drawing Vocabularies: Trauma & Play In My Kosmis: A Love Letter to George Herriman’s Krazy Kat No No No: A Guide to Girling Wrong Worst Behavior Turned Into Flowers Shenmue Through a Prism Caverns: The Art of Rewriting On Cheating Remembering “I Remember” Unholy Shapes Ghost Stories Orgasm Addict: A Comic Book Mixtape 


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