a woman's face on a big screen


by Nick Drnaso Author

When a woman named Sabrina disappears, a US Air Force pilot is drawn into a web of suspicion, theories, and lies, in this chilling and Kafkaesque graphic novel. Sabrina is the unsettling and emotional story of the aftermath of tragedy. Despite the work's title, Nick Drnaso doesn't fixate on Sabrina's murder. He instead focuses on "How the public claims and consumes it, spinning out morbid fantasies with impunity" (Ed Park, New York Times). Especially timely for our climate of media and fake-news, Sabrina is a startling and profound work of art, with on point commentary about the way we consume information. This was the first ever graphic novel to be nominated for the Man Booker Prize.