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Gallery 13
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7.3 X 1.2 X 10.1 inches | 2.2 pounds
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About the Author

Iasmin Omar Ata is an intersectional comics artist, illustrator, and game designer. Iasmin focuses on creating art centered around the themes of coping with illness, understanding identity, and dismantling oppressive structures.


"Visceral, hilarious, utterly human, and unlike anything you've ever read. An explosive debut."--Bryan Lee O'Malley, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Scott Pilgrim series and Seconds
"Mis(h)adra is singular, vibrant, and raw; Iasmin's depiction of epilepsy lives at an eye-opening intersection of culture and youth."--Yuko Ota & Ananth Hirsh, acclaimed creators of the Johnny Wander series
"A powerful story about not only physical pain but also the pain of self-doubt and hopelessness. Mis(h)adra beautifully illustrates the struggle to stand up to that inner hopelessness, and come out the other end stronger than ever."--Kris Mukai, acclaimed creator of Commuter and Weeping Flower, Grows in Darkness
"Mis(h)adra is like nothing I've read before, both in its subject matter and its innovative visuals....Blends a psychedelic color scheme, arresting images, and a manga style for a searingly intimate work....Ata's is a voice that should be heard."--Mahnaz Dar "Library Journal (Editor's Pick) "
"Ata renders the story in a vibrant manga style...The details of Isaac's illness feel decidedly lived-in...palpably, dramatically realized...compellingly unique...the spotlight shone on an underrepresented demographic is commendable. Big and stylish--of particular interest to those dealing with epilepsy or wanting to know more about the condition."--Kirkus Reviews
"At once emotionally raw and aesthetically elaborate, bursting with style....transporting...beautiful."--KinderComics