Sarah Firth is a comic artist/writer, animator and graphic recorder. She has animated for Comedy Central, and her short film Face to Face won the People's Choice Award at the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival. Her comic work was in the Eisner Award winning Drawing Power anthology, which was also listed in the New York Times and Washington Post's best comics of the year. She has received multiple Ledger Awards, a frankie magazine Good Stuff Award and The Immigration Museum's Talking Difference Fellowship. Her comic essay Dancing with Complexity was a finalist in the Incinerator Art Award for Social Change, along with being listed in The Conversation's ten best literary comics in Australia. Sarah's comics have been published by Penguin Random House, Pan Macmillan, ABRAMS Books, ABC Arts, Assemble Papers, Frankie Magazine, kuš!, Graphic Mundi, Penn State University Press, Picador, Allen & Unwin, The Nib, Black Inc, and Routledge. Her literary agent is Jacinta Di Mase. She is currently working on her debut graphic novel with JOAN press.