Give and Bake
If the muffins had been good, we’d have eaten them and gone to bed. But the story of their catastrophic badness: that, we could forever savor.
Sofia draws and writes. She has been contributing cartoons regularly to The New Yorker since 2017, and her work has also appeared in MoMA Magazine, Catapult, and Narrative Magazine, among others. Her graphic memoir, Radical: My Year with a Socialist Senator, was published by Top Shelf Productions in 2022. Her animation and/or illustration clients include Cartier, HBOMax, Phillips Auction House, and Squarespace. She is a visiting professor at Wesleyan University, where she teaches molecular biophysics… no, that’s not right. She teaches comics. She is based in Brooklyn.
Photo credit: Jordan Kenna
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