Hey, Annie Mok!
Contact Jen Linnan for illustration, comics, and/or writing work:
Linnan Literary Management, LLC
(t) 347.633.1430 | (e) firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Annie for speaking, workshops, or acting: heyanniemok (at) gmail (dot) com.
Upcoming appearances: Paper Jam Fest fall 2016 (TBA)
Slept-In Comics / ZEAL
Zelda in Simulacra. On Shigeru Miyamoto, Guy Maddin's My Winnipeg, and my grandfather's dollhouse. 2016.
Carrying This Rage Like a Blood-Filled Egg: Two early queer graphic novels, racism in early comics, and the next generation of radical cartoonists, 2015.
Turned Into Flowers: On Tove Jansson, love, loss, the Moomins, and making it through the winter, 2015.
(with illustrations by Annie except where noted). See all by Annie for Rookie.
The Song of the Lark: on Willa Cather and taking time to bloom, 2016.
The Art of Rewriting, illo by Darryl Ayo, 2015.
Worst Behavior, 2015.
Stars in Your Pocket, 2015.
Like a Lighthouse, 2015.
Mija's Mirrors, illustrated prose fiction story, 2015.
The Sex Crylebration, Part III: Let's Relax About Sex, group essay with illustration by Esme Blegvad, 2015.
Interviews & criticism
“The Starting Point”: An Interview with Julie Doucet, The Comics Journal, 2016.
“To Learn How to Tell That Joke”: An Interview with Eleanor Davis, The Comics Journal, 2016.
“Comics Was the Reliable Thing”: An Interview with Michael DeForge, The Comics Journal, 2016.
“Going to 100”: An Interview with K.L. Ricks, The Comics Journal, 2016.
Review: Rules for Dating My Daughter by Mike Dawson, The Comics Journal, 2016.
Review: Soldier's Heart by Carol Tyler, The Comics Journal, 2016.
“This Heartbreak Sonata I’ve Been Slowly Composing”: An Interview with Jeremy Sorese, The Comics Journal, 2015.
"Funny Angry": An Interview with Jane Mai, The Comics Journal, 2015.
Review: Dressing and Lose #7 by Michael DeForge, The Comics Journal, 2015.
"Tear Everything to Pieces": A Conversation with Liz Suburbia, The Comics Journal, 2015.
"So We Can Weather Any Storm": An Interview with Peggy Burns, The Hairpin, 2015
"To See Myself Reflected": An Interview with Jillian Tamaki, The Hairpin, 2015
An interview with Sab Meynert, Comics Workbook Magazine #7, 2015 (in print only, link to buy at Copacetic Comics)
SOLO MUSIC, lo-fi ukulele bedroom pop.
Link + Me + Kiley EP, with Kiley Lotz from Petal.
"A Girl and I Will Go See 'Civil War' Tonight" single.
Hi Morrissey Hi covers EP.
SEE-THROUGH GIRLS, a pop group, active 2013-2015.
The Last Show live digital EP, 2015.
Split tape with Moor Mother Goddess, 2015, available at MMGZ's shows and my own comics shows.
Cover of the Smiths' "Reel Around the Fountain" for Rookie Magazine's Theme Song feature, 2015.
Kulay-rosas, internet EP, 2014.
Videos, news, and photos on our tumblr. Split tape with Moor Mother Goddess forthcoming.
WOLF THISTLE, a pop duo.
Internet single of a Drake-style sad girl song, "Tall Girl Summer (Sally)," 2015. A companion piece to the comic "Shadow Manifesto" part 3.
All music work is also archived on my Soundcloud page, as well as Soundclouded podcasts I appeared on or were about me.
Selected collaborative comics
(as writer/co-storyteller except where noted)
Swim Thru Fire with Sophia Foster-Dimino for Hazlitt, serial in 8 parts, 2015.
The Delany Comets with Jack Gross for Rookie, 2015.
Errand written by Maggie Eighteen and drawn by me, 2014. Appears in Eighteen's collection All That's Left: Prototype Packets.
This Witch's Work (preview) with Emily Carroll and letterer John Workman for Vertigo's The Witching Hour anthology, 2013.
A postcard for the Red Umbrella Project, an advocacy organization for sex workers, 2013. Uses an anonymous participant's words. An essay by Emma Caterine of Red Umbrella explains the complexities of some of the issues around criminalization and NY's "Condoms as Evidence" law, which has been stopped in some but not all cases of criminalizing sex work.
Roosterlegs (preview) with Sam Sharpe for 2D Cloud's anthology Little Heart, 2012.
Selected solo comics
Florals, Rookie, 2015
No No No: A Guide to Girling Wrong, Rookie, 2015
Unholy Shapes. 24-page comic book for the Ley Lines series co-published by Grindstone Comics and Czap Books, 2014. Printed by Issue Press. Preview on Bleeding Cool.
"Shadow Manifesto" for ZEAL, 2014
Iggy Pop, 2015
Enormous Eye, 2015. A comic/diary for Amy Rose Spiegel's E.E. project, in which she asks writers to detail their their Saturdays with timestamps
Allegheny Cemetery, a guest strip for Solomon Fletcher's NSFW webcomic Goldy & the Bears, 2014.
Stand-Ins (excerpt) for the Chainmail Bikini anthology, 2015.
Me as Ophelia for Maximum Rocknroll's 2015 Comics & Art issue, 2015 (comic 2014).
Bleed-Throughs (selections), a daily diary comics project, February-April 2014.
Screentests, a 32 page Risograph-printed comic book, 2014. Printed by Grace Ambrose (1st ed.) and Issue Press (2nd ed.)
Includes "Pictures of Candy" and "Body Talk."
Blue Blue Blues starring "Sonic." A tiny, 32-page Risograph-printed comic book, 2008 & 2014.
How Do You Fill the Void?, 2008 & 2014.
What Changes? for Comics Workbook, 2013.
To all the Johnny Ryans for Comics Workbook, 2013.
Untitled pink print / "bash back" comic, 2012.
Annie Mok Draws James Joyce, 24-page Risograph-printed comic book, 2012. Printed by Issue Press. Includes "Araby" (originally published in The Graphic Canon vol. 3 from Seven Stories Press).
Stitching Together, 2008 & 2012. Risograph-printed by Issue Press, 2012. 2015 edition with new graytones and story edits available here.
Ages of You, 2008.
The Ocean, cover art looping GIF for a Twine game by Joyce Hatton, 2015.
A Love Like in the Movies, an illustration for a story by Casey Plett for Rookie Magazine, 2015.
Lizzy & Annie (preview), illustrations for a story by Casey Plett, 2014. A version of this story appears without illustrations in Casey's collection A Safe Girl to Love.
Ghost Comics, an anthology I produced as editor, publisher, contributor, and cover art director with the help of the Xeric Grant, 2009.
Cicadas: The Game, Mac or Windows, 2016.
Lights Go Down, a podcast about movies
iTunes | Soundcloud
Co-starred in Phaesporia as Artemis. Swine Films, 2015.
Photo by Thom Carroll / PhillyVoice.com.