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Ariel Schrag born December 29 , , in Berkeley, California is the creator of the autobiographical comics Awkward , Definition , Potential , and Likewise. While attending high school in Berkeley, California, Schrag self-published her first comic series, Awkward , depicting events from her freshman year, originally selling copies to friends and family. Slave Labor Graphics subsequently reprinted Awkward as a graphic novel, followed by three more books based on her next three years of school: Definition , Potential , and Likewise. The books tell stories of family life, going to concerts, experimenting with drugs, high school crushes, and coming out as a bisexual and later as a lesbian. In the same year, she graduated from Berkeley High School in She graduated from Columbia University with a bachelor's degree in English in , and has continued to work as a cartoonist.
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Take it away Jen! On the plus side; she wrote, drew and published at such a very young age. Attended comic cons to sell her wares, too.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Ariel Schrag continues her tumultuous passage through high school in the second book of her acclaimed series of frank, insightful, and painfully honest autobiographical graphic novels. Written during the summer following her junior year at Berkeley High School in California, Potential recounts Ariel's first real relationship and first-time love with a girl, her quest to lose her virginity to a boy, and her parents' divorce -- as well as the personal and social complications of writing about her life as she lives it.