Annie Mok makes comics both solo and collaboratively, illustrates, writes for Rookie Magazine, and sings in the pop groups See-Through Girls and Wolf Thistle. She also contributes interviews to The Hairpin and The Comics Journal. She is the author of Hazlitt.com's serial comics SWIM THRU FIRE (with Sophia Foster-Dimino) and STRAIGHT EXPECTATIONS (with Natalie Andrewson).
Her clients include Penguin Random House Canada, Seven Stories Press, Sui Generis Health, DC/Vertigo, St. Stephen's Human Services / Homeless Against Homelessness, and the Red Umbrella Project.
Annie works primarily in physical media, including graphite and watercolors.
Rookie Magazine (writing): http://www.rookiemag.com/author/anniemok/
The Comics Journal (interviews): http://www.tcj.com/author/annie-mok/
Robin Herrera at Oni Press has bought world rights to Ghoul School: Lee Lim's First Day, an early reader graphic novel written by Annie Mok and illustrated by Jack Gross. Budding witch Lee Lim is all set to start their first day at Ghoul School, but when weird things keep happening, Lee gets blamed. Is it their magic causing all the mayhem, or something else? Publication is scheduled for fall 2018; Jen Linnan at Linnan Literary Management represented both the author and the artist.
A collection of short diary and narrative comics that "will shake your emotions, build your heart stronger and make you feel like a kid playing with a stone you found in the park." - Mey Rude for Autostraddle's "Drawn to Comics"
(Czap Books/Grindstone Comics, Nov. 2014)
The very first Ley Lines, UNHOLY SHAPES compares and contrasts Annie Mok’s personal narrative with the life and work of Schiele. Rob Clough (The Comics Journal) describes it as “…a remarkably studied, thoughtful, and frank self-examination by an artist and her relationship with the art and artists that have shaped her, for good and ill.”
(Zeal, June 2014)