Heidi MacDonald at the Beat says that Sarah Glidden's Rolling Blackouts has won the Penn State University Libraries' 2017 Lynd Ward prize. MacDonald says the prize is given to "the best graphic novel, fiction or non-fiction, published in the previous calendar year by a living U.S. or Canadian citizen or resident. It’s definitely one of the most prestigious awards for a graphic novel given out each year."
We've been talking about Sarah Glidden for a long time here on the Seattle Review of Books. You can find our author page for her here. I reviewed Rolling Blackouts on its release, and I interviewed Glidden about the book at the Rolling Blackouts Seattle launch party.