Maggie Thrash Presents Lost Soul, Be at Peace with Atlanta Pride

Event date: 
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm

Following her acclaimed Honor Girl, Maggie Thrash revisits a period of teenage depression in a graphic memoir that is at once thoughtful, honest, and marked by hope.

A year and a half after the summer that changed her life, Maggie Thrash wishes she could change it all back. She’s trapped in a dark depression and flunking eleventh grade, befuddling her patrician mother while going unnoticed by her father, a workaholic federal judge. The only thing Maggie cares about is her cat, Tommi . . . who then disappears somewhere in the walls of her cavernous house. So her search begins — but Maggie’s not even really sure what she’s lost, and she has no idea what she’ll find. Lost Soul, Be at Peace is the continuation of Maggie’s story from her critically acclaimed memoir Honor Girl, one that brings her devastating honesty and humor to the before and after of depression.

Maggie Thrash is the author of the graphic memoir Honor Girl as well as the Strange Truth books. She is a former staff writer for Rookie. Maggie Thrash lives in Delaware.

This is a Charis Circle From Margin to Center Literary Event and is co-sponsored by the Atlanta Pride Committee. The suggested donation is $5. 

 

Event address: 
1189 Euclid Ave. NE
Charis Books and More
Atlanta, GA 30307
Honor Girl: A Graphic Memoir Cover Image
By Maggie Thrash, Maggie Thrash (Illustrator)
$13.49
ISBN: 9780763687557
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Candlewick - May 9th, 2017

All-girl camp. First love. First heartbreak. At once romantic and devastating, brutally honest and full of humor, this graphic-novel memoir is a debut of the rarest sort.


Lost Soul, Be at Peace Cover Image
By Maggie Thrash, Maggie Thrash (Illustrator)
$17.09
ISBN: 9780763694197
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Candlewick - October 9th, 2018

Following her acclaimed Honor Girl, Maggie Thrash revisits a period of teenage depression in a graphic memoir that is at once thoughtful, honest, and marked by hope.